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Full-Day Cape Point & Cape Peninsula Sightseeing Tour from Cape Town

From US$69.00
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  • Full-day sightseeing tour of Cape Peninsula
  • Ideal overview of the area for first-time visitors
  • Mix of hiking, biking, and driving for different sightseeing options
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Full-Day Cape Point & Cape Peninsula Sightseeing Tour from Cape Town
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Full-Day Cape Point & Cape Peninsula Sightseeing Tour from Cape Town
US$69.00
Overview
Hike, bike, and drive around the Cape Peninsula during a full-day sightseeing tour with a focus on the region’s natural attractions. Visit Boulders Beach, Cape Fur, and Cape Point Nature Reserve, and see a penguin colony as well as other wildlife. Private transportation and commentary from your guide ensure a comfortable and informative tour, making it ideal for first-time visitors.
What to Expect
Begin your tour with hotel pickup from your lodging in Cape Town between 7:45 and 8:30 a.m. Drive along the Atlantic Seaboard to Hout Bay harbour, taking in the view of the Twelve Apostles Mountains in the background and learning about the culture of Cape Peninsula as you go.

Upon arrival at Hout Bay, take an optional boat cruise to the Cape Fur seal colony on Duiker Island (own expense), or spend free time browsing the local shops at the harbour. Return to the car and snack on cookies and juice while admiring the views along Chapman’s Peak Drive (subject to road conditions).

Then, continue to Boulders Beach in Simons Town to visit a colony of penguins living on state-protected land, before mounting a bike for a downhill cycle through the Cape Point Nature Reserve. Look out for local wildlife that roams freely through the park.

Stop for a picnic lunch and a leisurely stroll to the southwestern-most point of Africa before returning to your hotel.
Reviews (234)
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Reviewed today
Great experience at Cape Peninsula!

This was a really great trip. Mike, the guide, and Freddy, the driver, were very kind and attentive with everyone on the group, and I really had a good time during all day. I really recomend this trip to everyone that want to visit and...More

Thank TrailBlazer397293
Reviewed yesterday via mobile
Amazing

Really great trip. Very good value and very friendly and informative guide. You don't have a lot of time at each stop because you have a lot of stops but that wasn't any issue for us.

Thank ReneS2160
Reviewed 2 days ago
The majestic scenery, conscientious guide

The cape of good hope is my books in the school as a child of place names, this place has been asking me longing, for a people living in Beijing, China, is so far away, out of reach, finally got a chance to attend the...More

Thank Cosmopolitan620125
Reviewed 3 days ago
Awesome experience!

They were very ponctual on the arrival on our hostel, the guide and the driver were very nice and attentive with everyone on the group, always explaining interesting things about the tour. We recommend this tour to everyone that wants a trustworthy company and a...More

Thank Daniel G
Reviewed 6 days ago
Tour wit Mike and Thabiso

I can really recommend this tour. It was a really lovely day with Mike and his driver Thabiso. He gives us a lot of information and we had a lots of time to discover the stops. He went to great lengths to give us a...More

Thank Sven K
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Maryna1975
27 August 2018|
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Response from RajaBahrin |
Yes, there will be a stop at the lighthouse.
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Maryna1975
27 August 2018|
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Response from OksanaKyiv |
Yes, you will have an option of either using funicular (55 rands, if i am not mistaken, at your cost), or walk up. You are given around 40-50 mins to walk around.
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Samina A
6 August 2018|
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Response from OksanaKyiv |
The timing really depends on how much time you and your group will spend on every activity. I would suggest 6pm as a more realistic scenario.
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