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The Cape of Good Hope (Afrikaans: die Kaap van Goeie Hoop, Portuguese: Cabo Da Boa Esperanza) is a rocky headland on The Atlantic Coast of The Cape Peninsula. There is a misconception that the Cape of Good Hope is the southern-most tip of Africa, because it was once believed to be the dividing point between The Atlantic and The Indian oceans. Come and join us exploring this rugged coastline along The False Bay Coast and The Atlantic Ocean to see whether this is true or false.

Pick-up time: 8:30am

Drop off time: 17:30pm

Highlights of the day:

  • Rhodes Memorial overlooking the Cape Flats
  • Muizenberg Beach with the Color full houses on the beach and also St. James Beach
  • A visit to Simons Town and also time to explore the markets
  • African Penguins at Bolders Beach
  • Optional Lunch (for your own account)
  • Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point Light House
  • Funicular use (optional) or slow walk to get to the Cape Point Light House
  • Ostrich Farm along the route back (optional)
  • Scarborough, Misty Cliffs and also Kommetjie
  • Noordhoek Valley, Long Beach and Chapmans Peak Mountain Drive
  • Houtbay, Llandudno, The Twelve Apsotles and also Camps Bay
  • Return drop off at your accommodation in Cape Town


  • Qualified tour guide, private vehicle and fuel for the day
  • Entrance fees to African Penguins, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve & Chapmans Peak Toll
  • Excludes fees to optional entrances and lunch for the day
  • Prices are valid until September 2019
2 people 3 people 4 people 5 people 6 people
 R2350 p/p  R2150 p/p  R1950 p/p  R1750 p/p  R1550 p/p

You can also book a private vehicle, qualified tour guide and fuel excluding all entrance fees:

  • 3 Seater Sedan Vehicle @ R3950 for the day from 08:30am until 17:30pm
  • 7 Seater Minibus VW Kombi @ R4950 for the day from 08:30am until 17:30pm

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