Full Day Cape Peninsula Tour

From ZAR 1995
ZAR 2995 Per Single Traveller

2023 Rates

ZAR 1995 Per Person Sharing
ZAR 2995 Per Single Traveller

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1 Day


Any Hotel or Address in Cape Town City




  • Clifton & Camps Bay, Twelve Apostles, Llandudno,
  • Hout Bay (optional boat trip to Seal Island),
  • Chapmans Peak Drive, Noordhoek
  • Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
  • Cape Point
  • Boulders Beach (optional viewing of penguin colony)
  • Simons Town, Kalk Bay, St James and Muizenberg,
  • Constantia,


The peninsula falls within the Table Mountain National Park which is world-renowned for its incredible biodiversity.

The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve spreads out over the rocky headland. It’s a protected nature reserve and home to an array of antelope, the rare Cape mountain zebra and other unique animal species. It’s also a haven for marine birds, with 250 recorded bird species found in the reserve.

Cape Point is the very pointy end of the Cape Peninsula. It’s an instantly-recognised landmark and is often mistaken to be the southernmost tip of Africa. There are two national heritage monuments on Cape Point that were built to honour the world’s most famous explorers: Vasco da Gama and Bartolomeu Dias (who was the first European explorer to round Cape Point in 1488).


Full Day Tour



The Cape Peninsula day tour starts with a tour of Cape Town City Bowl and continues past the V&A Waterfront to the main suburbs of the Atlantic Seaboard. This includes Green Point, Sea Point, Clifton and Camps Bay. We travel past the Blue Flag beaches along a gorgeous scenic route with the glistening Atlantic Ocean on your right and the towering Twelve Apostle mountains on your left.

Hout Bay, Noordhoek and Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve

We make our way to the fishing village of Hout Bay, over the spectacular Chapman’s Peak Drive and into the quaint coastal town of Noordhoek. The scenic peninsula drive takes us to the magnificent Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve and Cape Point.

In Hout Bay, you have the option of taking a boat cruise to Seal Island (not included in the rate) or strolling around the popular mariner wharf and harbour where you’ll make friends with the friendly seals that pop up for a pat.

At the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, we visit the famous Cape Point Lighthouse. You have the option of a short but slightly steep walk on a well-worn path to the lighthouse or you can take the funicular railway to the top. The view is spectacular and you may see whales and dolphins in the bay.

Simons Town and Boulders Beach penguin colony

We end the morning in Simons Town which is a legendary naval town overlooking False Bay. You have the option of visiting the famous penguin colony at Boulders Beach (entrance fee excluded in the rate) or spending time strolling down the historic main street of Simons Town and popping into its quaint shops and museums.

We have a bite to eat and drinks (for your own account) at the Simons Town Mariner Wharf.

Kalk Bay, St James and Muizenberg

After lunch, we head back towards Cape Town and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens travelling along the False Bay coastal route. We pass through the seaside towns of Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay, St James and Muizenberg.

The streets are lined with quirky bookstores, vintage clothing shops, surf shops and a collection of popular seaside restaurants and delis. We stop along the way to wander the streets, do a bit of shopping, watch the surfers in Muizenberg, whale watching if its whale season and to take photographs of the famous colourful Victoria-era beach huts.

We drop you off at your hotel or guest house between 17h30 and 18h00.


  • Collection from any address in Cape Town
  • Transport in an air-conditioned Quantum tour vehicle
  • Registered English-speaking guide
  • Entrance fee to Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
  • Wi-Fi on board tour vehicle


  • Lunch and beverages
  • Personal purchases
  • Entrance fees for optional activities

Good to know:

Group tours

MoAfrika Tours and its service providers offer cost effective group tours and transfers ranging from 2 – 12 persons per vehicle, please do inform us if you would prefer a private tour (additional rates may apply).

Collection / Drop off

Collection from any Hotel or Address in the Cape Town City Bowl between 07:30am – 09:00am.

Drop-off at any hotel or address in Cape Town City Bowl from 17h30.

Please note

If you plan to fly out of Cape Town International Airport on the last day of your travels, we suggest reserving a domestic flight that departs no earlier than 19h30 and an international flight that departs no earlier than 21h00.


Frequently Asked Questions


What are some of the must-see attractions on a Cape Peninsula Day Tour?

Highlights of a Cape Peninsula day tour include a visit to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, which is home to a variety of wildlife, including baboons, ostriches, and even whales and dolphins in the waters offshore. The tour also includes a stop at the penguin colony at Boulders Beach, where visitors can get up close and personal with these adorable birds. Finally, a visit to the iconic Cape Point lighthouse, which marks the southernmost point of the African continent and offers breathtaking views of the surrounding area.


How long does a typical Cape Peninsula Day Tour last, and what should I bring along?

A typical Cape Peninsula Day Tour usually lasts around 8-9 hours, depending on the specific tour operator and itinerary.  It is important to pack for a day out in the sun and be prepared for changing weather conditions. Some essential items to bring along include comfortable walking shoes, a hat or cap, sunglasses, sunscreen, and a light jacket or sweater in case of cooler temperatures or wind. It’s also a good idea to bring a refillable water bottle, as well as some snacks or a packed lunch if these are not included in the tour. Finally, don’t forget to bring a camera or smartphone to capture all the amazing sights and experiences of the day!


Are there any outdoor activities included on a Cape Peninsula Day Tour, such as hiking or beach visits?

Yes, there are usually some outdoor activities included on a Cape Peninsula Day Tour, such as hiking and visiting beaches. Some tours may offer a short hike at the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, which offers stunning views of the coastline and the opportunity to spot local wildlife. Visitors may also have the chance to visit some of the beautiful beaches along the route, such as Noordhoek or Muizenberg Beach, where they can relax on the sand or take a dip in the ocean. Depending on the tour operator and itinerary, there may also be opportunities for other outdoor activities, such as snorkeling, kayaking, or even surfing at some of the local beaches. However, it’s important to note that these activities may not be included in the cost of the tour and may require additional fees or booking in advance.

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