If you come on one of our Cape Peninsula private tours, you’ll definitely want to bring your camera or smartphone. This area offers some of the world’s most spectacular views, from quaint villages to steep mountains. It begins with a drive along the coast on the Atlantic side, passing through Camps Bay and Sea Point. On your full day capepeninsula tour, you’ll get to see the fur seals that populate the island, and you’ll come back to Cape Town via Fish Hoek, Simon’s Town and Muizenberg, with a potential stopover at Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. You’ll get to:
- See the white, sandy beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton
- Take in the sight of the Peaks of the Twelve Apostles
- Visit the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
- Potentially see the penguin colony or visit Seal Island
This 1 day Cape Peninsula tour will show you everything Cape Town has to offer, from lush gardens to pristine beaches. Read on to learn what to expect on your tour.
Seal Island and Hout Bay
The picturesque Hout Bay often feels like an entirely different town. Fresh seafood, beautiful beaches, a bustling marketplace and plentiful restaurants make Hout Bay a must-see on your Cape Peninsula tour itinerary; you can also elect to see the colony on Seal Island at an additional cost.
Cape Point and its nature reserve are some of Cape Town’s most well-known landmarks, and for a very good reason. At the peninsula’s tip, with the Atlantic on one side and the Pacific on the other, the area has rugged cliffs, wide open spaces and lush vegetation. In our opinion, none of our beautiful Cape Town private tours are complete without a stopover at Cape Point.
Included in the Cape Peninsula tour price is a registered guide, entrance fees to all attractions and parks, as well as transport in a comfortable, air conditioned vehicle. Call us or visit us online to learn about optional extras or to book your Cape Peninsula tour today.