CAPE POINT TOUR
With our Cape Point Tour, you can see breathtaking vistas of the whole Cape Peninsula. We advise taking the Cape Point tour first if you’re visiting Cape Town for the first time. It provides you with a sense of how our city is laid out and useful insight into what areas you might want to focus on during your visit. The Cape Point tour is an experience we customize to your interests, just like all of our other tours. The most well-liked parts of the Cape Point tour are listed here, followed by the general schedule that you may customize by selecting from our list of optional stops.
One of South Africa’s most breathtaking locations is without a doubt the Cape Point Nature Reserve. This untamed and untamed natural reserve, which lies near the point of the Cape Peninsula, is a must-visit location for everyone who enjoys the outdoors, trekking, or simply taking in the breathtaking view.
Boulder Penguin Colony
Boulders Beach Penguin Colony is among the most adorable and hippest places to travel in South Africa. Situated west of Cape Town, this African penguin colony draws tourists from all around the world who hope to see these cute animals up close.
The Antlatic Seaboard
The eastern coast of North America that abuts the Atlantic Ocean is known as the Atlantic Seaboard. The following are some salient features of the Atlantic Seaboard:
Sea Island Boat Trip
You will travel to discover the natural splendor of Hout Bay and its environs on an amazing boat ride. You will have the chance to see the well-known Duiker Island, which is home to a colony of Cape Fur Seals, throughout the excursion
linking Noordhoek and Hout Bay. You will get some amazing photos from this journey, which is without a doubt the most picturesque on the Cape Peninsula.
Also referred to as “surfers corner,” this location is well-known for its vibrant beachside restrooms.
Schedule of the Cape Point Tour
We will pick you up from your hotel to begin this Cape Point Tour, which takes you along the Atlantic coast past places like Green Point, Sea Point, and Camps Bay before coming to a stop at Hout Bay Harbour. Here, we have the opportunity to explore the harbor and visit Duiker Island, home to 6,500 African seals.
A trip up Chapman’s Peak that includes two breathtaking photo stops, followed by an optional lunch or wine tasting stop at Cape Point Vineyards.
After that, we travel to the halfway point, Cape Point Nature Reserve, where you can see baboons, springboks, eland, and zebra in addition to our native fynbos plant life. Outstanding views from the famous lighthouse, and maybe we could even fit in a swim in the cool seawater to round out our trip to the Cape of Good Hope.
The trip back to the city center along the fake bay shore has just as many breathtaking sights. Boulders Penguin Colony and beach, which is conveniently the next stop, is the most well-liked of all and a firm favorite of our guests. The famous locations of Simonstown, Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay Harbor, and Muizenburg are just a handful that provide excellent dining, drinking, and picture opportunities.