Cape Peninsula and Constantia

This tour combines two must-see destinations: Cape Point, the furthest southwestern point in Africa; and Constantia, one of the oldest wine-producing regions in the Southern hemisphere.

We will start by driving to the beautiful Atlantic seaside suburbs of Clifton and Camps Bay to see the Twelve Apostles mountains. We will then take the coastal road to the Hout Bay harbour, for a visit to the resident Cape Fur Seals. After Hout Bay, onto a scenic drive up Chapman’s Peak, for one of the best views in the region. We will then travel into the Cape Point National Park to see the Cape of Good Hope, the furthest southwestern point in Africa. In the afternoon, we will stop to see the endangered African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach, before finishing up our day with a wine tasting in Constantia.

Includes: Pickup and drop off at location of your choice; transportation; services of a professional tour guide; entrance to penguin colony at Boulders Beach; entrance to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve; wine tasting in Constantia. 

This is a private tour, which can be customized upon request.

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Itinerary

Drive along the Atlantic Seaboard

We take the scenic route along the Atlantic Seaboard towards the Southern Peninsula. We pass through beautiful coastal conservation villages and head along the world-renowned Chapman’s Peak coastal drive on our way to Cape of Good Hope.

Cape Of Good Hope National Park

We enter Cape Point National Park and enjoy its wonderful array of flowers from the Cape Floristic Kingdom, and if we are lucky some baboons, ostriches or antelope.

Here we have time to hike up to the historic lighthouse or down to Cape of Good Hope, and enjoy the spectacular views over the peninsula.

African Penguin Colony

We head back on the Eastern side of the peninsula towards Simon’s Town, where we visit the African Penguin colony on the beautiful Boulders Beach.

Wine tasting in Constantia

Finally, we visit the Constantia wine region for a wine tasting.  

Return to Cape Town is between 5-6pm.