Don't forget to bring your camera along during this beautiful peninsula tour of South Africa. You will head down to Cape Point, located at the southwestern tip of Cape Peninsula where you will see some of the most spectacular views in the world. The drive will be an inspiring ride through the steep mountains, the secluded coves and the wonderful beaches; you will also go by the small villages and the fishing communities. The tour will then grant a scenic drive along the Atlantic coast, through the cosmopolitan suburb of Sea Point and Camps Bay, letting you enjoy the spectacular views of the Twelve Apostles, which are part of the Table Mountain chain. Proceed to see the fishing village of Hout Bay, one of Cape Town's best-kept treasurers.
You can then decide, according to the time, if going on a sweet and short boat trip to Duiker Island to view the Cape Fur Seals inhabiting the island; then take this short trip independently.
Afterward, travel to the Cape Point Nature Reserve, a 17300 acres of indigenous fauna and flora. The wildlife includes baboons, rheboks, Cape Mountain zebras, bonteboks, and the elusive elands. Furthermore, the reserve is one of the largest grounds for ground tortoises, and bird-watchers will be able to find many different species to observe. It truly is the Nature's Greatest Show, and you will also be able to see the Atlantic and Indian Oceans merge into one, feeling the brisk wind which is said to be the "Cape Doctor" due to its curative powers. Following False Bay coastline you will then be heading back to Cape Town, passing by Simon's Town and stopping to visit the penguin colony at Boulders Beach, the Fish Hoek fishing village and Muizenberg. Before going back to the start point, there is a stop at Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens for a short walk. Going towards Cape Town, and pass by the University, the Rhodes Memorial and the Groote Schuur Hospital.