PRIVATE CAPE PENINSULA DAY TOUR

Whats included?

Pick up before 8:30am, we head to historic Bo Kaap and its beautiful colourful houses and local Cape Malay flavours.

From here we roadtrip past Muizenberg to Boulders Beach penguin colony to visit some penguin friends in Simons Town. The whole time being serenaded by South African music spanning 60 years and almost as many genres

Your guide will give you some ideas for lunch depending on your taste and budget or whether you’d prefer to sit down or enjoy something on the go to make the most of your day.

Inside The Cape of Good Hope National Park we look for babboons, ostriches, antelope and other wild animals while learning about our unique Fynbos. You can choose to hike up to the old lighthouse at Cape Point or take a leisurely coastal stroll past Dias Beach, to The Cape Of Good Hope itself.

Next stop is wine tasting at one of the most picturesque wine farms in the Cape enjoying award winning white wines.

Our Finale is the majestic and breathtaking views of Chapmans Peak drive and a view of Hout Bay Harbour (subject to road closures) We return to the City via Llandudno and Camps bay while the sun heads down towards the ocean.

You can also request a drop off at the Table Mountain Cable Car on your return if you are short on time.

Our guides will offer amazing suggestions and alternatives should you wish to shake things up a bit

Highlights

  • Bo Kaap
  • Boulders Beach Penguin Colony
  • Cape of Good Hope/Cape Point
  • Wine Tasting
  • Chapmans Peak Drive

Remember this is a private tour so you get to go at your own pace and if you have any special interests let us know and we’d be happy to try and fit it in.

What to bring

Here are a few tips to make the most of your day:

 

  • Please wear comfortable walking shoes 

  • Bring a hat & sunscreen (spf30+), the African sun is serious!

  • Bring a refillable water bottle. It really does help the environment!

  • Pack a swimming costume and towel, if you’re lucky you might be able to have a swim.

  • Pack something warm, the weather in Cape Town can change quicker than it takes Brendan to eat a large pizza

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