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Chacma Baboons- frequently sighted at Cape Point - photographer Elke Losskarn

It’s an ideal way to see the highlights of the Cape Peninsula:

  • Depart your lodging in the city or nearby.
  • Travel along the Atlantic seaboard, passing the Twelve Apostles mountain range to Hout Bay.
  • Enjoy a Boat trip to see a Cape Fur Seal colony on Duiker Island (optional).
  • Follow Chapman’s Peak Drive - one of the most spectacular scenic coastal routes in the world.

A view over Hout Bay from Chapmans Peak view point - Photographer Nick Rubenstein
  • Arrive at Cape Point Nature Reserve - the tip of the Cape Peninsula where two ocean currents meet. 
  • Walk up to Cape Point Lighthouse - standing at 249m above sea level with 360 degree views.  
  • Don't miss a photo opportunity at the Cape of Good Hope - the iconic sign board reminds you that you are at the most south-western point of Africa. 
That photo everyone wants - the sign at the Cape of Good Hope
  • Baboons, Ostriches, Eland, Zebra, Bontebok and many sea birds can be spotted on this day. 

Bontebok -  an antelope, endemic to the Western Cape

  • Visit the quirky African Penguins at Boulders Beach
  • If you’re lucky, spot Dolphins and Southern Right Whales may be seen from July to November.
  • On your return trip you will pass Simon’s Town, Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay and Muizenberg.

If there’s time - visit a Constantia Winery and lift a glass to a memorable day, before returning to your Lodging. 

African Penguins emerging from the sea at Boulders Beach
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