Explore part of the Cape Peninsula and its iconic gems including the “Seal Island” and “Penguin Colony” as well as the Chapman’s Peak scenic drive with a qualified guide who knows all the in and outs of the city.
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Departing from Cape Town, we will take you along Victoria Road, from Sea Point to Llandudno. You will go through Clifton, with its luxurious houses and just below, four beaches each having its fans. For example, the second one is most popular for students and sportsmen, whereas the fourth one, easiest of access is more for families and an older population. Just after, Camps Bay is a stunning place, well known for its beach surrounded by the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range. This is a nice place to relax during the day and lively at night with bars and restaurants.
At the Atlantic Ocean’s edge, Llandudno is an amazing beach and a surf spot. Just after you will stop about an hour in Hout Bay, a charming harbour where you can savor one of the best Fish&Chips in the world. The other main attraction is the seal’s island called Duiker Island.
This is an exciting 40-60 minutes cruise from Hout Bay harbour to Duiker Island the Seal Colony where you can view thousands of wild Cape Fur Seals, close up in their beautiful natural habitat.
It’s one of the favorite spots for tourists thanks to its amazing view overlooking the coast. While appreciating the scenery, don’t forget to carefully scan the horizon. Indeed, during the winter whales come along the South African coast to give birth to their calves and marvel us for the delight of all.
On the eastern coast of the Cape Peninsula is the small city of Simon’s Town which was a British for a long time, as demonstrated by the architecture and Victorian-style houses. Driving along the ocean by the coastal road, you will see the harbour and the South African Navy School. A bit further, the Boulder Penguin Colony is the perfect place to see African Penguins. It is a protected area for this threatened species, where they go along with the crowd of pictures. You’ll also have a wonderful view of False Bay!
Muizenberg Beach, famed for the colorful beach huts. Reputedly, it is the birthplace of surfing in South Africa, so is a special place for all those who want to try this sport. It is a lovely place during the summer and the beach is very much appreciated by local people and tourists for swimming.