Create your own memories when you visit the following places during your half-day tour: Clifton beach, Camps Bay, Hout Bay, Chapman's Peak Drive, Cape Point, The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and a penguin colony (optional).
At the tip of the Cape Peninsula is the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve - possibly one of the fairest places on earth. The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve covers an area of 7 700ha of coastal shrub land and incorporates 40 km of coastline. The Reserve forms part of the Cape Peninsula Park and is managed by the South African National Parks. The Nature Reserve is recognized globally for its extraordinary land formation, rich and diverse fauna and unique flora. Nowhere else in the world does an area of such spectacular beauty and such rich biodiversity exist almost within a metropolitan area - the thriving and cosmopolitan City of Cape Town. Take the funicular (Funicular for own account +/- R70.00 per person) to the lighthouse for an even better vantage point.
Visit Simon's Town which is situated on the eastern side of the Cape Peninsula on the shores of False Bay. Simon's Town remains an important naval base to this day, and the town which rises steeply above the harbour up the mountainsides is rich in both architectural and natural beauty, as well as Cape history and strange legends and tales.
A highlight is a stop at Boulders Beach, to view the penguin colony. This stop is optional however, highly recommended. (The Boulders Beach entrance is for your own account +/-R60.00 per person).
The tour continues with a drive through Constantia. The Constantia Valley, Cape Town's Vineyard and South Africa's leading wine and tourist experience, is located at the centre of the Cape Peninsula, only minutes from the centre of town. Constantia Valley is Cape Town's secret rural retreat and the perfect place to escape from the hustle and bustle of city-life.