Tailor Made Tours Cape Point
Table Mountain National Park
Cape Point – Meeting place of the two oceans?
Come and find out for yourself…………
Breathtaking scenery from the highest sea cliffs in Africa.
7750ha of unspoiled landscape and indigenous flora.
Various species of game including baboon and rare antelope called Bontebok.
On our drive to Cape Point choose from one of the following to add to a fuller experience of what the Peninsula has to offer…..
A penguin visit at Boulders Beach is always part of the day but then you can add one or two things…….
(A) A 40-minute boat cruise which will allow you to see about 9000 Cape Fur Seals all sitting on a small island off the coast of Hout Bay. Breathtaking scenery but not for people who suffer from sea sickness. Pre-booking essential.
(B) If you decide to miss the boat trip, then we have to visit to a working ostrich farm instead.
(C) Optional visit to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens. This tour is for garden and bird lovers. One of the world’s most famous gardens, Kirstenbosch is a showcase of Southern African flowers and trees. Beautiful views. Excellent shopping.
(D) And finally, for those of you wanting to finish your visit to the Cape with a spot of wine OR beer, we can throw in a visit to a local craft brewery OR a winery in the Constantia region which is close to the centre of Cape Town city.
The drive to Cape Point also includes a photo stop at a the top of Chapman’s Peak Drive and a visit to the African Penguin colony at Boulder’s Beach, Simon’s Town. Lunch is taken at a suitable restaurant with amazing views, en route.
Our experience has shown that people like to spend longer at Cape Point and the Cape of Good Hope, so we do not usually include Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens in these tours. We recommend that one does the Gardens as part of a city tour, or as a full day tour on it’s own for people who are botanists or birdwatchers.
R3450 for guide and luxury PRIVATE vehicle – moving at your own pace, usually ending before 6pm.
Couples or families!
Entry fees excluded to allow for maximum flexibility. Lunch can be booked at a suitable seaside restaurant, but is for your account. Recommended pick-up time: 09h00 unless it is Peak Season in which case we recommend a VERY early start.
If you are travelling to South Africa during the period between 20 December and 5 January, the crowds at Cape Point can be overwhelming so the experience is very different from other times of the year. (expect heavy traffic delays) For those of you who can afford the time, we suggest a starting time of 1 or 2pm so we can enter the National Park at Cape Point at a time when people are already starting to leave. Your day will be much more enjoyable. Finishing time 830pm (if you are starting at 1pm).