See the Cape Peninsula in all its glory. Nature reserves, beaches, wine tasting, a bit of it all!
The “Gateway to Africa”, Cape Town and its surroundings offer the tourist a wide range of activities amidst a scenic garden that is without parallel anywhere in the world. The Cape Peninsula is located on the Southwestern tip of the African continent. Join us for this scenic drive around the Cape Peninsula where we showcase the beautiful sights and sounds of one of the most beautiful places in the world. This tour encompasses the whole Cape Peninsula area and all the historical and environmental highlights. Discover the differences between the Atlantic and False Bay coastlines and what makes our Peninsula so special and unique.
Sea Point, Camps Bay, Hout Bay, Chapmans Peak, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, Boulders Beach Penguins, Simons Town, Boyes Drive, Constantia.
- All transport
- Qualified guide
- Cape of Good Hope Entrance
- Boulders Beach from boardwalk,
- Lunch and refreshment in Kalkbay
- All item of a personal nature
- Bourders Beach Entrance (optional)
- Wine Tasting (optional)
What to bring: Sun block, hat, comfortable walking shoes, swimming gear, warm top
We begin the morning with a leisurely stroll along the cobbled streets and brightly coloured houses of the Bokaap while sampling some of the local traditional snacks before heading through the exclusive seaside suburbs of Clifton and Campsbay where we have a short photo stop. We then carry on along Victoria drive, through Houtbay and along the scenic Chapmans Peak Drive eventually arriving at The Cape of Good hope Nature Reserve where we have a 40 minute hike from the most south west tip of Africa, Cape of Good Hope to the Cape Point Light House. We then start driving north to Boulder Beach Penguin colony, where you can view them from the boardwalk and, should you wish, go inside to view them even closer (optional extra)! By this stage you would have built up quite an appetite. We stop for a traditional Cape lunch of fish ‘n chips in the old Kalk Bay harbour where the local fishing community goes back generations. After everyone has had their fill, we stop briefly at the Shark Spotter, entrusted by the local surfers of Muizenberg to look out for Great White Sharks. We then travel through the lush Constantia Valley to the oldest wine farm outside of Europe for a relaxing end of the day wine tasting experience (optional extra) where we also learn about the history of farming in the Cape in beautiful surroundings.
|Length||Full Day (8 Hours)|
|Departure Time||07:00 - 08:00 (peak season 06:00 - 07:00)|
|Start Point||Pickup in Cape Town City Bowl areas|
|End Point||Drop off in Cape Town City Bowl areas|
|Departs||Everyday (weather dependent)|
|Minimum People||3-4 pax|
|Meals||Lunch in Kalk Bay|