Visit a collection of Cape Town’s finest sightseeing attractions along the entire peninsula in this jam-packed full day tour. Begin with a leisurely drive along the Atlantic coastline, viewing the popular destinations en route. Enjoy the breathtaking views from the summit at the Cape Point lighthouse and experience the convergence of currents at the Cape of Good Hope stop. Visit a colony of African penguins at Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town and enjoy leisurely exploring the incredible scapes of Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. This tour includes an optional stop in Hout Bay with a boat ride to view a colony of seals (sea lions) at Duiker Island.
- Atlantic Coastline
- Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope
- Boulders Beach
- Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
- Hout Bay
Departing from your hotel in an air-conditioned mini-bus, travel along one of Cape Town’s most breathtaking coastal drives, Victoria Road, viewing the pristine beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay.
Arrive in the small fishing village of Hout Bay, famed for its beautiful views, harbour and delicious seafood eateries. Here, an optional boat ride will travel roughly 20 minutes into the bay to view a colony of seals (sea lions) at Duiker Island.
Cape Point Nature Reserve
Travel along Chapman’s Peak Drive to the Cape Point Nature Reserve. Enjoy the scenic views and possible wildlife sightings at the tip of the Cape Peninsula, including a stop at the Cape of Good Hope.
Boulders Beach & Simon’s Town
Next, visit Boulders Beach in the naval town of Simon’s Town to meet the locals – a growing colony of African jackass penguins.
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens
Enjoy a leisurely drive along the Indian coastline en route to Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. Here, view the epic landscapes, thriving ecosystems and endemic fynbos at the foot of Table Mountain before returning to the hotel.
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