Your tour will take you along the picturesque Atlantic seaboard to Houtbay, historically known for its indigenous wood used to repair vessels in this isolated enclave. Pass over Chapman’s peak set between layers of Granite and sedimentary sandstone along one of the most picturesque views in the World, towards the South western most part of Africa at Cape Point.
You may have the rare opportunity to encounter a troop of Chacma baboons in this outcrop of land, while making the most of the splendid look out points over the Ocean. Learn of the early Portuguese explorers that rounded the Cape in the late 15th Century and their influence on world economics. Hereafter an opportunity is provided to visit one of the most photographed places in the world amoungst the endangered African Penguin population at Boulders Beach. Pass by Simons Town home to the South African Navy, and several other quaint towns along the Southern peninsula such as Kalk Bay, St James, and Muizenberg, while your guide enlightens you on the unique history of the region. Your last stop will be at Kirstenbosch Gardens at the slope of Table Mountain showcasing the various biomes and flora endemic to South Africa.