First stop is at the Penguins colony, where you will see these delightful creatures up close roaming freely on the beach. Next stop is at Cape Point, a very popular landmark and the official meeting point of Two Ocean currents. Thereafter expect spectacular views of the famous Chapman’s Peak scenic drive.
At your hotel
Boulder's Bay in Simon's Town shelters a breeding colony of more than 2,000 endangered African Penguins. Visitors can experience up-close encounters with these charismatic creatures, in a breathtaking environment.
Cape Point lies within the southernmost tip of Table Mountains National Park and is part of the Cape Floral Region, a UNESCO World Heritage Site and one of the richest areas of flora in the world. You can hike up the stairs to the top or take the Flying Dutchman funicular to enjoy the view from the Cape Point lighthouse.
A World Heritage Site and protected Nature Reserve where one finds vast natural beauty, vegetation and rich biodiversity. Expect to see ostrich, zebras and baboons roam freely.
Noordhoek is well known for its long white sandy beach, vast wetlands and an ancient milkwood forest. After visiting Cape Point, you can enjoy lunch at one of Noordhoek restaurants (if you would like).
Chapman's Peak Drive is one of the most breathtaking driving routes in the world. The road is open every day - except during severe weather events. This is not a route for those prone to motion sickness.
At your hotel
Hotel pick up and drop off
Professional tour guide/driver
Food and drinks (own expense)
It is recommended to wear comfortable shoes for hiking