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- Duration: 9 Hrs
Departure Time :
7:30 AM Hotel pickups commence prior to this time
Departure Details :
Traveler pickup is offered
Pick up from all hotels, Airbnb and guest houses in Cape Town CBD, V&A Waterfront and Atlantic Seaboard. We also collect from Cape Town Cruise Terminal.
Return Details :
Returns to original departure point at approximately 6:00pm
Cancellation Policy : For a full refund, cancel at least 24 hours in advance of the start date of the experience. Tours booked using discount coupon codes will be non refundable.
All tours are owner-operated! Up to 7can be accommodated ontour. Booking is blocked after 2nd people book tour. This way we keep it small and personal with 2-4 on tour. This full day tour will take you right around the beautiful Cape Peninsula, past the world-famous Clifton and Camps Bay beaches, through Hout Bay and along Chapman's peak drive. Stop to seeostriches before having tea at Cape of good hope before venturing to see Cape point Lighthouse. This is followed by seeing penguins at Boulders beach after which we will have lunch inSimon's Town. Tour continues over Boyes Drive with view of False Bay and quick stop at the Shark Spotters lookout. Last part of the tour is the Constantia Valley wine route where we visit one the finest wine estates for a tasting session.
Excellent value for money
Small-group tour by minibus
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This is a typical itinerary for this product
Pass By: Cape town Stadium (Green Point Stadium), Cape town Central, Western Cape
Tour starts in the city and first point of interest is passing the stadium build for 2010 Fifa World Cup Football.
Stop At: Camp's Bay Beach, Camps Bay, Western Cape
Our first stop 15 minutes after leaving the city will be at Maidens Cove where you will have the chance to take a pic or two of the magnificent Camps bay beach and Twelve apostles which continues along the back of Table mountain.
Duration: 10 minutes
Pass By: Llandudno beach, Llandudno, Western Cape
Beautiful Llundudno is also where the rich and famous stays. Formula One World Champion, Michael Schumacher use to spend time here at his private holiday home.
Pass By: Clifton beaches, Cape town Central, Western Cape
We drive through Clifton which is considered to be the most expensive real estate in Africa, with properties reaching USD17,000,000 The 4 small beaches 1st to 4th is the place to be during the summer months.
Stop At: Chapman's peak drive, Western Cape
Rated as one of the most scenic drives in the world. This 13km long pass with it's 114 bends and turns was constructed from 1915-1922. We will stop at the look out point with views over Hout bay, Duiker island Seal Colony and Kommetjie.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Noordhoek beach, Noordhoek, Western Cape
This must be the biggest beach in the Western Cape. Popular for horse riding and surfing. From the vantage point above the beach you can see as far as False Bay.
Duration: 5 minutes
Pass By: Hout bay, Cape Town Central, Western Cape
Hout Bay was a popular place back in 1652 when the Dutch came to set up a replenishment station in Cape Town. They use to fetch timber from there to mend ships and use for construction. Today it is a small fishing boat harbour.
Pass By: Slangkop Point Lighthouse, Kommetjie, Western Cape
Build during the 1st World War and put to work straight after the war in 1919
Stop At: Cape of good hope, Table mountain national park, Western Cape
When you come to Cape Town then this is a must see. The park has 1094 indigenous Plant species, a few animals namely, Bontebok, Eland, Zebra, Ostrich, Duiker, Caracal, Baboons etc. If you here during August to December then you are sure to see some beautiful flowers in bloom. We will go to the most southwestern point of Africa where you will be served tea & coffee plus a biscuit/cookie. Known as the Cape of Storms the ocean around here is always a beautiful sight.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Long beach, Kommetjie, Western Cape
If you're a surfer then you would of heard of this beach before. Popular little village during the hippie era and still a very laidback place. We will have our first toilet break here (because it's clean) and stand on the wooden deck capturing the beauty of this place and watch a surfer or two doing their magic on the waves.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Cape point ostrich farm, Cape Town Central, Western Cape
This is the fun stop of the tour. Visit the shop where they sell all the beautiful products made from ostrich leather, painted shells etc. The fun starts when you have the opportunity to feed the ostriches. This provides lots of laughs and good photo opportunities.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Old Cape point Lighthouse, Cape point, Western Cape
We go up to the lighthouse on the only commercial funicular in Africa. Once at the top we climb 114 steps to the old lighthouse 238m above sea-level build 1859 from where you will be spoilt with the most spectacular views in Cape Town. From one of the other vantage points you can catch a glimpse of the new lighthouse from 1919, once the most powerful in the world with 19 million candle power.
Duration: 45 minutes
Stop At: Seaforth beach, Simon's Town, Western Cape
Lunch is in walking distance from penguin colony. Normally at Seaforth Restaurant, but this changes depending on dietary requirements or seating available.
Duration: 40 minutes
Stop At: Boyes Drive, Muizenberg, Western Cape
A quick stop on Boyes Drive at the Shark Spotters hut for a view down to Muizenberg beach. This is also the end of False Bay and from here you can see Cape Point and Hangklip on the other side of the bay. From June to November whale sightings is a possibility.
Duration: 10 minutes
Stop At: Constantia Valley, Constantia, Western Cape
One of the 9 wine routes in South Africa with its 11 estates you can visit for a tasting. We will visit one of these fine estates where you will have a choice of tasting whites and reds. The area is know for its Sauvignon cultivar which loves the cool sea breeze blowing from False Bay during the summer months. After a lazy afternoon of tasting we will head back to the city where you will be dropped off around 5 at your hotel or other accommodation.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Boulders beach Penguin Colony, Simon's Town, Western Cape
A must see when in Cape Town. African penguins started this colony in 1982 and today there is just over 2000 birds at this beach. November/December it gets a bit smelly with most of the birds being in their malting stage for 3 weeks long. These birds are on the protected species list and numbers are sadly still dropping. They always provide a good laugh with their funny waddle and strange things they get up to.
Duration: 30 minutes
Morning tea and biscuits
Chapman's Peak toll-fee
Wine tasting at a Constantia Valley wine estate (5 wines)
Live commentary on board
Small-group tour maximum 7 guests
Transport - 2017 Ford Tourneo Custom, air-conditioned minivan
Hotel pickup and drop-off
Entry/Admission - Cape Point Ostrich Farm
Entry/Admission - Old Cape Point Lighthouse
Entry/Admission - Constantia Valley
Entry/Admission - Boulders Beach Penguin Colony
Food and drinks, unless specified
Entrance fees to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve (Cape Point) ZAR303.00
Entry/Admission - Cape of Good Hope
Entry/Admission - Seaforth Beach
Confirmation will be received at time of booking
A maximum of 7 people per booking, but blocked after 4-5 booked
A small amount of walking is involved and stairs up to Cape Point lighthouse
Operates in all weather conditions, please dress appropriately
Please note that due to unforeseen roadworks or road closures, alternative routes may be used
This tour/activity will have a maximum of 7 travelers
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A fantastic tour with a great host. The day was planned to perfection with nothing being too much trouble for our host, Ian. Lots of care was taken by Ian to make sure that the day was special for us. I cannot recommend this enough.
We loved this trip. Our driver (and the owner) Ian was incredible. Very knowledgable and very kind. The pace of the trip was great. It sounds like a lot of stops, but it's just right. He knows how to beat the tourist buses and has all the connections. He offers to take pictures wherever. We parked at Cape Point and he made us hot chocolate and coffee with biscuits. It was beautiful. Would definitely tour with him again.
This was one of the greatest tours i have ever went on in the world. Ian was Awesome! He went out of his way to provide the best guided tour fit for us and he had extensive knowledge Great vehicle with AC. Beat the crowds. Our tour wound up being just our party of 2 Better than any other tour in Capetown! Never felt rushed. Brought us to a great place to eat and even brewed up some tea and coffee. May be a little more than the dumb guided bus tours BUT WELL WORTH IT. When I am back, I will surely book again with AFRICANMOON! We saw everything capetown had to offer Thank you IAN from your New York guests. I wish i could post photos because we were able to take so many incredible Ones. A++++++++++++
A fun day spent at Cape Point and short wine tasting which was perfect for us. The highlight of the tour was definately the penguins at Simon's Town. A day well spent!
Ian is a well informed, well spoken, relaxed guide. I highly recommend this ttour. The pace was comfortable. The sights were magical. Wonderful day!
Ian from African Moon Adventures picked us up right on time and took us for an amazing day along the Cape and for wine tasting! We made many stops driving through the Cape so we could take pictures. Ian new the best places to stop and the scenery was incredible. The drive along the coast is absolutely breathtaking. Ian told us about all the different bays we were stopping at, Camps Bay, Hout Bay, Noordhoek, kommetjie where we saw surfers, cape point, False Bay, etc... we stopped at an ostrich farm where we got to hand feed them! Then we went to Cape Point and Ian even made us tea and coffee with biscuits at the south western most point! What a great memory! We then went up the funicular, just a short ride, to the top lighthouse. The views were incredible and Ian was more than happy to take way to many pictures of us. We then headed to Simons Town to see the penguins! That was so great and again the view was incredible. We then had lunch at a local restaurant which was nice and had a view as well. We stopped at a few more places to see a shark spotting point and then to see a couple seals close up on a market pier! We then went in search of wine! We had four wine tastings at Constantia Glen. The backdrop was beautiful and we sat outside in the perfect afternoon weather. Ian then dropped us back at our hotel. It was a great day and great memory. Thanks so much Ian!
We were lucky and had the tour all to ourselves with the owner, Ian. Ian was fantastic, very informative and personable, and genuinely fun to be with. He took us on a tour down the coast, in the opposite direction most tours operate, so the timing allowed us to enjoy the activities with minimal other tourists jam packing the site. Lovely towns along the coast, a stop at the Cape Reserve and Cape of Good Hope where we saw the lighthouse and baboons walking around, fed the ostriches at an ostrich farm, enjoyed the penguins up close at Boulder Beach and finished the day at a lovely winery for tastings. Ian even tailgated on the beach at the Cape, with tea and biscuits, brewed up on a hot plate. It was typical of the thoughtful touches he put on the tour. We highly recommend Ian and African Moon Adventures!
Wonderful! And our guide was truly a well of information, kind, and flexible. Highly recommend this tour.
This was an excellent trip. Guide was very good and helpful - managing to escape the very long queues into the cape peninsula.