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Cape Point, Penguins & Peninsula Day Tour

Uncover the breathtaking Cape Peninsula on a personalized, expert-guided day tour departing from Cape Town. Witness the awe-inspiring beauty of Chapman's Peak and Cape Point, visit the enchanting penguin sanctuary at Boulder's Beach, indulge in wine tasting, and embark on an array of unforgettable experiences. Tailor your journey, and book your adventure today!

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Embark on an Unforgettable Journey Through the Cape Peninsula

Join us on an extraordinary adventure through the enchanting Cape Peninsula, where each stop promises a unique and awe-inspiring experience. Capture the beauty of Camp's Bay, pause at Maiden's Cove for that perfect photo opportunity, or take a refreshing dip in the tidal pool. You can even choose to hop on a boat cruise to Duiker Island, home to thousands of Cape fur seals, and immerse yourself in the vibrant African market in Hout Bay.

Drive through the iconic Chapman's Peak and be captivated by its breathtaking vistas. Indulge in a quick takeaway drink and explore the charming stalls at Noordhoek Farm Village. Alternatively, opt for a delightful wine-tasting adventure at a nearby winery.

At an ostrich farm, discover high-quality ostrich leather goods and beautifully crafted decorative eggs that make for extraordinary souvenirs.

Explore Cape Point and its historic lighthouse, whether by climbing a few steps or enjoying a leisurely ride in the Flying Dutchman funicular railway. The choice is yours.

Venture through picturesque fishing villages and observe the charming penguins at Boulders Beach, creating memories that will last a lifetime.

Conclude your journey with a scenic coastal drive along False Bay, where you'll have the chance to take a brief stop in Kalk Bay and St. James, admiring the iconic painted Victorian beach huts.

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Minutes: 15

Stop at: Maiden's Cove

Explore the Atlantic Seaboard - Cape Town's Riviera

Discover the allure of the Atlantic Seaboard, a captivating 52km stretch that begins at Mouille Point in the north and culminates at Cape Point, the southern tip of Africa. As you journey along the 'Cape Town's Riviera,' you'll be treated to a feast of natural wonders:

Scenic Beauty: On one side, the mighty Atlantic Ocean stretches as far as the eye can see, while on the other, the majestic slopes of Lion’s Head and the Twelve Apostles paint a dramatic backdrop. It's a visual spectacle that will leave you in awe.

Luxury Living: Marvel at the opulent mansions between the mountains and the ocean. These exclusive residences offer some of the most breathtaking ocean views.

Blue Flag Beaches: Along the Atlantic Seaboard, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay proudly display their Blue Flag status. Palm-lined shores, powdery white sand, and the glistening waters of the Atlantic Ocean create a picture-perfect setting.

Maiden's Cove: Capture the beauty of Maiden's Cove with your camera or take in the mesmerizing views. It's a spot that offers tranquillity and inspiration.

Tidal Pool: For those seeking a refreshing aquatic experience, don't hesitate to dip in the tidal pool. It's a quick and invigorating way to connect with the cool waters of the Atlantic Ocean.

Embark on a journey along the Atlantic Seaboard and relish these incredible highlights, immersing yourself in the natural beauty and cultural richness of this renowned coastal stretch."

Highlighted Destination:
Camps Bay


Minutes: 45

Stop at: Hout Bay

Hout Bay - A Coastal Gem

Our journey continues to the charming Hout Bay, a picturesque fishing village that's a true gem along the Cape Peninsula tour. Here's what you can expect to experience:

Scenic Beauty: Hout Bay boasts a stunning beach, making it a haven for beach lovers. The surrounding landscapes are a treat for the eyes.

Seafood Delights: Enjoy the taste of fresh seafood in the local restaurants, a culinary experience you won't want to miss.

Bay Harbour Market: Explore the vibrant Bay Harbour Market, a treasure trove of local arts, crafts, and unique finds.

Boat Cruise to Duiker Island: If the weather is favourable and you feel adventurous, join a thrilling boat cruise. Here, you'll get up close and personal with thousands of Cape fur seals and seafaring birds, witnessing their playful antics and sun-soaked lounging on the rocks (please note, the cruise cost is not included in the rate).

Mariner Wharf and Harbor: Stroll around the Mariner Wharf and harbour, where friendly seals pop up for treats. You can also shop for authentic African art and crafts at the market.
Hout Bay is a coastal paradise with much to offer, making it a must-visit destination on your Cape Peninsula tour.

Minutes: 30

Stop at: Chapman's Peak Drive

Chapman's Peak Drive - A Scenic Masterpiece

Our next destination on this extraordinary journey is the renowned Chapman's Peak Drive, affectionately known as "Chappies." Here, you'll encounter one of the world's most scenic and awe-inspiring drives. The experience unfolds as follows:

Breathtaking Curves: As you venture into Chapman's Peak, you'll traverse a winding mountain road with 114 dramatic curves. This 9 km cliffside drive is nothing short of mesmerizing.

Sentinel's Majesty: Along the way, marvel at the Sentinel, a colossal mountain peak that guards the western end of Hout Bay's entrance. Its imposing presence adds to the grandeur of the scenery.

Photo Opportunities: Throughout your journey, be sure to make stops to capture the rugged cliffs, pristine beaches, the vast expanse of the ocean, and with a bit of luck, spot magnificent whales and playful dolphins.

Chapman's Peak Drive is a masterpiece of natural beauty, where every curve and vista promises to leave you in awe.

Minutes: 30

Optional stop at: Cape Point Ostrich Farm

Cape Point Ostrich Farm - A Treasure Trove of Ostrich Products

At the Cape Point Ostrich Farm, you'll have the opportunity to explore a diverse collection of ostrich-related goods. These include many items such as belts, wallets, handbags, shoes, beautifully adorned ostrich eggs, and much more. It's a place to uncover unique ostrich products that make for exceptional souvenirs and gifts.

Minutes: 100

Stop at: Cape Point

Cape Point - Where Nature and History Unite

No Cape Town tour is truly complete without an excursion to the iconic Cape Point. This exceptional destination is one of South Africa's most esteemed tourist attractions, and for good reason. Here's what you can anticipate:

  • World Heritage Site: Cape Point, a designated World Heritage Site, is a nature reserve of extraordinary beauty. It boasts one of Cape Town's most famous landmarks and is renowned for its natural splendour.
  • The Cape of Good Hope: Positioned at the very tip of the Peninsula, the Cape of Good Hope is the most southwestern point in Africa. It holds historical significance as it was here that the Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias became the first to navigate the Cape Peninsula in 1448.
  • Nature's Abundance: The reserve encompasses vast open landscapes adorned with rugged cliffs, unique vegetation home to over 250 species of birdlife, the presence of baboons, various species of bucks, and the striking Cape Mountain Zebra.
    Wildlife Encounters: A leisurely drive through the reserve provides opportunities to spot wildlife, such as ostriches, eland, and other fascinating creatures that call this area home.
  • Cape Point Exploration: You'll have ample time to explore Cape Point and its historic old lighthouse. You can choose between climbing a few steep steps for a more active adventure or opt for a leisurely three-minute ride on the Flying Dutchman funicular railway (please note, the railway cost is not included in the tour price) for a seamless journey to the summit. Either way, you'll be treated to breathtaking views of towering stone cliffs and the sparkling ocean, with white sandy beaches in the distance.
  • Leisure and Souvenirs: Enjoy some free time for shopping in the souvenir shop and perhaps grab a quick bite to eat (please note meals are not included in the tour price) before we bid farewell to Table Mountain National Park.

Cape Point is where history, nature, and unparalleled beauty come together, promising a remarkable experience you will never forget."

Minutes: 60

Stop at: Simon's Town

Simon's Town Exploration and Lunch

  • Recharge with Lunch: After an eventful morning, we'll stop for a delicious lunch (cost not included) at one of the delightful restaurants in Simon's Town. Satisfy your appetite and take a moment to relax and unwind.
  • Charming Coastal Town: Simon's Town, a picturesque coastal town that graces the shores of False Bay, is our next destination. This quaint town is not only known for its coastal charm but is also home to the South African Navy.
  • Naval Base Harbor: From a distance, glimpse the frigates and submarines docked at the Naval Base Harbour. It's a unique opportunity to see the South African Navy's vessels up close.


Minutes: 90

Stop at: Boulder's Beach Penguins

Penguin Paradise at Boulders Beach

Our journey continues with a leisurely 35-minute drive to the renowned Boulders Beach, a place like no other. Here, you can immerse yourself in a unique experience:

  • Swim with Penguins: Boulders Beach is the only location on Earth where you can swim alongside penguins. Since 1982, this haven has seen remarkable growth, now home to over 3,000 adorable African Penguins who settled here after a journey from Dyer Island near Gansbaai.
  • Penguin Observation: Spend quality time on the beach observing the lovable African Penguins, known for their charming donkey-like calls. It's a wildlife encounter you won't soon forget.

  • Please note that the entry fee for Boulders Beach is not included in the tour price, but the memories you create will be priceless."

Minutes: 20

Stop at: Simon's Town

Simon's Town - A Coastal Gem

Our journey remains in Simon's Town, a charming coastal town nestled along the shores of False Bay. Here's what you can expect to discover in Simon's Town:

  • South African Navy: Simon's Town is home to the South African Navy, and you'll have the opportunity to view frigates and submarines from a distance, docked at the Naval Base harbour. It's a chance to catch a glimpse of naval operations.
  • African Craft Market: Take a few moments to browse the delightful African craft market, where you can find unique and locally crafted souvenirs to commemorate your journey.
  • Mariner Wharf Stroll: Enjoy a stroll along the Mariner Wharf's harbour deck, taking in the picturesque views of the bay and marina.
  • Just Nuisance Legacy: Learn about the legendary Just Nuisance, an enormous Great Dane who was enlisted into the British Royal Navy and captured the hearts of many. The town's streets were once his domain.

From Simon's Town, our journey continues northward toward Muizenberg, offering stunning views of the False Bay coastline. This stretch of coastline features warmer waters, making it an ideal destination for swimming, surfing, and bathing. You'll be captivated by the striking beauty of the mountains, pristine white sandy beaches, and sparkling turquoise waters, all framed by colourful beach huts.

As we pass through the suburb of Glencairn, keep an eye out for whale-watching opportunities, especially during July to December. It's a chance to witness these magnificent creatures in their natural habitat along the Cape Town coastline."



Minutes: 20

Stop at: Kalk Bay

Kalk Bay and St. James - A Quirky Coastal Experience

Our afternoon adventure takes you to the captivating locales of Kalk Bay and St. James, where you can expect the following:

  • Kalk Bay's Unique Charm: Kalk Bay, a quirky seaside village, was recognized by Forbes magazine in July 2018 as one of 'The 12 Coolest Neighbourhoods Around The World.' As we explore this distinctive area, you'll find it alongside a railway line with the False Bay coastline on one side and a mountain on the other. The Main Road is a treasure trove, offering a blend of historic buildings, cobbled streets, bohemian bric-a-brac shops, vintage bookstores, and charming cafes and restaurants.
  • Kalk Bay Harbour: The iconic Kalk Bay Harbour isn't just a bustling landmark; it also boasts a rich history. Its renowned red-and-white-striped lighthouse stands proudly at the end of the bustling pier. As you stroll along the pier, you'll likely encounter snoek fish drying in the salty sea breeze, seals and seagulls eagerly awaiting fresh fish, vibrant fishing boats, and rows of fishermen's rods ready for action.
  • Whale Watching: If you visit during the whale season, from July to November, Kalk Bay is an excellent spot for whale watching. It's a chance to witness these majestic creatures as they grace the waters with their presence.

Kalk Bay and St. James blend quirky charm, history, and natural beauty, making them a perfect conclusion to our memorable Cape Peninsula journey.

Minutes: 15

Stop at: St James

St. James - A Colorful Seaside Experience

After we visit Kalk Bay, our journey takes us past the charming village of St. James, situated just beyond Kalk Bay on our way to Muizenberg. Here's what you can expect to enjoy:

  • Victorian-style bathing Huts: St. James Beach is famous for its brightly painted bathing huts, which line the shore in vibrant colours.
  • Scenic Beauty: Our stopover at St. James Beach offers the opportunity to admire Cape Town's iconic and colourful beach huts, as well as explore the captivating rock pools.

As our coastal adventure continues, we'll pass Muizenberg, renowned as a world-class surfing spot featuring its brightly painted beach huts.

Finally, our journey culminates with a late afternoon drop-off at your Cape Town accommodation, where you can reflect on a day filled with natural wonders, cultural discoveries, and the breathtaking beauty of the Cape Peninsula.