Cape Small Group Tour to Boulders Beach Penguins, Cape of Good Hope and Chapman’s Peak

Cape of Good Hope

Cape Small Group Tour to Boulders Beach Penguins, Cape of Good Hope and Chapman’s Peak

Duration :   10 Hours
The Price :   $35.96
Max People :    12

Enjoy a great drive along the Peninsula!

Travel along the Atlantic Seaboard via Camps Bay to Hout Bay, a quaint village and fishing harbour with magnificent mountain views and harbour. Proceed via Chapman’s Peak, one of the world’s most breath-taking coastal drives to Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope which is perceived to be the meeting point of the two Oceans, the Atlantic and the Indian. Proceed to Simon’s Town which is the Navy base and home of the vulnerable and endangered African Penguins! Wooden walkway allow visitors to view penguins in their natural habitat. A lunch stop is made near by. After, stop at Muizenberg Beach for a photo then proceed to the city where you will be dropped off at your desired location.


languages: French & English

Places You’ll See :

If there is one way to describe Maidens Cove, then definitely �natural beauty� is fitting. With views of the notorious 12 Apostles and the blue shimmering waters of the Atlantic Ocean, this spot is perfect for many things. Sit on a bench with a good book whilst the white water crashes on the rocks. If you want picture-perfect-photos then Maidens Cove boasts breathtaking landscapes specially designed for your camera. If you prefer to just relax with friends and family, then there are picnic and braai (BBQ) spots which locals love to use! If you are blessed by the weather with a hot summer�s day, why not take a dip in the tidal pool? If you visit in the cooler months, you might be lucky to see Dolphins and Whales pass by. Maidens Cove literally has everything to offer for a perfect day in Cape Town.

1Maidens Cove Viewpoint Camps Bay

Hout Bay Harbour is definitely one that is frequently visited by locals. Hout Bay Harbour is home to thousands of wild Cape Fur Seals. These cute, sometimes shy, furry sea friends can be seen swimming alongside the quay and they often relax on rocks while people take pictures of them. Quite frankly, people think the seals enjoy all the attention. If you would like to see where the seals live, hop on a boat to Seal Island. The entire boat ride is between 45-60 minutes long and you�ll be able to see Seals in their hundreds relaxing or playing about. After visiting the seals at their home, come back to the harbour and enjoy some delicious Fish and Chips!

2Hout Bay Harbour Cape Town

You simply cannot go to Cape Town without taking a drive over Chapmans Peak. This has to be one of the best, if not, the best mountain drive in the world! With breath-taking views of the oceans with the mountain as a backdrop, every turn will leave you breathless and exhilarated and wanting more! There is plenty of pullover spots and viewpoints where you can even enjoy a picnic. Marvel at the brilliant engineering of the road designed to protect cars from potential rock falls. Don�t worry, Chapmans Peak gets closed if weather conditions are not safe for drivers.

3Chapmans Peak Drive Viewpoint

What's Included

  • Air-conditioned vehicle and Fuel
  • Bottled Water
  • Hotel Pick-Up and Drop-Off Service
  • Shared Live Tour Guide/Driver

What's Excluded

  • Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve Entry fee (R376 per person Adult International) (R188 per Child Int.)
  • Gratuities, Tips (Optional )
  • Meals and Drinks at Restaurant
  • Penguins Colony Entry fee (R176pp Adult Int.) (R88 per Child Int.)

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