- Cape Point lighthouse walks
- Cape of Good Hope visit
- Coastal drive via Hout Bay
- The famous Chapmans Peak drive
- Boulders Penguin Colony
- Groot Constania Wine Estate
- Rhodes memorial.
Come with us on a day tour around the magnificent Cape Point peninsula, part of the Table Mountain National Park. This was how the cape looked 400 years ago. Pristine and unspoilt beaches along with a number of indigenous mammals and reptiles. On top of that are incredible views of the Cape Point cliff faces, Cape of Good Hope and the two oceans.
This drive will include whale watching in season. In the reserve we have the option of a number of beautiful walks discovering the fauna and flora of the mythical place where the two oceans meet or we can remain relaxed and take the time to drive to other highlights, such as the Boulders Penguins, Groot Constantia wine estate, Kirstenbosch Gardens or Rhodes memorial. There is an option to have lunch at the Reserve restaurant and to use the funicular up to the lighthouse. We return in the late afternoon by driving the spectacular False Bay coast road of the peninsula.
On the two day slack pack trail we walk a total of 15kms on the first day and 19 kms on the second day. Overnighting in the Park hiking huts close to Cape Point, where we have a barbecue in the evening and enjoy one of the most spectacular ocean views in the world. This is a magnificent round trip of the complete nature reserve. Be one of the handful that walks this trail and really experiences this natural wonder.
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