A private and bespoke tour of the Cape Peninsula, tailor made to suit all your personal requirements
Bottled water in the vehicle
What's Not Included
Excludes all entrance fees, dinner transfers, airport transfers, additional refreshments and meals not mentioned in the inclusions
TRAVELER: Age: 0 - 120
Infants and small children can ride in a pram or stroller
Transportation options are wheelchair accessible
All areas and surfaces are wheelchair accessible
Public transportation options are available nearby
Travelers should have at least a moderate level of physical fitness
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
Cape of Good Hope
Chapman’s Peak is named after John Chapman, the Captain’s mate of an English ship, the Consent. The peak which looms overhead was not named after a governor or brave mountaineer, but a lowly ship’s pilot. This world famous scenic route was constructed in the 1920’s and you will enjoy the most breath-taking views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Hout Bay Harbour.
The Cape of Good Hope National Park forms part of the rich “Cape Floral Kingdom”, the biome of which is considered to be the richest and most bio diverse in the world. It is commonly known as “Fynbos”, (or “Fine bush) covering an area of approx. 500,000 hectares (1,25 million acres) The area is rich in natural heritage and is one of the most popular tourist destinations in South Africa. Due to the variety of wildlife that occurs here it is the only section of the Table Mountain National Park that is fenced and visitors should look out for Eland, Red Hartebeest, Bontebok and Zebra. At the point, visitors are treated to excellent viewing opportunities from the “old” lighthouse, which was built in 1859. The lighthouse is accessible by foot or one can catch the Flying Dutchman funicular to the top.
Simon’s Town (sometimes spelled Simonstown) is a town which is home to the South African Navy. It is located on the shores of False Bay, on the eastern side of the Cape Peninsula. For more than two centuries it has been a naval base and harbour (first for the Royal Navy and now the South African Navy). The town is named after Simon van der Stel, an early governor of the Cape Colony.
Admission Ticket Not Included
Boulders Beach Penguin Colony
Travel in a southerly direction towards False Bay and Muizenberg, meandering your way through the picturesque and somewhat eclectic seaside villages of St James and Kalk Bay. The area is well known for its Coffee shops, Bohemiam style boutiques, Bric a Brac, art galleries and antique stores. Your journey continues through historical Simon’s town, home to SA’s naval headquarters and steeped in Dutch and British history. We will visit Boulders African Penguin Colony, home to a unique and endangered land-based colony of African Penguins. This colony is one of only a few in the world, and the site has become famous and a popular international tourist destination.
Our Travel guide can help you plan your holiday to Cape Town by offering you detailed information on hotels, activities, golf courses and car rentals in Cape Town. We offer a comparison of nearly all hotels, car rentals and activities that are available in Cape Town and surrounding area with an option to make a real time secure booking. By booking in advance you are certain to have everything prepared for your trip to Cape Town.