The Cape Point tour which covers the entire peninsula comes with so much to offer visitors of all interests. Its recommended to do this tour as your first as gives you a feel for the entire Cape Peninsula. Because the options for you to do in a day it can be difficult to choice between. We advise you contact us to run through the options so we get it just as you like.
Below we have set out the 2 most popular Cape Point Tour itineraries:
The first begins with a stop at Kirstenbosch Botanical gardens, a sprawling showcase or the Cape Floral kingdom. A drive along the false bay cost through Muizenburg and Simonstown ends with a visit to Boulder Beach Penguin Colony. Next is Cape Point where you explore the tip of the peninsula where the Atlantic and Indian oceans are believes to meet. The land mark “Cape of hope” is going to give you plenty amazing pictures but then again so does everywhere on this tour.
The second leg of the trip will take you over the mountain passed Noordhoek where we recommend the Cape Town Vineyards picnic lunch. The drive on back takes you along Champan’s peak and into Hout Bay. Chapman’s peak guarantees breath taking scenic shots, so 2 photo stops are scheduled here. Through Hout bay and along the Atlantic coast passing Camps and over the mountain back to you residence.
This option starts in the city and takes you along the Atlantic searboard before stopping at Hout Bay. Here we get to explore the harbour and go to Duiker island to view the 6500 African seals that call it home. A Champan’s peak drive with 2 photo stops takes us to lunch at Cape Point vineyards.
Cape Point Nature Reserve which is the half way point where you will enjoy sightings of baboons and springboks. Impressive views from the landmark lighthouse, and perhaps a dip in the refreshing seawater and a visit to the Cape of Good Hope.
The return journey to the city-centre will offer you several extra’s such as a visit to South Africa’s oldest wine farm Groot Constantia, a picnic lunch at Cape point Vineyards, and iconic tasting at Klein Constantia, sunset sundowners in Camps bay or Chapmans Peak for dinner at one of the peninsula’s many popular restaurants are but a few suggestions.
Wanderer’s Cape Point Tour is an unmissable experience for any visitor to Cape Town. Contact us for more information and we will assist you in getting the perfect itinerary to suite your taste.