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Our Cape Point tours are all run as private tours. The tours usually start between 8 and 9am with pickups from your hotel in Cape Town or surrounds and you can expect to be back at your hotel between 5 and 6pm. Traveling times and routes cannot be guaranteed and we reserve the right to swop or change direction of the tour if circumstances beyond our control dictate the day's proceedings. Personalised tour times may be requested.

• Private Cape Point Tours (minimum 2 adults) 
R 1300 pp
Children rates apply. Please note when enquiring  
Discounts are available for larger groups or families  
Tours with 2 guests may take place in sedan-type vehicles  
Includes: Qualified Driver Guide / Air-Con. Vehicle / Fuel /
Toll Fees / Cape Point entrance / Penguins entrance
Excludes: Meals, drinks, optional Cape Point funicular (tram shuttle, under R80 pp) and personal purchases or optional activities  
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Highlights and Itinerary

- Drive through Green Point, Sea Point
- Drive through famous Clifton and Camp's Bay
- A View of The 12 Apostles Mountain Range
- Refreshment stop at Hout Bay harbour for a few minutes to explore the markets
- Optional Seal boat at Hout Bay Harbour (around R100 pp, subject to weather and availability)
- The scenic Chapman's peak Drive (weather dependent)
- Drive past the seaside villages of Noordhoek and Kommetjie
- Optional Ostrich Farm visit
- Cape Point Nature Reserve
- Take-away lunches available at Cape Point. Personalised sit-down lunch requests can be made..
- Cape Point Light House / Cape Peninsula
- Simon's Town and penguins at Boulder's Beach
- Boyes Drive - Views of Muizenberg
- Back to Cape Town
- Optional Wine Tasting
- Optional Kirstenbosch Botanical Garden

Cape Point tours take in all the important and scenic sights of the Cape Town Peninsula in one full day. We first travel from the City via Bantry Bay, Clifton, Camps Bay to Hout Bay Harbour and make a stop along the way for a photo opportunity of The 12 Apostles mountain range. At Hout Bay harbour some time is spent exploring the harbour, its markets and possibly a few seals playing around. Seal Boat tours from Hout Bay could be done as an optional activity here (subject to weather and availability).

From Hout Bay we make our way to Chapman's Peak mountain pass with high, endless views over Hout Bay and the Cape Town peninsula. Unfortunately this road is weather dependent so it might be closed during bad weather or recent rainfalls. During whale season from June to November a whale or two might be visible around this spot.

We then drive past the quaint seaside villages of Noordhoek and Kommetjie, and our journey continues towards Cape Point Nature Reserve and the Lighthouse viewpoint. At Cape Point one can walk or take the funicular up to the look-out point for a panoramic view of the dramatic South Western edge of Africa. A take-away lunch can be enjoyed at The Cape Point kiosk on guests' own account or requests to have a sit-down lunch at any restaurant. Optional Ostrich farm tours may be requested at this point.

We then travel from Cape Point to the Boulder's Beach Penguins where a viewing of these flightless birds can be done. Leaving Simon's Town, we travel via Boyes Drive which overlooks Muizenberg back to Cape Town. On the way to Cape Town you could have an optional wine tasting or visit Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardn if time allows.


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Cape Point can be found along the Cape Peninsula as it dramatically curves into the ocean offering breathtaking views across the mighty Atlantic ocean. For ages it has created a difficult route for ships traveling around Cape Town, with many crashing into the rugged shorelines by merciless winds and waves. It must be noted that Cape Point is not the meeting place of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. The Indian Ocean isn't visible from Cape Town and one must take a 2 - 3 hour drive to Cape Agulhas to view the official, geographical meeting point of the Two Oceans.

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