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Guided Tour of the Cape Peninsula

Tour Duration

1 Day

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Guided Tour of the Cape Peninsula



We’ve designed this tour with four things in mind: i) trying not to do too much in one day, ii) taking in as much of the majestic landscapes of the wine country as possible iii) seeing lots of wildlife and iv) having lots of really nice food v) avoiding the crowds! You should be able to complete this tour in a day (although it’s a fairly long and quite rushed one): the optional extensions will take longer, so only take these on if you have the time or one of our suggestions doesn’t appeal to you. There’s a really great site for the whole area called www.capepointroute.co.za which will give you more details than we can provide here.

- Tour Itinerary -

09h00 Leave Cape Town after a fantastic breakfast.
09h20 Buitenverwachting – small scale wine farm just 20 minutes from town (OPTION)
10h00 Muizenberg beach – super watersports/activity beach. Mixed crowd.
10h30 Kalk Bay – bohemian seaside fishing town with great food and junk/antique shopping
12h00 Simonstown – A very British little seaside town, home to the SA Navy.
12h30 Boulder’s Beach – one of many homes of the Jackass Penguin!
13h00 Miller’s Point – The Black Marlin restaurant. Lovely views and a convenient stop.
15h00 Cape Point – feel like you’re on the tip of Africa (even though you’re not quite!)
15h30 Platboom Bay – a wonderful deserted beach in the wilderness
17h00 The Food Barn – off beat food in friendly, natural surroundings
Noordhoek Beach – long and flat horseriding beach with a shipwreck (OPTION)
17h30 Chapman’s Peak Drive – superb ‘I’m in a car ad’ driving experience
18h00 Hout Bay – mid sized fishing town with quirky locals, fun food and relaxed beach
19h30 Camp’s Bay – palm trees, white sand and beautiful people. Oh, and freezing water.

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Tamboerskloof, Cape Town

Office +27 21 424 5347
Cell +27 72 136 9096

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Email: travel@whereitallbegan.co.za

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