Originally known as ‘Cape of Storms,’ Cape Point falls within the Cape of Good Hope and is part of the Table Mountain National Park. Cape Point falls part of the Cape Floral Region and is considered a World Heritage Site.
|Tour Includes, and visits to:|
+Pick up from accommodation in Cape Town
Clifton, Camps Bay, Twelve Apostles, Hout Bay Harbour. The Atlantic Seaboard, also known as Cape Town’s ‘Riviera,’ stretches along the water’s edge from Mouille Point, all the way down to Hout Bay.
+Trip to Seal Island
Cape Fur Seals can be seen frolicking in the waters off the coast of Hout Bay, making for a scenic boat trip.
+ Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
Lush vegetation, wildlife and various outdoor activities make this a popular tourist attraction. The reserve operates a fully functional lighthouse with a Flying Dutchman Funicular.
+ Cape Point
Boulders Beach penguin colony
BOOK FOR DECEMBER & ONLY PAY R600 per person (excludes all entrances)
R1300.00 p/p – All Inclusive or
R900 p/p excludes all entrances