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     Scenic coastal drive

     Clifton & Camps Bay

     Twelve Apostles

     Enjoy picturesque Hout Bay

     Optional trip to Seal Island

     Mariner’s Wharf

     Chapman’s Peak Drive

     Optional lunch at local restaurant

     Cape Point Nature Reserve

     Panoramic views of the two oceans

     Penguin Colony at Simon’s Town

     Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

 

FULL OR HALF DAY CAPE PENINSULA TOUR

Scenic coastal drive

Clifton & Camps Bay

Twelve Apostles

Picturesque Hout Bay

Chapman’s Peak Drive

Cape Point Nature Reserve

Panoramic views of the two oceans

Drive through quaint Simon’s Town and visit the penguins

 

 

 

Full Day Tour Highlights

 

Half Day Tour Highlights

Cape Peninsula Tour

 

The interactive Cape Point tour takes you along the beautiful Atlantic Seaboard giving you the opportunity to feast your eyes on rugged coastlines and other untainted geographic landmarks such as the Twelve apostles and the magnificent slopes of Lion’s head.

 

The tour takes us through the residential suburb of Clifton with four bikini beaches ideal for sunbathing and home to some of the most expensive real estate in South Africa.

We then proceed to Camps Bay where we stop for a picture shoot of the Twelve Apostle mountain range. The tour continues through the town of Hout Bay where you visit a fishing harbor and get the opportunity to take an optional boat trip to seal island. We continue through the world famous Chapman’s Peak Drive a 9 km route with 114 curves, making it one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world.

 

Cape Point is located within Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and home to an entire floral kingdom and many populations of animals. Look out for ostrich and pelagic birds, view zebra, eland, and the many species of reptiles and small mammals. Chacma baboons are common in the Cape Point nature reserve, especially at the point itself. You have the option of either walking or taking a funicular ride to the upper lighthouse right at the tip of Cape Point where you are able to look back in awe at the beauty of the Cape peninsula and the surrounding areas. After visiting the lighthouse at Cape Point we head to False Bay and stop at Boulders Beach to view the endangered African Penguin.

 

Last but certainly not least we visit Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, regarded as one of the great botanic gardens of the world. Situated on the slopes of Table Mountain, it contains over 7000 species of plants from southern Africa and is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. Kirstenbosch includes a fragrance garden, a medicinal garden, 2,500 species of plants found on the Cape Peninsula, a Protea garden (best seen in spring!), a braille trail, and a cycad amphitheatre.