Cape of Good Hope and Penguins Full Day Tour From Cape Town

Cape of Good Hope and Penguins Full Day Tour From Cape Town

Traverse the Cape peninsular in a small group and discover the most dramatic coast in the world. Take pictures in the brightly colored and historic Bo-kaap before you go on to explore the richest floral kingdom in the world at Cape of good hope .Learn about the history of the quaint towns of Hout bay, Kalk bay and meet with the African Penguins at Boulders beach in Simon's town and also the Cape Fur seals at Duiker Island. You will also discover the vibrant Muizenberg beach on your way back to Cape town to complete an eventful tour of the famous Cape of good hope.

  • Infant seats available
  • Not suitable for pets
  • No public transportation nearby
  • Infants must not sit on laps
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • we will pick you up from your accomodation in cape town your exact pick up time will be provided to you a day before the tour kindly wait in the lobby or at reception.
  • Pick ups are done at a door to door service.All you need to do is provide us with your location
  • Cape of good hope entrance fee
  • Boulders penguin colony entrance fees
  • Seal Island boat fee (optional)
  • All meals
  • Gratuity (optional)
  • Experience Type:  Day tour / activity
  • Booking In Advance:  Cut off: 1 Day
  • Duration:  9 hours
  • Difficulty:  Easy
  • Supported Accessibility:  Stroller or pram
  • Categories:  Cultural and theme tours,Day trips and excursions,Shore excursions,Luxury and special occasions,Bus / minivan tour,Luxury experience
  • Live tour guide:  English
Shortly after the commencement of the tour.We will have the pleasure of making a quick stop in the famous brightly coloured Bo-kaap.This is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Cape town and was known as Malay quater for centuries after the the many people of Cape town that came from the Malay speaking people of the far east known as Malay quater.Besides the colourful houses,Bo-kaap offers a lot more than what meets the eye.You will be able to walk around as well as take pictures while your guide unpacks the history of this national heritage site
Bantry bay
.Resting at the foot of the Lions head mountain,Bantry bay is one of Africa's most plush suburbs and environmental studies has also proven that this mountain side suburb is wind freeThanks to the Lion's head,the famous mountain shields this lucky suburbs from the south eastern winds of Cape town.
Clifton has the most expensive Villas in Africa.Other than its status as a millionaires village,It has some of the best public beaches near Cape town,the four Clifton beaches.
Camps bay
Just outside the famed city bowl and at the Atlantic seaboard of Cape town is Camps bay suburb and Camps bay beach.Known as the Beverly hills of Cape Town.Not many places in the world offers such views as the ones witnessed here.You will have a chance to stop at Maidens coves,a stop over area along the coast which offers some of the best views of this particular suburb.
The Twelve apostles
The twelve apostles are part of the Cape peninsular mountain range with 12 distinct headlands.Your guide will provide you with interesting about this famous mountain range and also allow you to take pictures before the journey continues on to Hout bay.
Hout Bay
Affectionately known as "The Republic of Hout bay." This beautiful town is surrounded by mountains and the cold Atlantic on all sides so Hout bay neighbors no any other town. All the 3 roads that leads you here goes over mountain passes. A republic it is!
Seal Island
Get on a boat and embark on a scenic 40 minutes long round trip to Duiker island which is home to more than 4000 Cape fur seal
Chapman's peak drive
Carved out of the Chapman's peak mountains between 1915 and 1925 to link Hout bay with the south penisnular towns,It is an engneering masterclass.Localy simply known as Chapies.This 9km long mountain side road meanders along gigantic and steep mountains that dramaticaly drops into the Atlantic like an avalanche.There are about 152 curves and like a fingerprint you get different views from each and every single one of them.Various view point gives you an opportunity to stop,soak in the beauty and take photos.
Noordhoek farm village
Situated at the southern end of the world famous Chapman's peak drive and in the heart of the lush retirement village of Noordhoek.The farm vllage is home to The village roast.A to go coffee shop that boast of the best roasted coffee in the area.Other than coffee,there are some raw juces of different flavours as well as small shops selling localy made crafts and other bric-a-bracs
Cape point ostrich farm
Shortly before you venture onto the Cape of good hope national park.You will drive past an ostrich farm where if needs be,can make a quick stop to take photos of Africas biggest and flightless bird.
Cape point
Cape point nature reserve is a 7700 hectares big park and a part of the Cape floral kingdom.A world heritage site and the smallest of the world's 6 floral kingdom which however has more plant and rare species than the other five combined.Tihs is also home to Cape point light house as well as the Cape of good hopeVisitors could also be fortunate to encounter wildlife
Cape of good hope
Maned with rough waters,rugged coastline,wildlife,the convergance of the Atlantic and the Indian oceans and long history of carnage as well as life changing achievements.The Cape of Good Hope is a huge tourist attraction.Albeit being only most south western point of Africa,the cape of good hope was famed by early time sailors as the corner of Africa.Once upon a time one of the world's most important navigational landmark.From here,salors would note that they voyages had began to take a turn for east rather than south.Guest will have an opportunity to take an optional hike up to the summit of the cape as well as take a photo with probably the most famous sign in the country.It reads "Welcome to the cape of good hope!"
Cape point lighthouse
A paved alley from Cape point car park takes you over 600m to the 3rd oldest lighthouse in the country which maked for great views and photography.Launched in 1960.The Cape point lighthouse was however decommissioned in 1919 as new evidence proved that sailors couldn't see it in cloudy conditions so a new light house at a lower elevation was constructed.A funicular is available at own cost for guest who might not be in the mood to walk.
Simons town
Another quiet and wealthy town on the false bay coastline. Victorian built Simon's town is home to freshest seafood restaurants, The south African Navy and the African penguins.
Boulders beach penguin colony
Home to thousands of African penguins,Boulders beach is one of Africa's only three mainland penguin colonies.The penguins are also known as the jack ass penguins because of their donkey breigh like sound.A boardwalk was built to prevent people from getting too close to the penguins ever since they were listed as endangered a few years ago.However,visitors can stil be able to take pictures from point blank range
Simon's town
Named after a cape Dutch governor of the 17th century who found this town as lee-shore in winter.Victorian built Simon's town is home to some of the freshest seafood and fish restaurants in Cape town.This is also the same town that African penguins and the South African Navy calls home.
Kalk bay
voted one of the world's 12 coolest places to live in,! Kalk bay is well known for her eurocentic outlook.Some of the best restaurants in Cape town are here.Art galleries,cafes,cuban cigar bars and small shops dominates the main street.Residents of this quaint town also gets to enjoy seeing southern right whales from the comfort of their living rooms.Now that's cool!!
Named after a cape Dutch governor of the 17th century who found this town as lee-shore in winter.Victorian built Simon's town is home to some of the freshest seafood and fish restaurants in Cape town.This is also the same town that African penguins and the South African Navy calls home.
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