This 8 hour private tour is on Africa`s premier tour route along the beautiful Atlantic Coastline. It takes you to the mythical meeting place of the two oceans at Cape Point. Head for the V&A Waterfront, you have the option of doing the stunning Chapman's Peak Drive or Constantia forest on the way to Cape of Good Hope.
The tour includes a visit to Boulders Beach,the breeding place of the African Penguins on the way to the Cape of Good Hope. Return via Boy's Drive or Old Cape Road,the University of Cape Town and Grootte Schuur hospital where the first heart transplant was conducted in 1967.
Pick up at 09h30..Your tour takes you to the Cape of Good Hope along one of South Africa’s most beautiful coastlines. Your journey carries on through Sea Point to Hout Bay with an optional ferry-ride to Seal Island (100`s of Cape Fur Seals).
Weather permitting, the tour continues via Chapman"s Peak Drive. The alternate route is via the Constantia Forest with a stop on top of Boye`s Drive with stunning views of the holiday village of Muizenberg down below. The sight of the pristine beaches is something never to forget. This panoramic tour continues along the False Bay coast to the lovely town of Simonstown where you visit the rare African Penguins at Boulders Beach. Other optional visits could be Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens (own expense) or Groot Constantia Manor House (own expense).
Cape of Good Hope is the next stop. A 45minute scenic walk from Cape of Good Hope to Cape Point can be done, time permitting. There is also the possibility to take the funicular to the lighthouses(own expense). The return journey takes you to Scarborough with mind blowing waves at "Misty Cliffs", a haven for the kite surfer. This is not all, the "Old Cape Road" takes you to a viewpoint where you have an outstanding view over Cape Town City. The drive back to the hotel is via the University of Cape Town and Grootte Schuur hospital. The latter known as the hospital where the first heart transplant was done in 1967 by Christiaan Barnard. Drop off back in Cape Town at approximately 5pm to 5:30pm.