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Full-Day Cape Of Good Hope, Penguins Private Tour from Cape Town plus entry fees

08 Hours

This coastal drive provides top of the range experience along some of the most expensive residential areas in Africa. Stunning landscape and amazing pure white sand beaches along this Peninsula tour. There is an interesting biodiversity.

  • See seals at Seal Island and Hout Bay
  • Pass by several Blue Flag beaches
  • Explore a famous Nature Reserve

This is a tour which combines history - as travellers are taken through the history of South Africa. The arrival of the Dutch until the introduction of apartheid in 1948 by the architect of apartheid Hendrick Verwoerd. This tour takes travellers via the Atlantic Sea Board, where several Blue Flag beaches exist. This area is home to the most expensive residential properties in South Africa. Travellers will also drive through this jaw-dropping landscape with its dramatic mountains. Travellers also see wild animals like African Baboons, wildebeest and the bontebok, among others. Penguins and the Rock Hyrax are also part of the nature seen on this exciting tour. The unique fynbos vegetation covers the whole area on the Cape Peninsula Tour. Travellers are not short of sightseeing as they drive through Chapman's Peak Drive. Beautiful beaches like Long Beach and Muizenberg beach. The history of Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope is amazing. 

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    • One of the 10 beaches on the Blue Flag status list, which is divided into 4.
    • The most popular beach in Cape Town with trendy restaurants, bars and only two hotels. Amazing location with the backdrop of the 12 Apostles Mountains and the iconic Table Mountain. A popular location for international celebrities and first-time visitors to the City of Cape Town. Surrounded by expensive properties. This beach has pure white sand, and many breathtaking photo stops.
    • A place with the same scenic views is named after Lundudno in whale due to their similarities. This is also home to one of the blue flag beaches and some properties owned by international celebrities.
    • This quaint village is home to the biggest fishing industry in Cape Town. And a visit to seal island can bring you face-to-face with over 5 000 seals at any one time. This place also offers travellers an opportunity to take a brief walk about at the harbour while they shop for art and craft. This is also the place of the freshest fish and chips in Cape Town, with a fish processing factory at the harbour. Travellers can also grab a cup of coffee from the several coffee shops around.
    • This is a spectacular scenic drive with 114 curves stretching for almost 10km. It has several photo stops and is home to "The most popular accident in Cape Town". It has jaw-dropping views all the way from Hout Bay to Noordhoek. In winter, there is a high probability that travellers can see whales. This scenic drive which at times is hanging from unsupported cliffs with boulders on top, is a marvel and a wonder to travellers. Coming to an end is one of the blue flag beaches Long Beach or Chapman's bay, with pure white sand.
    • This is an unspoiled old village with holiday homes. It is a place covered under mist probably 80% of the time in a year and is also home to kite surfing. In the same location is a Department of Sea Fisheries Research Station.
    • This is also another small village with holiday homes and a single pub for the locals and travellers. A popular place especially during the World Cup in 2010. It does have a small beach and is surrounded by amazing fynbos vegetation.
    • This is a place with farming Ostriches and has a shop with amazing Ostrich products. It also has tortoises and other small creatures.
    • Travellers will explore this Nature Reserve with eight World Heritage Site accolades from UNESCO. It is also a place with over 1 000 plant species. Travellers will also see two lighthouses which are the site of several shipwrecks. Cape Point has the most powerful lighthouse on the South African coast, with a range of 60km. Breathe the air at Cape Point, which has been declared to be among the purest in the World; hence it is home to one of the Global Research Watch's (GAW) atmospheric research stations. Cape Point is also home to the World War 2 Radar listening research stations. Travellers can also use the Funicular to get to the Lighthouse. In this Nature Reserve is Cape of Good Hope Hope - The most South Western tip of Africa. There is also amazing wildlife like the Chacma Baboon, the Wildbeest, the bontebok, Zebras, the Rock Hyrax, Tortoises and much more.
    • Travellers will see the African Penguins from a choice of two locations. Travellers can wander close to the penguins along the boardwalk that takes them to Foxy beach. Here travellers get so close within a touching distance of the penguins but are not allowed to touch or interfere with them. This gives the travellers a great photo opportunity up close The other option is at Boulders' beach, where travellers are allowed to swim with the penguins; in this nature reserve, it's quiet common to come across the Rock Hyrax, popularly known as the Dasy.
    • In this town, travellers will see Warships since it is home to the SA Navy. It is one of the oldest settlements, established soon after the arrival of the Dutch in 1652. This settlement has its main road declared a National Heritage; thus, all the structures in the main road cannot be altered so as to maintain their historical feel. Travellers will also see many fishing boats as this is the place of the second fishing industry in Cape Town after Hout Bay.
    • Time permitting, this is an optional activity. This is one of the most popular beaches in Cape Town and is also on the blue Flag Status list. It is the beach which has colourful wooden houses and lots of jellyfish. At this beach, kids from disadvantaged communities learn how to surf. And there are several surf shops where surfers can hire surfboards and other equipment. This is a beach where locals flood during the summer festive holidays giving the travellers the opportunity to mingle with the locals.
    • This is the prison where Nelson Mandela spent part of his 27 years of imprisonment. This is one of the most dangerous prisons in South Africa as it houses some of South Africa's most dangerous criminals - gangsters. This is a maximum security penal facility that continues to hold some of the most dangerous criminals from South Africa.
    • This is an upmarket residential area in Cape Town, neighbouring the Constantia wine region. In this place is Groot Constantia, the most visited winery in South Africa. It is one of the three wineries which used to be a single winery owned by the first Governor of the Cape, Simon van der Stel, who produced the first wine in South Africa before the arrival of the French Huguenots.
    • One of the most affluent residential areas in Cape Town. This place is home to all the Anglican Archbishops, including the current Archbishop Emeritus Desmond Tutu hence the name Bishop's Court.
    • This leafy suburb is home to the Newlands Rugby and Cricket grounds. The South African President's house - Genadendal, is also located here.
    • Travellers will see the university is currently rated the best in Africa. Built at the foot of Table Mountain on a piece of land donated by Cecil John Rhodes to the city of Cape Town. This institute of higher learning has a student population of over 28 000 students, with slightly over 10% being international students.
    • Travellers will see this historic hospital which was the first to carry out a human heart transplant in the world in December 1967. It was carried out by Dr Christian Barnard and a team of 12 other doctors.
    • This is the place which experienced forced removals from 1968 as the area was declared to be white only by the Government of Apartheid in 1966.
What's Included
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Registered and Accredited Tourist Guide/Driver
  • Pick up from your hotel and drop off after the tour
  • Entry Fees to Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope R340pp Adults Half Price Kids
  • Toll Fees at Chapman's Peak Drive
What's Excluded
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities
  • Any optional activities like the seal island boat ride and the funicular
  • Entry Fees to Boulder's Beach Penguin Colony R170pp Adults Half price kids
Know before you go
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not suitable for pets
  • We pick up travellers from Hotels, Air BnB, Lodges, and Guest Houses in Cape Town City. We also do pick-ups from the Cape Town Cruise terminal at the V & A Waterfront
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