- The breathtaking views of Clifton and Camps Bay as we head down the Cape Peninsula.
- Take a boat ride to Seal Island from Mariner’s Wharf (own account)
- A scenic drive along the world famous Chapman’s Peak Drive. (if open)
- Visit Simon’s Town and the African Penguins at the Boulders Penguin Colony.
- The Cape Point Nature Reserve and view the tip of Africa.
- Venture to the Cape of Good Hope.
- End the day off at the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (time permitting and own account)
- Stand Up Paddle experience
Our journey to the Cape Peninsula takes us along the scenic Atlantic seaboard, passing the pristine soft white sand beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay, with the 12 Apostles rising above the chilly blue Atlantic Ocean below. There is no doubt the coast of the Cape Peninsula offers magnificent scenery with its great biodiversity.
We arrive at the quaint fishing village of Hout Bay with its imposing Sentinel. A chance to enjoy a boat ride out to Seal Island (own account) or shop for souvenirs at the craft market on the quayside.
Our tour continues over Chapman’s Peak which offers amazing photo opportunities, and onto the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, a great example of how the land once was many hundreds of years ago in its virgin state of Cape Fynbos. If lucky you may spot some small buck, numerous birds, the Cape Mountain Zebra, Eland and of course the mischievous baboons. Enjoy lunch (own account) at a restaurant overlooking False Bay. Take the funicular (own account) or the footpath for a 10 minute walk up to the old Cape Point lighthouse to see the “meeting” of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
We visit Boulders Penguin Colony before passing through Simons Town and time permitting to our last stop of the day at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (own account). With the sun setting over the tall peaks of Table Mountain the last rays sparkle on the trees and flowers, and offer a fitting end to a day filled with all the Cape has to offer.
Somewhere during this fantastic day your guide will take out the Stand Up Paddleboards and you will have the chance to explore the coastline from the water. You can either SUP at one of the amazingly beautiful and secluded beaches or even come up close to the African Penguins at Boulders Beach. Should the sea be a little too bumpy, your guide will take you to the safe and calm waters of the V&A Waterfront canals or one of the Peninsula’s many picturesque fishing harbours.
The Private Cape Peninsula Tour is not available on the 10th March 2019 due to the Cape Town Cycle Tour.
The Private Cape Peninsula Tour is not available on the 20 April 2019 due to the Two Oceans Marathon.