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Cape Point & Table Mountain Tour

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Trip at a Glance

  • Company

    African Wanderer Tours & Safaris

  • Locations

    Cape Town, South Africa

  • Activities

    Private Tour, Sightseeing

  • Price
    Custom Price
  • Duration

    1 Day

  • Departure Day(s) and Time(s)

    07:45 AM

  • Starting Location

    Cape Town


  • Cape Point - The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
  • Table Mountain


Trip Info

Experience a scenic drive through Sea Point, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay to Hout Bay where an optional trip to Seal Island can be arranged. The spectacular Chapman’s Peak drive is breathtaking and will lead us to Cape Point – The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, undoubtedly one of the Cape’s biggest attractions.

Situated at the most southern point of the Cape Peninsula, and flanked by the cold Atlantic ocean on the west and the warm Indian ocean on the east, it is noted for its abundant floral diversity. The reserve has a spectacular coastline, with Cape Point boasting the highest sea cliffs in South Africa. A funicular takes visitors up to the highest vantage point – or you may decide to walk.

A visit to a penguin colony at Boulders and lunch at the Fish Hoek Galley Restaurant is optional. Then proceed to Simons Town, the Constantia wine valley and the Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

Table Mountain has become over the centuries one of South Africa’s best known landmarks. The famous flat top is approximately 3 km wide and its highest point 1 086m above sea level. The summit can be reached by a cable car with a revolving floor for panoramic views.

Your adventure awaits!

African Wanderer Tours & Safaris

Offering guided tours and Safaris in South Africa.

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