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Cape Peninsula Tour Activities

Wild and unspoilt with spectacular views. Driving through the unforgettable wonders of the wild and unspoilt Southern Peninsula is a magical experience! Enjoy an exhilarating walk 238 metres above the ocean to the top of Cape Point, where you can admire the most breathtaking panoramic views.

Cape Point / Cape of Good Hope
From the lighthouse at the top of Cape Point, the southwestern tip of Africa, you can admire the most breathtaking panoramic views.[Cape Peninsula, Cape Point]
Scenic drive via Camps Bay and Clifton
Take a relaxing, scenic drive along the trendy Camps Bay and Clifton beaches on the Atlantic seaboard. The road behind the beach is lined with sidewalk cafes, restaurants and a few small grocery stores making snacks and lunch easily at hand.[Camps Bay, Clifton]
Chapmans Peak drive - when open
One of the most spectacular marine drives in the world! Chapman's Peak Drive winds it way between Noordhoek and Hout Bay on the Atlantic Coast on the south-western tip of South Africa. The twists and curves in the road seem endless and it is a photographers dream. It is a paradise for motorists, sightseers, picnickers, runners, hikers and bikers. [Hout Bay, Noordhoek]
Simonstown historic naval port
Explore the historical naval port of Simonstown Naval headquarters, including Jubilee Square . This quaint town offers a treasure trove of antique shops, coffee shops, art galleries, seaside restaurants, museums and a small working harbour.[Simonstown]
Scratch Patch and Mineral World
Sit down in a carpet of gemstones and buy the ones you choose - Scratch Patch is a treasure trove for children and a lot of fun. For the adults, a variety of gemstone products in Mineral World are for sale. The stones are tumble-polished on location in Simonstown in the biggest gemstone factory in the world that processes some 150 varieties of stones from all around the world.[Simonstown]
Penguins on Boulder's Beach
Visit the unique and endangered land-based colony of African penguins at Boulders Beach, Simonstown. [Simonstown, Boulders Beach]
Cape Point Ostrich Farm
Visit the Cape Point Ostrich Farm, a working farm where you can view ostriches, and purchase egg art and ostrich leather products.[Cape Point]
Silvermine Nature Reserve
Silvermine Nature Reserve is undoubtedly one of the best places in Cape Town to enjoy the outdoors, whether you are picnicking around the historical dam, hiking, climbing, bird watching or mountain biking.[HoutBay]
Boat ride to Seal Island
A 40-minute scenic excursion to Seal Island, home to a squad of blubbery, bewhiskered cape fur seals.[Seal Island, Hout Bay]
World of Birds
The World of Birds in Hout Bayis the largest bird park in Africa with over 3000 birds of 400 different species as well as small animals, monkeys and reptiles, providing you with an intimate, close experience with nature.[Hout Bay]
Hout Bay Harbour
Craft market in Hout Bay harbour - Visit a local craft market in Hout Bay harbour which sells an array of indigenous artefacts, including African curios, masks and beadwork. Spoil yourself by sampling the local cuisine. En route, enjoy the spectacular mountain views of the Twelve Apostles and the stunning beaches of Camps Bay and Clifton Beach.[Hout Bay]
Yacht Cruise
Experience the awe inspiring view of Table Mountain from the vantage point of a luxury yacht. Charters are tailor made according to a guests requirements and include a fully crewed yacht with catering and beverages.[Cape Town, Peninsula]
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden is acclaimed as one of the great botanic gardens of the world. Few gardens can match the sheer grandeur of the setting of Kirstenbosch, against the eastern slopes of Cape Town's Table Mountain More than just a garden, Kirstenbosch is part of a nature reserve. [Cape Town, Peninsula]
Constantia Valley
Discover Cape Town's most intimate wine route. Constantia Valley is the oldest wine-making region in the southern hemisphere, dating back to 1685. This wine route consists of nine wine farms, each with their own distinctive heritage and premier wines.[Cape Town, Peninsula]
Steenberg cycle wine farm tour
Enjoy a 2 hour cycle with wine tasting guided tour of the Steenberg vineyards followed by a gourmet picnic that includes a basket of delicious food, a bottle of the finest Steenberg bubbly or wine, and a wine tasting at the cellar afterwards.[Cape Town, Peninsula]
Luxury Shopping experience - Constantia Village
Synonymous with quality products and personalised service. Set in the heart of the Constantia Valley, The Constantia Village Shopping Centre offers the ultimate shopping experience - find everything from designer labels, interior decor, antiques and jewellery to traditional African art, fresh garden produce and home baked goods.[Cape Town, Peninsula]
Cape Malay cooking class
An exotic cuisine experience - enjoy your own private cooking class while you wine and dine with a top Cape Malay chef who will show you the ropes on how to use the spices in a unique, authentic and inspiring way... [Cape Town, Peninsula]
Wildlife Safari
Get up close to a large diversity of wildlife on your own African Safari. Only a few hours away from Cape Town - spend a few hours or days enjoying the ultimate in wildlife experience at game reserves in the Cape region. Exotic food and cultures can be enjoyed in this wild, malaria-free area. [Cape Town, Peninsula]
Fresh water fishing / Fly Fishing
Less than an hour's drive from the centre of Cape Town, lie the Western Cape's best kept fly fishing secrets – the magical Cape streams. Stunningly clear freestone trout streams tumble from majestic peaks, through rugged valleys, and down narrow gorges
Walking safari
Get to hear, smell, feel, taste and intimately sense what our earliest ancestors and later explorers experienced travelling on foot through these same wild places on a morning walks.
Elephant Rides
guests can experience the joy of an Elephant back safari in South Africa amongst Garden Route scenery with superb daily tours for the whole family.
Star gazing
This one of the brightest star gazing destinations due to clear, unpolluted skies and low levels of light in the surroundings. Observe and learn about the night skies - the awe inspiring mysteries of the stars, planets and distant galaxies.
Horseback safari
On a horseback safari through the unspoilt wilderness you become part of the herd of game as they canter across the African plains. It is a varied experience: from walking through thick bush on the lookout for birds and game, to long trots and canters in the open veld.
‘Braai’ on Safari
The South African braai is a fervent national obsession and a weekend favourite past-time! Most typically, it includes ‘boerewors’, ‘pap’ and a delicious home-made sauce. Any excuse is used to celebrate with a braai.