Join for a remarkable day of cycling, walking and fine cuisine that will invigorate your senses and take your breath away! Savor magnificent views of the city while cycling alongside Table Mountain and the Atlantic Ocean, with spectacular scenery all along the way. After a gourmet picnic atop the world renowned Chapman's Peak mountain pass, take to the streets for a walking tour of the Bo-Kaap, Cape Town's famed Malay community where you can enjoy traditional cuisine and learn about the local culture from a resident's house.

Start out at daybreak and transfer to your starting point on Signal Hill, high above the city on the slopes of the iconic Table Mountain. Meander down the mountainside, past the imposing Lions Head, with magnificent views of Cape Town all along the way.

Wind your way through the upmarket seaside suburbs of Clifton and Camps Bay, home to Cape Town’s prime real estate and a selection of postcard-perfect beaches. Make your way along the stunning Atlantic Seaboard, through the village of Bakoven, nestled at the foot of the famous Twelve Apostles. Then transfer over the mountains to the lower slopes of Chapman's Peak, one of Africa's most beautiful mountain passes. After an invigorating cycle up the pass, break for a gourmet picnic lunch with amazing views of sky and hues of blue and green ocean.

Refreshed after lunch, shuttle back into town past the rolling Constantia vineyards, before enjoying a guided walk of the Bo-Kaap. There you will learn about the history, hardships, and accomplishments of the Cape Muslim Community. Stop at a local's residence to sample traditional Cape Malay cuisine, such as samoosas, bobotie (curried mince with egg custard) and much more, while learning about the fascinating history of the area.

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