This tour combines two highlight tours of Cape Town – Cape Peninsula Cape of Good Hope Tour with indigenous Fynbos plans and amazing view. Lunch stop on the beach and wine testing and at Constantia wine farms – most oldest farmland in South Africa. Bike rides in the natures reserves.
Hotel or location of your choice in Cape Town
30 Minutes Before Event Time
Driving along the coast of the Cape Peninsula, washed by Atlantic Ocean with amazing vies.
Bike or bus ride (depends on your choice) through Cape of Good Hope Peninsula.
You will be visiting the most Southwest point of the African continent, called the Cape of Good Hope or Cape of Storms, as earlier name given by early Portuguese travelers.
Lunch Stop at the beach and testing good wines at Constantia wine farms.
Drive through Atlantic seaboard areas famous as millionaires mile due to the very pricy land and views in this area- Sea Point, Bantry Bay, Clifton Camps Bay. Stop at the Maidens Cove view point for photos of Camps bay beach and 12 Apostles mountain range.
We will stop at the top of the historical road built on the slops of the mountain to enjoy views and take pictures
We will drive thorough entrance of the Cape Point Nature Reserve and we stop for you to get on the bike ride we if you wish or you can continue staying on the bus to get to the highlight stop -Cape of Good Hope – Famous Cape got its name from Portuguese King Juan. Previously untamed storms and ocean caused many shipwrecks.
You will enjoy views of the Cape of Good Hope and have time to take a pic with famous sign here.
Our next stop is Cape Point – one more of the historical places where you can enjoy walks to the old and the new lighthouse and take lots of pictures of this picturesque area.
We will stop for an hour lunch break as you will need to fill up your energy – you can choose in between something small to eat – or proper sit-down lunch. Your tour guide will advise you best place to do so.
Next our visit will be African Jackass Penguin Colony at the Boulders Beach in Simon’s Town. This is smallest colony of endangered penguin species. Absolutely natural inhabitant. They making their nests in the sand and going to catch a fish to eat. You can enjoy viewing different age African Penguins depends of the season you visit. There are more then 3000 penguins in this colony.
Next on our agenda will be wine testing at Steenberg wine farm – one of the best wine farms in South Africa – some good reds&whites and bubbly!