Journey to the southernmost tip of Africa and everything in between. Explore the Cape of Good Hope on our full day tour starting from Cape Town and heading out towards the ever popular Clifton & Camps Bay. Soak in the coastal beauty as we move on to Hout Bay and Seal Island. Here you will have the opportunity to see the seals sunbathing in the sun or having swimming competitions in the water.
As we approach the southernmost tip of the African continent, Cape Point, you will notice the breathtakingly vast open space, which hold a unique beauty. Along the Atlantic coast of the Cape Peninsula you will find the Cape of Good Hope, South Africa. A perfect photo opportunity and a momentous pitstop named after the infectious hope garnered when launching the spice route to India and the East via this point.
Further along you’ll find Simon’s Town with multitudes of thrift shops, trinkets and marine gadgets, not to mention our penguins! Meet a penguin or make a donation to ensure a penguin family receives a home with your name engraved on the inside.
On route back to the Mother City we’ll head through Kalk Bay, Muizenberg and finally – Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.
Pick up and drop off at your hotel or guesthouse around Cape Town.
Morning tour departure: 08:00 – 09:00
Afternoon tour return: Approx. 17:30
Following alongside the coast are the Blue Flag status beaches, Clifton 1st to 4th and Camps Bay. Known as the hub of sunkissed skin and beautiful people enjoying themselves, the white sandy beaches and clear water beckons to locals and travellers of all corners.
Affectionately referred to as ‘Republic of Hout Bay’ this small fisherman’s village comes across as slightly secluded from Cape Town. The town offers its visitors a feeling of being in a completely different atmosphere, as if walking through a veil and into the countryside. What makes this so special is the stunning stretch of beach which meets the landscape. Other highlights include the incredible restaurants which serve only the freshest catch of the day, busy markets filled with crafts and finally the optional boat trip to the Seal Island. Duiker Island is situated off the coast of the False Bay and home to the Cape Fur Seal.
Famous for being the southernmost tip of Africa, Cape Point is a must visit for so many more reasons. The landscape of flourishing Fynbos, rocky cliffs and wide open scenic surroundings within the Nature Reserve is a sight to behold! All this is enclosed by the Indian Ocean and Atlantic Ocean, making it the place to be if you want to be beside 2 oceans at the same time.
The SA Navy calls it home and so do our a whole lot of African penguins! Often spelt Simonstown, this seaside town attracted a breeding pair of penguins in 1982 which set into effect the Boulders Bay we know today. The penguins wander freely with in the reserve and you can get quite up close and personal when viewing.
An arty-crafty atmosphere lives on Main Road, Kalk Bay. Filled with thrift shops, delicious eateries serving pastries, baked goods and freshly caught seafood, and even the odd costume shop. An adventure of its own is a dawdle through these seaside treasures.
Whale Watching can also be enjoyed during the months of June to November when Cape Town celebrated whale season.
The iconic beach with the colourful huts, Muizenberg is considered a surfer’s paradise. A place for families and communities to get together and enjoy the gifts of the beach and marvel at their findings or just have a splash in the ocean. Also known for a few sharks off the coast, our trusty coast guards will keep an eye out for any jaws in the water.
Experience the tranquility only a vast garden can instil in the soul at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. Internationally renowned as one of the most breathtakingly beautiful gardens Kirstenbosch offers many must-see features such as the natural amphitheatre and Tree canopy walkway.