Magnificent Cape Point is a place of wild and dramatic beauty, heartstopping views, endemic fynbos and diverse fauna. From 1 February 2017, City Sightseeing’s new Cape Point Explorer will take visitors to the reserve via some of Cape Town’s most spectacular areas of natural beauty.
The Cape Point Explorer is a full day’s excursion with an English-speaking guide aboard a luxury air-conditioned coach, featuring a drive through picturesque Muizenberg, Fish Hoek and a visit to Boulders Beach with its famous colony of African penguins. The tour then continues to Cape Point, with an optional hike to the Cape of Good Hope headland.
The return route takes in the pretty seaside villages of Scarborough and Kommetjie and the Ou Kaapse Weg mountain pass with spectacular vistas towards False Bay.
Tours commence on 1 February and run daily, except for 12 March and 15 April. For more information, visit HERE.
Interested in hopping on the Cape Point Explorer?
The Cape Point Explorer will run daily (except for 12 March and 15 April) with staggered departure times from 9.45am from select hotels and stops in Camps Bay, Sea Point, Green Point and the city, as well as City Sightseeing tour offices at stop 1 (V&A Waterfront) and stop 5 (Long Street). The return time is approximately 5.30pm.
Cost: R550 for adults (12 and up) and R275 for children aged two to 11. Buy online and save: adults pay R530. This includes entrance to the Cape Point Nature Reserve entrance and a live guided tour in English.
Excluded: Lunch, entrance to Boulders Beach and the cost of the Flying Dutchman funicular (if required) at Cape Point.
How to book: Book online HERE or at City Sightseeing ticket offices. Tickets are also available from bus drivers, subject to availability. When booking, make sure you state your pick-up point.
For more information, visit their website HERE
Issued by FLOW Communications