1-Day Cape Peninsula


The Table Mountain Chain, which is recognized across the world for its tremendous biodiversity, includes the Cape Peninsula. Overlooking the rocky headland is the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. It is a protected area where numerous antelope, the endangered Cape mountain zebra, and other uncommon animal species can be found. The reserve is home to 250 different bird species, making it a shelter for marine birds as well.

This tour takes you through a beautiful journey from Cape Town City Bowl to the suburbs along the Atlantic Ocean. Prior to visiting Hout Bay, Noordhoek, and the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, you will drive via Blue Flag beaches, the Twelve Apostle Mountains, and other locations. You can possibly view whales and dolphins at the reserve’s Cape Point lighthouse. When you arrive in Simons Town, you can choose between taking a stroll down the town’s historic main street or visiting the penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

You will travel back to Cape Town along the False Bay coastal route following lunch at Simons Town Mariner Wharf. Kalk Bay, St. James, and Muizenberg are a some of the seaside communities you will pass through. Between 5:30 and 6:00 p.m., you will be dropped off at your hotel or guesthouse, giving you time to shop, watches the surfers, and take pictures of the famously colorful beach huts.

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