Cape Peninsula is a
part of the iconic Table Mountain National Park, permeated by mystic allure and
flawless beauty. Take this guided tour to sink into its intense and untainted exquisiteness!
Spot seals at Hout Bay, admire close up the astonishing charm of Cape of Good
Hope, catch up with penguins as you visit Boulders Beach, and immerse in the quietude
of Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, among others, on this amazing excursion from
An efficient pick up
from your hotel will drive you to the picturesque coastal village of Hout Bay,
journeying you along the stunning white sandy beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay.
At Hout Bay which is more of a refined beach resort now, you can explore its bustling
crafts market, sample finest seafood specialties, and enjoy an optional boat
ride to Duiker Island – known for its colony of Cape Fur Seals.
You’ll then make your
way through the winding coastal route of Chapman’s Peak Drive which is awe-inspiringly
engraved into the mammoth sandstone cliff. With the craggy formations looming on
one side and the overwhelming charm of sea below, this ride across the Atlantic
coast itself is one of the major attractions of this tour.
The next stop is at
Cape of Good Hope where you’ll get 90 minutes to explore its lush surroundings.
Take a leisurely stroll to Cape Point; you’ll not only be able to witness the convergence
of Atlantic and Indian oceans here, but also take an exciting ride aboard the
Flying Dutchman Funicular which leads you through the reserve’s scenic environs
before stopping at the old lighthouse.
On your return trip, you’ll
pause at Simon’s Town along the False Bay Coast and also visit Boulder’s Beach
which is famed for its colony of Jackass Penguins. Continue your ride passing
by the exceptionally charming towns of Fish Hoek as well as Muizenberg, and
make your last stop at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. Lying in the Cape
Floristic Region along the foot of Table Mountain, this UNESCO World Heritage
Site stands out for its unmatched biodiversity.