About this Tour
Unquestionably one of the best excursion in Cape Town is our morning Cape of Good Hope tour. Undoubtedly the most scenic drive around the Peninsula with many photo opportunities along the way. The scenic drive starts from Camps Bay and head’s south toward the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve. At this point almost the entire Cape Point Route falls within the Table Mountain National Park.
First highlight on the way down the peninsula is Chapman’s Peak Drive, while only 10 km in length, there are over 100 tight, winding curves carved into the vertical rock face of the mountain. Follows by a forty five minutes drive to the Good Hope nature reserve main entrance and a further twenty minutes to Cape Point.
Enough time is allocate for our guest to hike up to the old lighthouse however for those less inclined to hike, the Flying Dutchman Funicular take you 300 feet up the mountain. Lastly a short 5 minutes walk up to the old lighthouse.
Following our Cape Point visit, a fifteen minute drive take us down to the Cape of Good Hope most southwestern tip in Africa and legendary dramatic meeting place of two oceans… Our route back to Cape Town take us along False Bay and certainly one of today’s highlight the visit of the endangered African Penguins colony at Boulders. As a matter of fact in 1982 the first 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, Muizenberg as well as through the Constantia valley.
A truly unforgettable experience!
Don’t wait and book your Cape Town morning tour Cape of Good Hope excursion with us!
- CONSTANTIA VALLEY
- BOYE’S DRIVE – scenic coastal drive
- MUIZENBERG – beautiful 15km white beach
- SIMON’S TOWN – naval village
- BOULDERS BEACH
- PENGUIN COLONY (optional)
- CAPE OF GOOD HOPE NATURE RESERVE
- CAPE OF GOOD HOPE – most South Westerly tip of Africa
- CAPE POINT
- CAPE FYNBOS – one of the worlds 6 floral kingdoms
- OSTRICH VIEWING
- NOORDHOEK – pristine white beach
- CHAPMAN’S PEAK – spectacular views
- HOUT BAY
- TWELVE APOSTLES – breath-taking mountain range
- CAMPS BAY – Cape Town’s answer to St Tropez