Cape Point Nature Reserve – Private Hike

Cape Point forms part of the Table Mountain National Park and must be one of the most beautiful locations in South Africa. 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.

The terrain is flatter than Table Mountain, so most of the walks are not very strenuous. There are a variety of routes to choose from, which all offer breathtaking views.

This tour also includes the spectacular drive along Chapman’s Peak and a visit to The Cape Of Good Hope, which is the most south westerly tip of the African continent.

Contact us to learn more about the various route options.

Hike Duration: The hiking time is about 3 hours, depending on the chosen route.

Tour duration: About 6 hours

Price: R1500 per person (Cost is for a private tour for a minimum of 2 people)

 

Included:

Transport to and from your accommodation in the city centre or immediate surrounds.

Your private tour guide.

Chapman’s Peak Toll gate.

Excluded:

Entrance fee for Cape Point Nature Reserve.

Snacks and water. We’re happy to pack you a lunch which consists of a sandwich, energy bar and water, at a cost of R170 pp