Join us as we travel around the Cape Peninsula, named by early explorers as the ‘Fairest Cape’. On this tour you will encounter beautiful beaches, remarkable scenery, the mythical meeting place of the two oceans, local wildlife and world-famous botanical gardens.
This small island is a sanctuary for thousands of Cape Fur seals as well as a variety of seabirds. The trip back provides beautiful views of Hout Bay. This fun outing is particularly popular with children. A return trip lasts approximately forty minutes.
Cape of Good Hope is one of the two world-renowned landmarks within the Table Mountain National Park, the other is Table Mountain. This part of the park is home to an array of fynbos, over 250 species of birds, buck, baboons and Cape mountain zebra.
The Mother City has some of the most beautiful beaches in the world. The beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton are white and sandy offering spectacular views and sunsets.
The Cape Point Ostrich Farm was established in 1996 and turned into an ostrich breeding farm. Tours are facilitated on the farm.
Cape Point is situated on a peninsula known as the Cape Peninsula. At the very end of the peninsula the most south-western point of the African continent known as Cape Point. Within Cape Point the treacherous cliffs forming the most southwestern tip of Africa are some of the highest in the world and mark the spot where the cold Beguela current on the West coast and the warm Agulhus current on the East coast merge. Hop aboard the funicular and you’ll be whisked away on a scenic trip 238 metres above the ocean to where the old lighthouse keeps watch over the seas.
False Bay has one of the Cape Peninsula’s most tranquil and picturesque stretches of coastline. Known for its scenic beauty, it encompasses small seaside villages along coastline. The most popular small towns include the historical naval village of Simon’s Town, Muizenberg(known for its epic waves), St James (with its colourful huts), Kalk Bay (with great seafood restaurants), and Fish Hoek(with one of the best beaches).
Boulders Beach in Simons Town is home to the ‘Jackass’ African penguin now said to number over 3000, though the species as a whole is listed as endangered. Wooden walkways allow visitors to view the penguins in the natural habitat. Children will love the penguins and their antics!
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden founded in 1913 is world renowned for the beauty and diversity of the Cape flora it displays and for the magnificence of its setting against the eastern slopes of Table Mountain.