Full-Day Nature Tour From Cape Point To Boulder's Beach
Enjoy the breathtaking views from the highest sea cliffs in Africa. Get a good view of Cape Town from Cape Point, the Cape Peninsula's tip, famous for its ocean views, the Cape Point lighthouse, and flora and fauna. A visit to Boulders Beach is a must, as this remains the only place in the world where one can get up close to African Penguins.
Visit Cape Point to view Cape Town
Visit the tip of the Cape Peninsula
Witness indigenous flora and fauna
Trip to Boulders Beach to see African Penguins
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Visit the Cliffs of Cape point expand_more
- Explore the Cape Point Nature Reserve. Encompassing 7750 hectares of rich and varied flora along its 40 km coastline extends from Schuster's Bay in the west to Smitswinkel Bay in the east. Cape Point's headland consists of three promontories: the Cape of Good Hope, Cape Maclear, and Cape Point. More than 200m above the sea, the cliffs of Cape Point provide the perfect lookout spot for whales, prevalent between May and November.
Travel to Boulders Beach expand_more
- Have lunch and then visit Boulders Beach. This beach remains the only place in the world where one can get up close to African Penguins. Penguin viewing is made easier by boardwalks that lead visitors across the beaches as well as to an information center, which is managed by SANParks.
Cruise down the Chapman's Peak Drive expand_more
Drive along Chapman’s Peak Drive on the Atlantic Coast between Hout Bay and Noordhoek in the Cape Peninsula. This is one of the most spectacular marine drives in the world. Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately known as “Chappies” and is a must for anyone who is passionate about the majestic scenery of Cape Town.
False Bay is the backdrop to most of this day. It’s a world of looming crags and cliffs, mountain passes, lots of beaches (some secluded, others wide and panoramic), and an ocean full of great white sharks visiting southern right whale pods, seals, and fish, including snoek, which is popular to eat.
On the mountain slopes, sometimes within spitting distance from homes, troops of wily Peninsula baboons roam, while kestrels, hawks, and buzzards fly in the skies above.
Optional sites expand_more
For a fuller experience, choose one of these options:
A 40-minute boat cruise will allow you to see about 9000 Cape Fur Seals, all sitting on a small island off the coast of Hout Bay. Enjoy the breathtaking scenery. (This tour is not for people who suffer from seasickness)
Visit a working Ostrich farm - a must for all animal lovers.
Visit the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens - showcases all the Southern African flowers and trees; also offers excellent shopping opportunities. This tour is for nature and bird lovers.
All entrance fees
Qualified Cape Town guide
Seal Island cruise ticket
Entrance to Kirstenbosch, if this is chosen as part of the itinerary
Know before you go
We cannot guarantee the availability and schedule of third-party operators
We reserve the right to utilize the services of an alternative service provider
Please note that we cannot guarantee any specific animal sightings or interaction with animals as these animals are all in their natural habitat and wild. This also applies to any product where we advertise interaction with animals in conservation projects
We reserve the right to terminate tour services if children are not behaving properly or causing a disturbance
Third-party service provides may charge entrance fees charged for children under 12 years. In order to qualify for children’s rates (when available), the child must be accompanied by 2 adults on the tour.
Cape Town, South Africa
For cancellations upto 2 days before the tour -Refund of 80% of the tour price.
|The group size and price|
|7 To 7||ZAR 15695 Per Group|
This is a group tour
|Private Tour Price||ZAR 4500|