Discover the Cape Peninsula and Boulders Beach, home to a colony of African penguins, on this 9-hour tour from Cape Town. You'll visit Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope, the extreme southwestern tip of the African continent; ride the funicular up to the old lighthouse for dramatic ocean views; and walk on Boulders Beach with the penguins. Enjoy the drive along the rugged coastline of the peninsula, and take in the natural beauty with plenty of photo opportunities along the way. 'If you're lucky enough, you may spot ostriches, baboons, buck, and Cape fur seals, too.
You'will be picked up from your accommodation in or around Cape Town in the morning for the drive to Cape Peninsula via Chapman's Peak (entrance fees included).
Arrive at Boulders Beach, where you will be taken on a tour to see the African penguins, and then continue to Cape Point to ride the funicular to the top of the old lighthouse or walk up the steps to admire the view. You can also walk one of the shipwreck trails (optional), and look for baboons, antelope, ostriches, and other wildlife in the area.
After your time exploring the cape area, you have the option of dining at Two Oceans Restaurant, if you wish (own expense). Then take a scenic meander with your guide along the coastline of Cape Peninsula, and if the weather allows, you'll stop at Hout Bay Harbour and take a boat ride to Duiker Island to see the thousands of Cape fur seals who inhabit it.
Your day tour ends with return to your Cape Town hotel in the early evening.