This is a comprehensive tour of the Cape Peninsula. The Cape Peninsula is one of the world’s most scenic areas and stretches from the city centre to Cape Point.
We travel along the Atlantic Seaboard via Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay, on through Chapman’s Peak drive, a breathtaking coastal drive to Cape Point.
Cape Point forms part of the Table Mountain National Park. It covers 7750 hectares of land and 40km of pristine coastline. Over 1100 indigenous plants and 250 species of birds can be found here as well as other wildlife, including Zebra, Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebees and many more.
Visit Cape of Good Hope, the most south-westerly point of the African continent and learn more about the rich history of the area.
You have the option of taking a funicular to the light house or walking up to enjoy the superb, 360-degree views from the top.
We carry on to the historical Simon’s Town to visit the Cape Penguin Colony at Boulder’s Beach.
Then it is time for a leisurely lunch in the quaint village of Kalkbay, after which we head back to Cape Town.
Duration: About 8 hours
Price for the private tour:
1 person: R2800
2 people: R1900 per person
3 people or more: R1700 per person
Services of your own private tour guide
Pick up and drop off from your accommodation within the city bowl area or immediate surrounds
All transport for the day and bottled water
Chapman’s Peak toll fee
Funicular trip (optional)
Entrance to Cape Point Nature Reserve
Entrance to the penguins
The itinerary is flexible and can be changed on request. These are private tours, not mixed groups, so you have the flexibility do decide where you want to spend your time.
We suggest a 7:30am start to beat the crowds.