A Day at Cape Point

Also called Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve or Cape Peninsula Tour.
Drive via Hout Bay over Chapmans Peak Drive, stopping along the way for photos and to enjoy the spectacular views. Our first stop will be at Boulders at the Boulders Penguin Colony, an endangered land based colony of African penguins, one of the few in the world.

After our visit, we will then take a scenic coastal drive from Boulders to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. The reserve encompasses 7750 hectares of rich and varied flora and fauna with over 40kms of coastline. There are various routes to travel via foot or vehicle. We will stop off at the BuffelsfonteinVisitors Centre, which will give you a glimpse of the history of the reserve and its fauna and flora.

You may even come across some of the local animals like Antelope, Ostriches, Chacma Baboons and a variety of bird species.

We will visit the top light house and most South Westerly Point in Africa and end with a short hike on the Shipwreck route.
There are a number of hiking routes in the reserve you can choose from - depending on time and weather and fitness level.

Rating: 
Moderate
Time: 
8 hour tour
Attractions: 
Chapmans Peak Drive, Boulders Penguin colony, Cape of Good Hope nature reserve that encompasses 7750 hectares of rich and varied flora and fauna with 40km of coastline. Visit the most South Westerly point in Africa as well as the lighthouse that is perched on the edge of a soaring cliff rising a staggering 238 metres (780 ft) from the sea the never-ending blue of the sea, and the craggy twists and turns of the Peninsula’s edge.
Price: 
Single person R3200
Two to 2 people R1500pp
Price Valid until February 2020
Included: 
Transport and toll fees.
Not included: 
Entrance fee to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and Boulders Penguin Colony