The Cape Peninsula and Cape Point
We travel along the spectacular coastline of the Cape Peninsula to the most South-westerly tip of Africa, where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet. On the way we pass through the world famous beach spots of Clifton and Camps Bay before we drive along the scenic Chapman’s Peak, known for it’s 180* views. Hout Bay is where we will stop for an optional boat trip to Seal Island to view the colony of Cape Fur Seals. We travel through Noordhoek where 6 km of pristine beach is a playground for horse lovers and kite surfers. The Cape Peninsula Nature Reserve is reached after a date with the penguins at Bolders Beach. The rarest antelope in Africa, the Bontebok, can be seen here as well as the Chacma Baboon and ostriches.
We will enjoy lunch at the Two Oceans Restaurant perched high above the crashing waves from where you can enjoy the incredible vistas.
We make our way to Stellenbosch via the naval port of Simons Town and quaint fishing villages of Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay.
- Sea Point
- Camps Bay
- Chapman’s Peak Drive
- Hout Bay - Boat trip to Seal Island (optional)
- Noordhoek - Six kilometers of pristine beach
- Simon’s Town
- Boulders Beach - Famous Penguin Colony
- Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve - most South-westerly tip of Africa,where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet
- Kalk Bay
- Overnight in historical Stellenbosch.
Day Two – Winelands Experience
Wineland to Hermanus
Start the day off with a walk around historical Stellenbosch. Thereafter we visit a wine farm where a cellar tour will be conducted after a wine tasting. The village of Franschhoek is our next destination where we stop for a light lunch followed by a champagne tasting at a well known vineyard. Franschhoek mountain pass awaits us as we journey towards Hermanus.
We will enter Hermanus via Rotary Way for unparalleled views of the coastline, whales and dolphins.
- Stellenbosch on foot
- A cellar tour
- 3 Wine tastings
- Cape Dutch architecture
- Historical Stellenbosch
- Overnight in Hermanus.
Day Three – Hermanus
World famous land based whale watching, Shark cage diving
Today we are going to experience the most amazing whale viewing where Humpback whales and Southern Right whales gather during August to November to calf in the safety of the deep harbour waters. Excellent viewing from the Old Harbour and various other viewpoints. After lunch we will return to Cape Town via the coastal route famous for its never ending views and indigenous fynbos in the Kogelberg Nature Reserve. The reserve is known as the ‘floristic heart’ of the Cape Floral Kingdom. It has the highest levels of plant species in the entire fynbos biosphere. Time permitting we will stop off at Stony Point to view the Penguin colony.
- Panoramic view of Walker Bay from Rotary Way
- The Old Harbour
- Browse in Hermanus town
- Die Kelders (world famous whale watching point)
- The Coastal route (scenic)
- Stony Point Penguin colony
- Shark cage diving (optional extra)
- Whale boat trip (optional extra)
- Bed and breakfast
- All entrance fees
- All wine tastings
- Transport in air conditioned vehicles
- Services of a registered guide
- Lunch and dinner
- Cape Town accommodation (can be arranged)
- Items of a personal nature
- All drinks
- Optional extras
* Starting Point: Cape Town > Ending Point: Cape Town
* Maximum number: 7 people
* Minimum number: 2 people
* The tour can start on any date specified by clients.