Full Day Peninsula TourCape Town
BRIEF TOUR DESCRIPTION AND INFORMATION
Travel along the spectacular coastline of the Peninsula through charming historical villages. Visit the mythical meeting place of the two great oceans and experience the “Fairest Cape of all”. View the golden beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton. We stop at the quaint fishing village of Hout Bay where local fisherman still go out everyday in little fishing boats to feed their families hoping for a big catch.
From there we go via Chapman’s Peak sandwiched between the ravaging ocean and looming mountain cliffs via the scenic artist village called Noordhoek en route to the Cape of Good hope Nature Reserve – home to the famous fynbos plant species and you might also catch a glimpse of buck and ostrich. We spend some time at Cape Point.
We then proceed via enchanting False Bay Coast line paying a visit to some penguins and land based Penguin Colony and then onto historical Simon’s Town and Kalk Bay. Walk about in this multicultural fishing village interacting with the fisherman and learning more about the lives of the fishermen and their families, their history and culture.
- Boat trip to Seal Island, Hout Bay
- Chapman’s Peak drive (if open)
- Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
- Cape Point
- Boulder’s Penguin Colony
- Simon’s Town
All prices quoted are for a minimum group size of 10 people.
For individual rates, please contact us.
Itinerary reference: AAT009751
Price: R1650 p/p
Rates include: Registered guide, transport in an air-conditioned vehicle and entrance / toll fees
Rates exclude: Funicular fees at Cape Point, lunch, drinks/beverages, gratuities and any items of personal expense
Duration of Tour: 8 hours