A sightseeing drive to the Good Hope Nature reserve and around the Cape Peninsula is a “must do” day trip when visiting Cape Town. The Cape Point day trip is one of Cape Town’s top ten tourist attractions and ranks with the most scenic drives in the world. The route from Cape Town down the Cape Peninsula is a circular route of approximately 180 kilometres and takes you around the Cape Peninsula passing the following towns & beaches Llandudno – Hout Bay – Chapmans Peak Drive – Noordhoek – Scarborough – Cape Point – Boulders Beach – Simons Town – Kalk Bay – Muizenberg
You’ll travel along the Atlantic seaboard with its sparkling white beaches and the Twelve Apostles mountain range, to Hout Bay, with an option of taking a forty fives minutes boat trip to a Cape Fur Seal colony. Then you’ll continue along Chapman’s Peak Drive, renowned as one of the most spectacular scenic routes in the world. By mid-day we will reach the Cape Point Nature Reserve, the tip of the Cape Peninsula. Enough time will be allowed for you to walk to the old light house. We will also take you down to the most south western tip of Africa; mythical meeting place of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans; the Cape of Good Hope ..
Our return journey to Cape Town takes you along the False Bay coastline, with a stop at the colony of African Penguins at Boulders Beach. You’ll pass through the naval village of Simon’s Town and the coastal towns of Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay, Muizenberg and through the Constantia Valley, before stopping for our last visit of day, the famous Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.