Bring your camera; you'll be heading for Cape Point at the south western tip of the Cape Peninsula, and the most spectacular views in the world! A beautiful drive along the Atlantic coast will take you to the majestic Cape Point Nature Reserve. Here you'll see the union of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans (as per legend) and a variety of wildlife.
The tour begins with a scenic drive along the Atlantic coast. You'll pass through the cosmopolitan suburb of Sea Point and Camps Bay with its glorious views of the Twelve Apostles, part of the Table Mountain range, and onto to the Cape Point Nature Reserve with its 17,300 acres of indigenous fauna and flora. The reserve is home to a variety of wildlife, including baboons, rhebok, Cape Mountain zebra, bontebok and the elusive eland. It is also one of the world's largest breeding grounds for tortoises. Bird-watchers, too, will find many fine species to observe.
The majestic coastline offers drama worthy of being called "Nature's Greatest Show." You'll be able to see the union of the Atlantic and Indian Oceans (as per legend), and may even feel the brisk wind that is dubbed the "Cape Doctor" for its presumed curative powers. Following the coastline along False Bay, return to Cape Town by way of the Simon's Town (included visit to Penguin colony), Fish Hoek fishing village and Muizenberg. Return to Cape Town, passing the University of Cape Town, Rhodes Memorial and the Groote Schuur Hospital.