Table Mountain & Cape of Good Hope tour

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Table Mountain & Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point and Penguins

Discover the iconic beauty of Table Mountain with the Cableway—an essential experience for anyone visiting Cape Town! Marvel at the sweeping vistas of the Cape Peninsula, taking in the majestic sights of Chapman’s Peak, the historic Cape of Good Hope, and the dramatic cliffs of Cape Point  You have opportunity to explore the charming town of Simons Town and meet the adorable penguins at Boulders Beach.

As you journey, keep your eyes peeled for encounters with fascinating wildlife, including playful baboons, graceful zebras, and the delightful colony of penguins. Our experienced guides will be by your side, providing insights into the local flora and fauna and ensuring your safety throughout the excursion.

Capture unforgettable moments against the backdrop of breathtaking landscapes, with ample opportunities for unique and memorable photographs. Immerse yourself in the natural splendor of the Cape Peninsula and create lasting memories on this unforgettable adventure.


We will start our day with a collection at your hotel in Cape Town, at approximately 09H00am ●Pick up from your accommodation & hotel is possible when you are only booking and within 30kms of the CBD or Camps Bay.

Table Mountain

Head out to our first stop at Table Mountain Cableway, your guide will accompany you into the lower cable car straight up to the top to explore the Table Mountain. The best views of Cape Town are seen from the top of Table Mountain. The Cableway takes you to the summit in under 5 minutes and the cable car's rotating floor ensure that all visitors get a 360 degree aerial view of the city. The 65-passenger cable car runs from Tafelberg Road to the top of Table Mountain. To date the Cableway has transported more than 28 million visitors to the summit. A million visitors from all over the world use the Cableway annually.

Camps Bay

After exploring the Table Mountain, we will travel along the Atlantic Seaboard, with the mountains on one side and the ocean on the other while passing through Camps Bay. We will have a photo stop at Maiden’s Cove, from there we proceed past at 12 Apostles mountain range and Llandudno and have our next stop in Hout Bay. Upmarket Camps Bay draws crowds to its namesake beach, known for its fine white sand, natural rock swimming pool and views of the Twelve Apostles mountains. Behind the beach, posh seafood restaurants, mellow cafes and cocktail bars with patios overlook the promenade. Nearby, Promenade Mall has boutiques selling fashion and beachwear, while the intimate Theatre on the Bay stages drama, musicals and comedy

Hout Bay

Here guests can take a boat to Seal island to view the Seals. Hout Bay has become very popular as a seaside resort town with its unique location at the start of the Atlantic Seaboard and yet still only thirty minutes drive from most of Cape Towns top attractions. Hout Bay is recognised as one of South Africa’s leading destinations for local tourists and has become a popular place for international tourists to base their South African holiday. A growing bed and breakfast industry supports the demand from holidaymakers. Hout Bay real estate now includes holiday accommodation, family homes ranging from apartments to seaview properties in security estates.

Chapmans Peak

Upon our return from Seal Island we will proceed along Chapmans Peak to Simon Town for lunch stop (at your own expense) Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately known as “Chappies” and is a must for anyone who is passionate about the majestic Cape Town scenery, with sheer drops to the sea below and towering mountains rising above you. The twists and curves in the road seem endless and it is a photographers dream. It is a paradise for motorists, sightseers, picnickers, runners, hikers and bikers (both the motorised and the manual varieties). The 9km route, with its 114 curves, skirts the rocky coastline of Chapman’s Peak (593m), which is the southerly extension of Constantiaberg and is a great hike for the energetically inclined. The drive offers stunning 180° views with many areas along the route where you can stop and take in the exquisite scenery or sit down for a relaxing picnic.

Noordhoek, The Village

We proceed through Noordhoek with the option of stopping for the finest roasted coffee at The Village Roast on this route

Simon Town

Upon our return from Seal Island we will proceed along Chapmans Peak to Simon Town for lunch stop (at your own expense) Simon’s Town is one of South Africa’s oldest towns, situated 35km outside Cape Town. This neighbourhood is renowned for its rich maritime history and is home to the South African Navy, which holds a festival in the town every April. Simon’s Town is really an attraction in its own right, and you will need to set a full day to fully explore it.

Cape of Good Hope Nature reserve

After lunch, make your way to Cape of Good Hope Nature reserve, we explore the Dias cross and some fauna and see the meeting point of the 2 currents namely the cold Benguela Current and the warm Agulhas Current. Your Tour Guide will guide you along the safe hiking trails, should you be a keen hiker.

Cape of Good Hope

The Cape of Good Hope So named by Portugal's King John II this area has captured the imagination of European sailors such as Dias who first named it the Cape of Storms in 1488 and later in 1580 Sir Francis Drake who called it the "The Fairest Cape in all the World". Rich in cultural and natural heritage this is one of the top tourist destinations in South Africa. Due to the variety of wildlife that occurs here it is the only section of the TMNP that is fenced and visitors should look out for Eland, Red Hartebeest, Bontebok and Zebra.


From there, will proceed to Boulder’s Beach to see the African Penguin colony in their natural habitat. Boulders beach is home to the endangered African penguin. It is also one of the only 2 mainland penguin colonies in South Africa. Since they were listed on the red list of endangered species, a boardwalk was constructed to restrict too much human interruption at the penguin colony. However guest can still get very close to the penguin and get close up pictures albeit without having to be standing on the beach but the boardwalk.


Fish Hoek is a coastal town at the eastern end of the Fish Hoek Valley on the False Bay side of the Cape Peninsula in the Western Cape, South Africa. Previously a separate municipality, Fish Hoek is now part of the City of Cape Town. As a coastal suburb of Cape Town, Fish Hoek is popular as a residence for commuters, retired people and holidaymakers alike. The traditional industries of 'trek' fishing and angling coexist with the leisure pursuits of surfing, although nearby Kommetjie is usually favoured, sailing and sunbathing. There is an active lifeguard community who utilise the beach and bay for training


A gem on the False Bay coastline, Kalk Bay is known for its raw beauty, interesting shops, a vast selection of restaurants and stunning views. You could easily spend a full day in this little neighbourhood and still not be able to experience it all.

Muizenberg Beach Huts

Our return route is passing through Muizenberg, we will have a photo stop at the Muizenberg Beach Huts. Muizenberg beach is famous for its warm and shallow waters, particularly in Cape Town where most of our beaches have cold Atlantic Ocean currents. Muizenberg beach is situated on the Indian Ocean side of Cape Town hence its warm waters. Bathe in the sun whilst overlooking the scenic views, take a dip in the ocean to cool off, and wait until the end of the day to watch the glorious sunset. If you’re an avid surfer, please note that Muizenburg is known for its popular surfing spots.


You will be dropped off at your hotel around the City

●Qualified Tour Guide / Driver

●Air-conditioned vehicle
●Pick up from your accommodation & hotel is possible when you are only booking and within 8 kms of the Capetown, CBD.

●Collection will be in a sedan , SUV vehicle or a mini bus depending on the size of the group
●Pick up from the VIDA E CAFFÈ KLOOF STREET should there multiple people booked
●Our Tour Guide will can take you very nice pictures with your own Camera / Phone
●We will provide Chapman's Peak Drive toll fee R54

•Table Mountain Cable way fees (R420)

-Entrance fees to Seal island boat trip @ R130.00 per adult / R65.00 per child
•Entrance fees to Boulders penguins colony @ R190.00 per adult / R90.00 per child under 12 years
•Entrance fees to Cape of Good Hope main gate @ R400.00 per adult / R200.00 per child under 12 years
•Optional Funicular to Cape Point lighthouse @ R95.00 per adult / R45.00 per child
•Meals , Be prepared to pay your meals, drinks
-Gratuities (optional)

Please be advised that ONLY CARD payments are accepted for entrance fees; CASH payments are NOT permitted.

Experience type: Shared Day tour

Booking in advanceCut off:  12 hours

Duration:  10 hours

Difficulty:   Easy

Supported accessibility: Stroller Or Pram

Minimum age of passengers is: 1

Live tour guide: English

CategoriesBus / Minivan TourAdrenaline And ExtremePrivate,  Train, Car TourOutdoor , Shared Experience, Day Trips

  • Stroller / pram accessible
  • Public transportation nearby
  • Infants must sit on your lap
  • Not wheelchair accessible
  • Not suitable for pets
  • No public transportation nearby
  • Infants must not sit on laps
  • Infant seats unavailable
  • Collection will be in a sedan , SUV vehicle or a mini bus depending on the size of the group.
  • Pick up from your accommodation & hotel is possible when you are only booking and within 8 kms of the CBD or Camps Bay.
  • Pick up from the VIDA E CAFFÈ KLOOF STREET should there multiple people booked
  • This tour only commence if 3 or more guests have booked. If it's canceled because the minimum isn't met, you'll be offered a different date or a full refund. This only applies to shared tours, does not apply to private tours
  • No need to contact us about your tour pickup. We'll message you after 6 pm the day before the tour with your pickup time info. Kindly monitor your email /  WhatsApp or for your updates.
  •  Please be advised that ONLY CARD payments are accepted for entrance fees; CASH payments are NOT permitted.

-Comfortable shoes

-A Jacket

-Bring Lunch Money

-Entrance fees for parks etc, ✅ Please be advised that ONLY CARD payments are accepted for entrance fees; CASH payments are NOT permitted.

If you do not choose pick-up, you can start the experience at any of the places below.


34 Kloof St, 8001 City of Cape Town Metropolitan Municipality Cape Town, ZA

●Pick up from your accommodation & hotel is possible when you are only booking and within 8 kms of the CBD or Camps Bay.

  • We will charge a cancellation fee of 100% if booking is cancelled 1 day or less before the event
  • We will charge a cancellation fee of 0% if booking is cancelled 1000 days or less before the event
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