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The Peninsula Tour from Cape Town

Highlights
  • Enjoy a tour of Cape Town’s Peninsula
  • See popular points of interest
  • Escape from the hustle of city life for a day
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The Peninsula Tour from Cape Town
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The Peninsula Tour from Cape Town
USD 73.71
Overview
Discover the wonders of Cape Town — from the pristine, white-sand beaches to landmark locations and beyond — on a guided, full-day tour of Cape Peninsula. Explore this capital city of South Africa. See the popular nature reserve Cape Point, plus Simon’s Town, Seal Island, Muizenberg, the famous Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens, and much more.
What to Expect
On this full-day tour, travel around the entire Cape Peninsula, located at the far southwestern portion of the African continent. Cape Point, South Africa and the Cape of Good Hope are situated at the southern end of the peninsula.

Travel to Clifton and Camps Bay along the Atlantic Seaboard. These pristine white-sand beaches feature crystal clear waters, making them extremely popular with both local residents and visitors.

Visit the small fishing village of Hout Bay, which features a beach, fresh seafood, busy markets, and a plethora of restaurants. This suburb is a must-see location on any Cape Town tour. Also, consider stopping to see the thousands of seals that inhabit the aptly named Seal Island.

Cape Point, of course, is the popular local nature reserve and one of the most famous landmarks in Cape Town. Located at the very tip of the peninsula, with the Indian Ocean on one side and the Atlantic Ocean on the other, the region is highlighted by rugged cliffs, lush fynbos, and vast open spaces.

Elsewhere, there’s Simon’s Town, home to the South African Navy; Kalk Bay, featuring a variety of shops, bakeries, restaurants; the popular surf spot Muizenberg; the famous Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, widely considered one of the great botanic gardens in the world, and more.
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1 - 5 of 14 reviews

Reviewed 1 July 2018 via mobile
Tour Operations needs desparate help; guide was great

I split my rating into two parts: 1 star rating to the operations and people running the schedules and pickups. Very inefficient. It took 1 hour and 10 minutes of waiting and driving around in city center. And we only had a total of 5...More

Thank ckwokers
Reviewed 26 June 2018
Disappointing rushed tour of the Cape

With 2 days in Cape Town, our hotel recommended this company to do a day trip to the Cape of Good Hope. They picked us up at 8am and were quite efficient with various pickups and getting on the way (9 in a mini bus)....More

Thank Linda T
Reviewed 31 May 2018
Good overall tour

We did 2 full day tours with this company, the peninsula tour first which we found very interesting, great views and reasonable time at Boulders beach Cape Point etc. Our guide Cornelia was excellent. Very pleasant, good sense of humour and very informative. She reads...More

Thank JBtravelmad59
Reviewed 17 May 2018 via mobile
Good tour, average guide

The views of cape town are unbeatable and this tour gives a good dose of them. Decent amount of time at boulder beach to see the Penguins and at cape point. Camps bay etc are just drive by and really depends on the weather. I...More

1  Thank kasu19
Reviewed 2 May 2018
Good full day tour to see main attractions of peninsula

We had a full day with informative and friendly guide Cornelia. Visited Penguin Colony, Seal island, Cape point, Cape good hope and botanic gardens.. Minivan clean, comfortable and air conditioned. Little hard to see everything out windows as they are a bit low but this...More

Thank myno1tips
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