Savor the very best of the Cape Peninsula on this unique guided cycle excursion. From the top of Signal Hill, take in Lion's Head and the iconic Table Mountain as well as a bird's eye view of the Atlantic Ocean. Meander alongside the sea, through Camps Bay, Hout Bay Harbour and on to Chapman's Peak for a superb lunch spread. In the afternoon, make your way to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, enjoying a guided cycle to Cape Point and short hike to the historic lighthouse, before making your way back along the eastern side of the peninsula and visiting the African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach.

Trade the tour-bus-only experience for a bicycle-shuttle-bus combination and explore the best of the Cape Peninsula from the saddle.

After your hotel pick up, meet your guide at the V&A Waterfront. You will then be shuttled up to Signal Hill for a bird's eye view of the Atlantic Seaboard. From here descend slowly into Camps Bay and alongside the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range before a little bit of climbing which takes you to the historic Hout Bay Harbour. Then make your way up the spectacular Chapman's Peak mountain pass for a superb lunch spread with the best views around town. In the afternoon, enjoy a guided hike to the old lighthouse at Cape Point which stands head and shoulders above everything else. There is also a guided hike, or bike ride, on offer from Cape Point to the Cape of Good Hope, which showcases the unsurpassed beauty of this hidden gem at the most southern tip of Africa. You may be lucky enough to spot zebra, eland, baboons and ostriches, to mention a few of the species in this protected reserve!

Return back to the city along the eastern side of the peninsula visiting the African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach for a close-up view of the Jackass species before you are transferred back to your accommodation in Cape Town.

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