The Extraordinary Cape Peninsula TourRate: ZAR 780pp Scheduled | ZAR 1100pp Private Tour (1-3 Pax)
The tour follows a journey on the coastal route which hugs the intense cliff side along the Atlantic Ocean, before being welcomed by the Sentinel upon arrival in Hout Bay. Once a fishing community, now a popular residential area, the harbour still has a charisma of days gone by.
The tour continues over the famous Chapman’s Peak drive – which holds 114 bends over a stretch of 9kms, following the Atlantic Ocean until we reach Cape Point.
At Cape Point a drive through the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is admired by the endemic ‘fynbos’ and wild animals like zebra, ostrich, antelope or even snakes may be spotted! Embark on a walk up the steep pathway or ride in the Flying Dutchman Funicular (for own account) to the lighthouse to enjoy the panoramic views over the mythological meeting place of the cold Atlantic and warm Indian Oceans.
Rate: ZAR 780pp Scheduled | ZAR 1100pp Private Tour (1-3 Pax)
Half Day Tour
- V&A Waterfront
- Atlantic Seaboard – Clifton, Camps Bay, Twelve Apostles, Llandudno
- Hout Bay Harbour
- Chapman’s Peak Drive
- Ostrich Viewing Drive By
- Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve & Cape Point
- Boulder’s Beach Penguin Colony
- Simon’s Town
Includes: Entrance Fee to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve | Chapman’s Peak
Excludes: Lunch | Cape Point Funicular ± R80 | Boulder’s Penguin Colony ± R70
Departure: 08:30/13:00 | Return: 14:00/18:30
Duration: 4 hours 30 mins
Please Note: It is advisable that you bring along warm clothing as Cape Town is known to have four seasons in one day.