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8-Hour Cape Of Good Hope Bo-Kaap Penguins Full-Day Shared Tour Excluding Entry Fees

08 Hours

  • Visit the Cape of Good Hope
  • See a blue flag beach in Cape Town
  • Catch sight of the antelopes, wildebeests, and zebras

This is a very informative and enjoyable tour. There is a lot of sightseeing and history which is attached to this tour. There is an interesting bird and plant life and amazing wildlife. This tour takes the travellers through several blue flag beaches, interesting photo stops, and fun along the way. Not to mention the food and Dutch colonial architecture. Travellers are also taken to one of the very few places in the world which have been declared to have the freshest air. There is amazing art and craft along the way and valuable ostrich products. Not to mention several sites for shipwrecks and hiking trails. There are tidal pools and much more.

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    • Travellers will have the opportunity to take great photos of the colourful houses. Learn the history of the Malay Quarter and its culture. Take a walk in this attractive neighbourhood. See the Mosques and explore the stone-cobbled streets.
    • Travellers will see one of the ten blue flag beaches in Cape Town. Beaches are divided from numbers 1 to 4. They will drive past some of the most expensive residential properties in South Africa.
    • The most popular beach in Cape Town. It has trendy coffee shops, restaurants and bars. Nestled in the heart of expensive residential areas. With the amazing backdrop of The Twelve Apostles. Travellers will stop for an amazing photo shoot in an area where several movies have been shot.
    • The quaint village which is home to the biggest fishing industry in Cape Town. Travellers have the opportunity to take a 45-minute ferry to Seal Island, where they can see more than one thousand seals at one time. Take a walk at the harbour and shop for art and craft or grab a cup of coffee. This is the place which has got the freshest fish and chips in town.
    • Travellers have got the opportunity to take great photos. They will enjoy the scenery, and whales can be seen during the winter season. Learn about the rock formation of Table Mountain. Also, explore this scenic drive which has 142 curves and the history of this architectural feat.
    • Explore the most historic location in South Africa. Explore the amazing wildlife, which includes the African baboon, Wild Beast, Antelope and Zebras, among others. This place is home to more than 1200 plant species which is dominated by the Fyn boss. There is a wide range of bird species. It is also the location of several shipwrecks. This is the site of the Funicular and the historic Lighthouse- one of the oldest on the South African coast. This is one of the few places in the world which has been declared to have the freshest air. Hence the setting up of the Global Watch Research Station.
    • Visit the southwestern tip of Africa. There is amazing scenery that includes beaches, bird life and seals. You can also hike up the cliff for an amazing aerial view of the surroundings. Visitors will also see the blue flag beach named after Bartholomew Diaz. They will also see some of the biggest seaweed in the world.
    • Explore one of the oldest settlements in South Africa- established in 1652. Home to the South African Navy and several museums. In winter, travellers are also able to see the whales. Explore the residential area, which has been declared a national heritage with amazing old colonial Dutch architecture. It is also a place with the second-biggest fishing industry in Cape Town. You can also see the War ships and fishing boats.
    • Come face to face with the African penguin. You have the opportunity to take selfies with these adorable flightless birds. Take a walk on the wooden boardwalk and explore the penguin houses. There is also an opportunity to paddle with the penguins.
    • Drive past Pollsmoor prison, where Nelson Mandela spent part of his 27 years of his imprisonment. This is considered one of the most dangerous prisons in the world.
    • One of the most historic, most popular and most visited wine regions in South Africa. It is in this area that the first wine was produced in South Africa. This is home to some of the most expensive residential areas in South Africa. Nestled at the foot of Constantia hills.
    • Tourists will drive by the number 1 university in Africa. With a student population of over 28 thousand. There is also Cecil John Rhodes' memorial in the background and the State President's residence in Cape Town.
    • In the books of history as the first place to carry out the first-ever human heart transplant in the world in 1967. Currently being used by the University of Cape Town as a Medical School.
What's Included
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Registered and accredited Tourist Guide
  • Pick up from your hotel and drop off after the tour
  • Bottled water
  • Toll fees
What's Excluded
  • Entry fees to Cape Point (up to R340/pp). Penguins (up to R170/pp),
  • Optional activities like seals (up to R100/pp) and Funacular at Cape Point (up to R85/pp)
  • Lunch
  • Gratuities
Know before you go
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not suitable for pets
  • Travellers must wait for us in the hotel lobby, and those from the Cape Town Cruise Ship Terminal must be by the entrance. We also do pickups from the Silo Hotel at the V & A Waterfront

French, Portuguese, English

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