See the African Penguins colony at Stony point
Visit Harold Porter Botanical Gardens & lunch.
Drive to Cape Agulhas and explore the 2nd oldest lighthouse
Walk to the official meeting of the two oceans.
Take a photo at the Southernmost tip of Africa.
About this activity
What's included, what's not
Hotel/guest house pick-up and drop off.
Private luxury vehicle.
Entrance fees to attractions.
Lunch at a high-quality restaurant.
Complimentary bottled water and Wi-fi onboard the vehicle.
Universal cellphone chargers.
Know Before You Book
Confirmation will be received at time of booking.
Children’s under 2 years will be free.
What you can expect
Make your way to Cape Agulhas, where you will walk the pathway that leads to the official meeting point of the two oceans (Indian and Atlantic oceans) and take some photos. From there, explore the lighthouse, which is one of the oldest in South Africa and situated at the Southernmost tip of Africa. Guests will also be able to enjoy the fresh seafood on offer at the nearby eateries (seafood doesn't get any fresher or better prepared than by the locals
Guests will be collected at their accommodation by a qualified tour guide in a latest luxury private Mercedes Benz C-class or Hyundai H1 (depending on the amount of people). Embark on a journey to the Southernmost tip of Africa where the two oceans meet and explore Cape Agulhas and see other towns along the route. This is one of the most beautiful tours one can experience.
Drive towards Somerset West where you will encounter some wildlife at the Cheetah Outreach. Driving along the Route 44 stop at Harold Porter National Botanicals Gardens. Make your way towards Cape Agulhas and also stop in Stony Point to view the African Penguins colony. This is one of the largest colonies of penguins in the Cape. Continue travelling towards the town of Hermanus where you will lunch at a restaurant surrounded by vineyards and enjoy a wine tasting here. If it is during whale season, you will have an option to do some whale-watching in Hermanus.
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Journey back to Cape Town and have a wine tasting at Raka Wine Farm along the way. Pass through some small towns on the route to Cape Town.
Guests will be dropped off at their accommodation or a restaurant for dinner.
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