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Peninsula Private Tour

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6 hours
Availability : 21'-23'
Cape town
Cape Town
Max People : 50
Tour Details

See the highlights of the Cape Peninsula on a private half-day tour to the Cape of Good Hope and Boulders Beach penguin colony. While most Cape Peninsula tours take all day, this efficiently organized excursion is ideal for busy travellers who want to see the sights and avoid wasting time waiting on other tourists on a group tour.


  • Visit the fishing village of Hout Bay
  • Discover the Cape point nature reserve
  • Enjoy the Penguin colony at Boulders beach

Peninsula Private Tour


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Departure & Return Location

Cape town Acommodation/Port (Google map)

Departure Time

8:30 am – 6.00 pm

Price Includes

  • Port Pick-up and drop off
  • English speaking guide
  • Entrance fee to Cape of Good Hope
  • Entrance fee to Boulders Beach and Penguin Colony
  • Bottled water
  • Gratuities

Price Excludes

  • Any personal expenses

Stop AtCliftons

Clifton & Camps Bay Situated along the Atlantic Seaboard, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay have been awarded Blue Flag status, offering pristine white beaches and beautiful, clear waters that make these beaches highly popular with locals and visitors alike

Stop AtThe fishing village of Hout Bay

Your guide will provide commentary about the areas en-route and the day begins with a scenic drive along the Atlantic coast, passing through the cosmopolitan suburbs of Sea Point and Camps Bay, where you’ll have spectacular views of the Table Mountain range. Continue to the fishing village of Hout Bay, one of Cape Town’s best-kept secrets. Enjoy an optional short boat trip to Duiker Island, time permitting, to see the Cape fur seals that inhabit the island.

Stop At:Hout Bay

15 minutes from Camps bay is Hout bay. A town that is surrounded by the mountains and the cold Atlantic. All the roads that leads traffic here goes over mountain passes. Do not be regretting leaving your passports behind when a “Welcome to The republic of Hout bay” sign appears!

Stop At: Duiker Island

Our journey will have an hour lay over at Hout bay harbor whereby you may hop on a boat and embark on a 40 minute scenic journey to an Island inhabited by more than 5 thousand cape fur seals.

Stop AtChapman's Peak Drive

As we leave Hout bay, we will drive onto the world famous Chapman’s peak drive. A mountain side road locally known as Chapies. An engineering masterpiece! The Chapman’s peak drive meanders for 9km along the giant Chapman’s peak mountains that seems to drop into the ocean like an avalanche. You will also have an opportunity to stop for photos and enjoy the views of the Atlantic ocean, the cliffs and the white sandy beaches

Stop AtCape Point Ostrich Farm

At the Southern end of the Chapman’s peak drive is a Noordhoek farm village. The whitewashed and thatched buildings operate as shops trading as raw juice shops, coffee shops, bakery, restaurants hand made crafts shop and clothing stores.Continue ostrich farm where guest will have an opportunity to stop by along the road and take pictures of Africa’s largest bird.

Stop AtCape of Good Hope

Famed the corner of Africa. Where the Cold Atlantic and the Indian oceans shares common grounds. The Cape of good hope is however only the most south westerly point of Africa. Hiking trails to the summit of the Cape makes for great activity and sightseeing. The Cape of good hope sign is also another big attraction. Possible different hiking trails will be offered to you from here by your guide

Stop AtCape Point Nature Reserve

Next is the Cape Point Nature Reserve, covering an area of more than 17,300 acres. 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. You’ll see the spot where, as per legend, the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet and feel the brisk wind that is said to have curative powers.

Stop AtOld Cape Point Lighthouse

Explore the South Africa’s 3rd oldest lighthouse for a 360 degree view of the national park. The old lighthouse was launched in 1860 only to be decommissioned 40 years and dozens of shipwrecks too late after studies proved that its high altitude posed a great danger to sailors around the cape as they couldn’t be able to see it in cloudy weather conditions. A new lighthouse was since built at a much lower altitude

Stop At Penguin Colony

Simon’s Town & Penguin Colony Simon’s Town is the seat of the SA Navy and has a charming coastal town atmosphere and a vibrant history. Here you can find a thriving harbor, a toy museum, navy museum, and plenty of other sights – nearby is also Boulders Beach where you can admire the penguins for an extra fee.

Stop AtKirstenbosch Botanical Gardens

Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens offer visitors a haven of peace and serenity at the foot of the Devil’s Peak mountain. Let yourself be enchanted and your senses roam free in the sights, smells, and sounds of this luscious forest.