Cape Point Tours

Cape Point, a nature reserve at the southernmost tip of the Cape Peninsula, was traditionally believed to be the meeting point of two of the world’s great oceans, the Atlantic and Indian. With its unspoiled beaches and sprawling grasslands filled with wildlife, Cape Point is an important stop in any Cape Town adventure.

Wanderer’s Cape Point Tour begins at Kirstenbosch Botanical gardens, a sprawling showcase for the Cape Floral kingdom – the richest in the world. We then take you on a pictuaresque drive along the peninsula’s False Bay coast and its many historical villages and towns, including the surfing haven Muizenburg, The harbour and fish market at Kalk Bay, the sandy beaches of Fish Hoek, the home of the South African Navy in Simon’s Town, and the famous Boulders Beach, with its colony of African penguins. Finally we reach Cape Point, where you will enjoy sightings of baboons and sprinboks, impressive views from the landmark lighthouse, and perhaps a dip in the refreshing seawater. 

The return journey to the city-centre will take you along the glamorous Atlantic Seaboard, South Africa’s answer to the French Riviera, with its winding mountain roads, ocean views, magnificent cliff-top mansions, and the world famous beaches at Clifton and Camps Bay.

Wanderer’s Cape Point Tour is an unmissable experience for any visitor to Cape Town. Contact us for more information.

Tour Duration 7-8 Hours
Included:
  1. Entrance to Cape Point/ Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve 
  2. Entrance to Boulders Beach
  3. Penguin Colony
Optional Extra’s:
  1. Seal Island Boat Cruise: R 100 pp
  2. Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens: R 70 pp
  3. Wine Tasting at Cape Point Vineyard: R 55 pp for 5 wines
  4. Food and wine pairing at Cape Point Vineyards: R 140 pp
  5. Cape Point Funicular: R65 per adult/R25 per child
Meal Options:
  1. Lunch at Cape Point Restaurant
  2. Picnic lunch R 395 per basket, serves 2
  3. Food and wine pairing at Cape Point Vineyards: R 140 pp

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