Private Tour :Table Mountain,Cape of Good Hope and Penguin Colony

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Departs: Cape Town, Cape Town

Ticket Type: Mobile or paper ticket accepted

Free cancellation

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Go with a Personal Qualified and Experienced Tour Guide/ Driver in a Private Vehicle only for your party. Enjoy a day trip along the famous, Scenic Beauty and Natural Landscapes of South Africa's Cape Peninsula. Customize the itinerary to suit your Personal needs, enjoy the convenience of guided visits, as well as the independence of solo sightseeing and learn about this dynamic Region from your friendly knowledgeable Guide. See Penguins at close Range at Boulders Beach(45min). Enough time for Hiking from Cape of Good Hope to Cape point is guaranteed.Proceed to Simon's town for lunch break (1hour).Drive back to town where your guide will take you to Table Mountain where you going to take the cable car to the top. Spend an hour and half up there! Just after, you will be dropped off at your desired location in Cape town Central.

What's Included

Bottled water & Free Limited WiFi on Board

Pick up & Drop off at your accommodation

Private Air-conditioned Vehicle and private Guide/Driver

What's Not Included

Cape of Good Hope Entry Admission: International Adult R376


Penguin Colony Entry Admission: International Adult R176

Table Mountain Ticket(Return): R395pp


Traveler Information

  • INFANT: Age: 0 - 2
  • CHILD: Age: 3 - 12
  • ADULT: Age: 13 - 99

Additional Info

  • Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
  • Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
  • Infant seats available on request
  • Specialized infant seats are available

Cancellation Policy

For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours before the scheduled departure time.

  • For a full refund, you must cancel at least 24 hours before the experience’s start time.
  • If you cancel less than 24 hours before the experience’s start time, the amount you paid will not be refunded.

What To Expect

On the slopes of Signal Hill, you find brightly coloured houses. Rich in history, Guests can stop to take pictures in this national heritage site and greet the locals if they are in sight.

20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Bantry Bay
Originally called Botany Bay, name after a Botanical Garden planted for cultivation of medicinal herbs. The name Bantry Bay come into use in the mid 19th Century when the Botanical Garden began to be overwhelmed by Buildings. Here the coastline is rocky and prestigious. We also find luxury apartments, many supported on concrete stils, are built into the steep mountain slope.

• Admission Ticket Free

Camps Bay
Built on the slope, of the Twelve Apostles and looking out over a spacious Camps Bay Beach. It is amazing how relatively unspoilt and uncrowded it is. Guests will stop here to take pictures and enjoy the view before the journey queries on to Hout Bay.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Hout Bay
Twenty minutes after the affluent Camps Bay, lies Hout Bay which is Wood Bay in a local language.The locals affectionately called The Republic of Hout Bay! Formerly, Hout Bay was a fishing village and has managed to maintain its unique combination of fishing harbour and country atmosphere, despite development. Hout Bay provides more attractions on its own, despite its Central position. Sea Kayaking, full gamut of aquatic spots, hiking and cycling. There are 3000 birds and 400 species of birds to see at World of Birds.This is the largest bird Park in Africa and a wonderful place to take kids to learn more about these animals. The Seal Island which is a small, elongated, rocky land mass about 2 hectare in size with its long axis orientated roughly north- south, measuring approximately 400 by 50 meters.The Island is located about 5.7 kilometers off the northern shore of False Bay, and is so named because of the number of Cape Fur Seals that occupy it.

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Chapman's Peak Drive
Continuing South along the Coast, Chapman's Peak Drive is a thrilling journey along one of the most Beautiful scenic drives in the world. The road has 114 curves and is 11 kilometres long route. Build under the supervision of De Vaal, from 1915 to 1922. Viewpoints are provided along the route, where Guests will take nice pictures. Closed between 2000- 2003 due to a fatality after a rock fall. When re-opened after three years, The route become private and toll road.Its not surprising that locals and visitors return again and again like a junkie needing a fix. It is a paradise for motorists, sightseers, picnickers, runners, hikers and bikers.

20 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Cape of Good Hope
This is the South-Western Tip of Africa and the place where the Positive Current from Indian Ocean and Negative from Atlantic Ocean meets. Here, Guests will explore the Old Lighthouse built in 1860, the Dias Cross, indigenous Cape Flora. Baboons can be seen around.There are also Bontebok, Eland and red Hartebees, wild Ostriches. By luck, you may even spot extremely rare Cape Mountain Zebras. Guests who don't want to walk can take the Funicular to the Light House.

2 hours • Admission Ticket Not Included

Boulders Beach Penguin Colony
Guests will visit Boulders Beach which is the home to a growing Colony of vulnerable African Penguins. Known as Jackass Penguins because of their distinctive donkey-like braying, and they're the only penguins found on the continent. Their diet consists mainly of pelagic fish such as pilchards and anchovy, but they may consume squid as well. They can swim at an average speed of seven Kilometres per hour, and can stay submerged for up to two minutes. Colonies can be found from Southern Namibia all the way around the Southern African coast to Port Elisabeth, but few places offer as remarkable a viewing point as Boulders Beach. The Penguins first came to False Bay in 1983 from Dyer Island, which is near Gansbaai. Back then, there plenty for them to eat and the colony grew so quick. Unfortunately, commercial fishing and marine pollution have taken their toll on the colony. In 1910, it was estimated that there were approximately one-and-a-half million African Penguins; a Century later, the aquatic bird was classified as an endangered species. By 1982 there were only two breeding pairs remaining. Incredible conservation efforts have grown the Boulders Colony to over 3500 birds in recent years. You can experience walking with penguins or choose the wooden walkways which allow you to view the penguins in their Natural Habitat in a close Range.

45 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

Simon's Town
Simon's Town is one of the most delightful little villages, situated 40 Km outside the City. See Victorian architectures, the Naval Base and see also the Statue of Just Nuisance, who was formally enrolled in the Royal Navy. He was given a Title Able Seaman. Simon's Town itself is a quaint and interesting little town. The Waterfront here is extremely attractive area with a number of small boutiques selling clothing, artistic and bric and brac souvenirs. Excellent choice of restaurants within walking and driving distance.
The Town is well known for its Naval Museum, Toy Museum and Simon's Town Cultural Museum. The Scratch Patch is also an important Tourist attraction where one can Scratch for a wide variety of beautiful Gemstones. The Town is also the Seat of the South African Navy, and has a charming Coastal Town atmosphere and a vibrant history.

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Muizenberg is located on the North-western corner of False Bay, about 25 Km from Cape Town CBD. Muizenberg rightly earned the Town its status as the country's premier Holiday Retreat in the 19th Century. Historical sites in Muizenberg includes the Oldest Building on the False Bay coast known as Het Posthuys(1742), originally used by the Dutch East India Company as a Toll-House to levy a tax on farmers selling their produce to passing ships. Despite the slight air of tawdriness, Muizenberg's gently shelving, Sandy Beach is the most popular along the Peninsula for swimming...with good reason. It's safe for bathing, the water tends to be flat and warm and there's good surfing in its breakers, friendly-family atmosphere. The waves are not too powerful for body boarding, surfing...

15 minutes • Admission Ticket Free

Table Mountain
Table Mountain is one of the seventh wonders in the world!

60 minutes • Admission Ticket Not Included

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