Sightseeing Cape of Good Hope Full Day Tour CET 5

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The Cape of Good Hope day tour is one of the great outing excursion in Cape Town with stunning vista and many photo opportunities along the way. The Cape of Good Hope day tour route starts from Camps Bay and head’s south toward the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve. Nearly the entire Cape Point Route falls within the Table Mountain National Park. Our first stop will be in Hout Bay for an optional boat excursion to see the seals colony at Duiker island, where one can see thousands of Cape Fur Seals close up and in their natural habitat. Our next highlight on the way down the peninsula will be Chapman’s Peak Drive, while only km in length, there are over 100 tight, winding curves carved into the vertical rock face of the mountain. After traveling approximately forty five minutes from Chapman’s Peak we reach the entrance of the Good Hope nature reserve. In the 1400s and 1500s, mariners believed the Cape of Good Hope to be the southern most point in Africa, it’s wrong. The most southern point in Africa is Cape Agulhas. Twenty minutes traveling from the main entrance of the national park we reach Cape Point. We always make sure to allocate our guest enough time to hike up to the old lighthouse. For those less inclined to hike, the Flying Dutchman Funicular will take you 300 feet up the mountain. From the top it is a short 10 minute walk up to the old lighthouse. After our visit to Cape Point, a fifteen minute drive take us down to the Cape of Good Hope the most southwestern tip in Africa., Our route back to Cape Town will take us along the eastern coastal drive of the peninsula False Bay to visit the endangered African Penguins colony at Boulders. In 1982 four penguins found their way to this beach and never left. From Boulders Beach, the route hugs the coast passing the towns of Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay and Muizenberg, this beautiful stretch of beaches caters to surfers and water enthusiasts. Our last stop of the day will be the visit of Kirstenbosch Botanical garden. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is situated on the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, a part of the Cape Floral Kingdom Kirstenbosch home to approximately 7,000 plants species from all over South Africa.

          Highlights

  • CAMPS BAY & CLIFTON – Cape Town’s answer to St Tropez
  • TWELVE APOSTLES – breath-taking mountain range
  • LLANDUDNO – exclusive seaside village
  • HOUT BAY
  • Optional boat trip to seal colony – Duiker island
  • CHAPMAN’S PEAK – spectacular views
  • NOORDHOEK – pristine white beach
  • OSTRICH VIEWING
  • CAPE OF GOOD HOPE NATURE RESERVE
  • CAPE FYNBOS – one of the worlds 6 floral kingdoms
  • CAPE POINT
  • CAPE OF GOOD HOPE – most South Westerly tip of Africa
  • PENGUIN COLONY (optional)
  • BOULDERS BEACH
  • SIMON’S TOWN – naval village
  • BOYE’S DRIVE – scenic coastal drive
  • MUIZENBERG – beautiful 15km white beach
  • CONSTANTIA VALLEY
  • KIRSTENBOSCH BOTANICAL GARDENS
Check-in: 08:00 Check-out: 17:00
Person(s)
Children under 12 years old

Full Day Tour

 

 

* Schedule tour maximum group size of 2 persons per vehicle.
* Transport & tour guide.
* Entrance to the Good Hope Nature Reserve & Kirstenbosch garden.
* Free pick-up and drop-off within Cape Town city bowl area.
* Private tour maximum group size of 7 persons per vehicle.
* No inclusions.

* Schedule tours
* Entrance fee to Boulders beach penguin colony.
* Lunch.
* Private tours
* All entrances
* Lunch

* Comfortable walking shoes.

* Free pick-up and drop-off within Cape Town city bowl area.

* Same as collection point in Cape Town city bowl only.

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