After breakfast at the hotel, proceed on an exciting full-day tour to the Cape of Good Hope, the most south west point of the world. We drive via the Ou Kaapse Weg and the Atlantic Coast to Cape Point by Funicular. Here the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean are said to meet. Marvel at the view from the southernmost tip of South Africa. Enjoy Lunch at a local restaurant. Today you enjoy a cruise to Hout Bay to the Seal Colony (weather permitting). We return along the False Bay Coast visiting the Jackass penguins at Boulders Beach. A visit to the colourful avenue of BO KAAP will blow your mind away. Enjoy dinner at Indian restaurant, back to hotel & stay overnight.
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner
Explore South Africa’s exciting ‘Mother City’ on this guided tour of the historical and cultural sights of Cape Town. You will step into the rich history of the city passing by key historical monuments and places of interest, such as the impressive Castle of Good Hope and Cape Town City Hall. The tour stops at the beautiful St. George’s Cathedral, passes the through the lush Company Gardens, and explores a cultural hub of Cape Town, the Bo-Kaap, also known as the Cape Malay quarter.
Guests will take a trip to the top of the world, high above the clouds on the famous Table Mountain. Table Mountain is an icon in Cape Town and is most likely the most photographed landmark in the country. Table Mountain has been named as on the seven wonders of nature and attracts millions over visitors from all across the globe, in fact, since the opening of the aerial cableway in 1929, more than 22 million people have taken the trip to the top. At the upper cable station, guests will find a restaurant and a curio shop as well as some footpaths for exploration.
Explore the diverse beauty of Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden, which is set up against Cape Town’s iconic Table Mountain looking onto the city. There are plenty of spaces to picnic among the rich and varied displays of southern Africa’s plant life (more than 7 000 species are planted out) and a restaurant on site. It is the first botanical garden to be included within a natural World Heritage site. Paths are set out throughout the garden allowing visitors to easily wander past the natural displays.