Towering over a kilometer above sea level, Table Mountain is a stunning work of nature that attracts
millions of visitors from all over the world every year. A cable car runs frequently from the lower cable
stations to the summit of the mountain where stunning views of the City of Cape Town, Robben Island
and the Atlantic Ocean can be viewed from. Your guide will escort you on the tour of Table Mountain and
give you facts about the formation of the mountain, the flora, fauna and help take pictures of you.
Kindly Note That The Table Mountain Cable Car Is Open Subject To Conducive Weather. In
The Event That Table Mountain Is Closed Due To Bad Weather, You Have An Option To Keep
The Tickets For Another Day Or Request A Refubd For The Table Mountain Tickets.
Hout Bay is affectionately known as “The Republic of Hout Bay due to it being isolated from all the other
towns by mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Named after an indigenous forest that once thrived here,
the town today boasts of having one of Cape Town’s busiest fishing harbors, world class sea food
restaurant and an array of tourist activities.
Chapman’s Peak Drive
After having explored Hout Bay. Our journey will continue further down south via the world-famous Chapman’s peak drive. A state-of-the-art mountain 0side road! Many photo opportunities will be offered as you wind in and out of Chapman’s peak drive enjoying some of Cape Town’s most scenic views.
Noordhoek Farm Village
At the southern end of the famous Chapman’s peak drive lies a small lush and affluent suburb called Noordhoek. Noordhoek meaning northern corner in a local language is habitat to many a great retired artist and other notables. A farm village in the heart of this lush suburb provides one with some of the greatest coffee in Cape town as well as shopping for some locally made Bric-a-bracs. Guests will also have an opportunity to use restrooms before a long stretch down towards the Cape of Good Hope.
Cape Point Ostrich Farm
Cape point Ostrich farm is situated 100 meters short of the Cape point national park gate main entrance. Ostriches on the farm can be viewed from the roadside. However, should you fancy having a much closer encounter with the ostriches, your guide will gladly drive you inside the farm where you may view
ostriches from close range, take pictures and feed them.
Cape Point National Park
Cape point national park is 7700 in area and is home to the world’s richest floral Kingdom. Over 2000 different plant species of the Cape floral kingdom grows here naturally and with 70% of them being
endemic to this area. Wildlife such as Antelopes, Ostriches, birds, Zebras and Baboons also call this place home. Your guide will drive you around the park, telling you interesting stories about the early explorers, flora and making stops for you to take pictures.
WARNING: Keep your windows closed to keep baboons out when you are inside the vehicle.
Keep a distance from baboons when you are outside the vehicle.
The feeding of baboons is prohibited.
Old Cape Point Lighthouse
Sitting at Cape point peak and towering over 400 meters above sea level is the unused Cape point
lighthouse. It is also the 3rd oldest lighthouse and graciously attracts hikers from Cape point car park daily. The views from the Cape point Lighthouse are some of the bests in and out of Cape town and should hiking not be for you, you may access the lighthouse by a funicular at extra cost.
Simon’s town was named after a governor of the same name, Simon Van Der Stel, who founded this town in the late 1600s as a lee shore in the winter months. Today, Simon’s town operates as a Navy port town and is also easily identifiable by its Victorian buildings lining up along the main road. The town also boasts of some of Cape Town’s best and freshest sea food restaurants, Boulders beach, as well as coffee and ice cream on a sunny day. You may choose to have lunch here at a restaurant of your choosing.
Boulders beach is home to the endangered African penguin. It is also one of the only two mainland penguin colonies in South Africa. A boardwalk was constructed here to prevent too much violation of the penguin’s peace to slow down the African penguin’s extinction rate and give visitors a chance to see
safely see the penguins from close range and take pictures.
NOTICE: Touching or feeding of penguins is not allowed.
Kalk bay meaning Limestone Bay in a local language is an affluent fishing town resting between the false bay and the mountains of the Cape peninsular. Voted by Forbes magazine as one of the 12 coolest places to live in the world. Restaurants, theaters, shops, and Art galleries make this town the most vibrant town on the southern peninsular suburbs of Cape town.