Cape Peninsula Tour

This tour shows off Cape Town’s spectacular mountainous peninsula which juts into the Atlantic Ocean and enables you to experience the natural beauty of the Mother City.

We travel along the Atlantic Seaboard with the impressive Twelve Apostles rising to the one side and the glorious white beaches to the other.

We visit the fishing village of Hout Bay, with its African market, before continuing our drive along the famous Chapman’s Peak Drive, renowned as one of the most stunning roadways in the world.

We then hug the Atlantic coastline to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, the tip of the Cape Peninsula and an awesomely dramatic spot, not to be missed by any visitor to the Cape.  We take in the indigenous fynbos, one of the 6 floral kingdoms in the world, before riding the funicular to the old lighthouse and to view Cape Point itself.  The tour then starts its return to Cape Town, this time hugging the False Bay coastline where we stop and visit the rare African Penguins at Boulders Beach and pass through the famous naval base at Simons Town and old fishing villages of Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay before you are returned to your hotel for a well-earned rest!

Rates R2,750 per person including hotel pick-up, all entrance fees & attractions and can be adapted to include Kirstenbosch botanical gardens for an additional R210 per person.