Private Tour: Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point from Cape Town

Your Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point tour will be strictly private and flexible with time. Tour departs from your hotel at your convenience in a private vehicle. Included in your tour are refreshment on boards, free WiFi and entrance fees to all activities.

Cape of Good Hope is the most South-Western Point of Africa. It is the meeting place of the two currents, the Cold Benguela and the Warm Agulhas Currents. As your itinerary is flexible, allow your guide to assist in making your holiday memories of this magnificent land. This Tour could last a minimum of 4 hours and maximum 8 hours. All entrance fees are included as follows : Toll fee R42,Seals Island, Penguins Colony and Cape Point.

All Tours depart from your hotel/guesthouse at your own flexible time ( recommend to depart between 9am and 1pm). The tour will go along the following route, whereby your qualified South African flag badge tourist guide, will make sure that no stone will not be left unturned.

Below you will find a sample itinerary, please note that this is just a guideline. Frequent stops during this tour are allowed based on the guests needs.
Capturing a photo, appreciating the unmatched nature, or stopping for a cup of coffee or a glass of wine. Why not enjoy lunch (own expense). Sample Route/Tour: Waterfront, Mouille Point, Sea Point, Bantry Bay, Clifton, Maiden Cove (A stop here for photos is recommended), Camps Bay Beach, L’landadno (known also as the Millionaire's Paradise) and Hout Bay. Optional stops: 1. World of birds 2. Seals Island boat trip which lasts one hour for the round trip - weather permitting 3. Browse the African Crafts/Gifts and Souvenirs).
Your journey will continue along the majestic, breathtaking scenic Road known as “Chapman’s Peak Drive (stop for photos). For coffee lovers, a quick stop at Noordhoek Village will be granted or even a light lunch. For the White wine lovers, a quick stop at Cape Point Vineyards will be granted to taste some of the best Cultivars South Africa has to offer. Nothing beats their Sauvignon Blanc (own expense).

The tour will carry on to Simon’s Town, which is the South African Naval Base. Then carry on to Boulders Beach where you will have time to watch the African Penguins. Cape Town and her surrounding coastline offers visitor some wonderful beaches, but none are more interesting or more beautiful than Boulder’s Beach in Simon’s Town. This beach, with its wind sheltered bays and safe sandy shores, is home to a breeding colony of over 2000 endangered African Penguins. Our final Destination will be the Cape of Goodhope Nature Reserve. Here you will explore the Dias Beacon or the light house could be explored using the Funicular or enjoy a quick hike.

Return To Cape Town via Muizenberg. Time permitting, a quick stop at South Africa's oldest winery (Groot Constantia founded in 1685) for a scenic drive and wine testing (own expense). Kindly ask your tour guide to recommend a restaurant based on your appetite (own expense).

from $ 148