With vistas so breathtaking they seem hijacked from Hollywood’s “Pirates of the Caribbean”, and with an edge-of-the-world allure astounding enough to render nearby urban civilization almost inconceivable, Cape Point is beyond a doubt one of South Africa’s most magnificent sightseeing and tourist attractions. Though most well known as the dramatic point of collision between Africa’s surly currents, this renowned geographic phenomenon is worlds more than just towering cliffs and rocky escarpments.
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This Region is a UNESCO World Heritage site for its exceptional floral diversity. Following the west coast via Clifton with a stop at Maiden’s Cove to enjoy a magnificent view of the Twelve Apostles and Camps Bay, next stop Hout Bay, a charming little town, board the Circe for a boat trip to Duiker Island, home to the worlds largest fur seal colony.
The scenic Chapman’s Peak Coastal Pass one of the world’s most beautiful, offers breathtaking scenery.
The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is where the ice cold Atlantic meet’s the warm waters of the Indian Ocean. This famous landmark was named by the early Portuguese mariners.
Journeying down to the False Bay coast, we visit the well known Boulders beach, home to Africa’s largest land based African Penguin colony
Our day ends with a visit to Groot Constantia (time permitting), SA’s oldest Cape Dutch manor house & wine estate.
NB: Whilst in Cape Town all optional activities will be offered to you at our preferential rates.
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