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Pass By: Camp's Bay Beach, Victoria Road Parking: what3words ///nibs.mazelike.swaying, Camps Bay 8005 South Africa
Known for its fine white sand, natural rock swimming pool and views of the Twelve Apostles mountains. Behind the beach, posh seafood restaurants, mellow cafes and cocktail bars with patios overlook the promenade. Nearby, Promenade Mall has boutiques selling fashion and beachwear, while the intimate Theatre on the Bay stages drama, musicals and comedy.
Stop At: Hout Bay Beach, Hout Bay South Africa
Hout Bay is the base port to rich marine life and offers some of the finest yellowfin tuna, longfin tuna, and yellowtail fishing in the world along with a huge variety of pelagic sea birds with many different species been sighted at different times of the year.
You have the option to add onto to the Peninsula experience, a ± 40 Minute cruise to a small island situated off the coast of Hout Bay, where you will see a small colony of seals occupying the island at your own cost. (This is not included in price)
The harbour has restaurants, fresh fish outlets and craft stores, with views of the bay and boat rides to Duiker Island and around The Sentinel. The Hout Bay Harbour market happens offers handmade arts and crafts that can be bought, and a range of foods is available.
Duration: 1 hour
Stop At: Chapman's Peak Drive, Hout Bay Road Between Noordhoek and Hout Bay, 7872 South Africa
Our second stop will be Chapman's peak for a quick photo stop at the top of Chapman’s Peak Drive. A spectacular road with a spectacular view.
Duration: 30 minutes
Stop At: Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point Rd, Table Mountain National Park 8001 South Africa
Our third stop, The Cape of Good Hope is at the southern tip of the Cape Peninsula, about 2.3 kilometers (1.4 mi) west and a little south of Cape Point on the south-east corner. This is the most Southern West point of Africa.
With its diverse habitat, ranging from rocky mountain tops to beaches and open sea, the Cape of Good Hope is home to at least 250 species of birds including one of the two mainland colonies of African penguins, baboon and rare antelope called Bontebok.
You may choose to have lunch at the Two Oceans Restaurant, do let us know in advance so we can book for you. Or grab something small at the tuckshop next door. (This is not included in cost)
Duration: 3 hours
Stop At: Boulders Beach Penguin Colony, Simon's Town 7995 South Africa
Our fourth stop, Boulders Beach is a sheltered beach made up of inlets between granite boulders, from which the name originated. It is in the Cape Peninsula, near Simon's Town towards Cape Point. It is a popular place due to the colony of African penguins which settled there in 1982. These African penguins are only found on the coastlines of Southern Africa - (South Africa & Namibia). One of the only places in the world that you can swim alongside penguins.
Duration: 2 hours
Stop At: Jubilee Square & Jetty, Simon's Town, St George's Street Jubilee Square, Simon's Town 7995 South Africa
Scenic square offering water views, restaurants & shops, plus a Saturday crafts market & monuments.
ou could have lunch here if you choose not to have lunch at Cape Point, there are about 3 different restaurant.
Duration: 1 hour
Pass By: Muizenberg Beach, Beach Rd, Cape Town Central 7950 South Africa
Muizenburg is famous for its rows brightly coloured Victorian beach changing huts.
being one of the best surfing and body-boarding spots on the Cape Peninsula thanks to consistent waves. Muizenburg is also a suitable beach to learn to surf as the waves are known for their consistency rather than their size.
The sleepy town of Muizenburg is still lined with the mansions of its Victorian glory days past and the beach has good facilities, a visitor centre, shops, restaurants and adventure and surf activity operators. It’s also a great beach for children, with warmer water that can reach a balmy 22 deg in summer and generally calm waters. The long beach is also well patrolled by lifeguards.