This is a full day tour taking in many of the sights and attractions of the beautiful Cape Peninsula. Our route follows the coastline with its breathtaking mountain and ocean views and we pass through quaint and historic villages. The main focus of the tour is a visit to the Cape Point Nature Reserve and the Cape of Good Hope – Africa’s most south-westerly point. Here we drive through the Fynbos (Cape Floral Kingdom) to the tip of the peninsula and its dramatic natural setting, lighthouse and tourism facilities. The day’s highlights include; ostriches, penguins, seals and the spectacular Chapman’s Peak Drive. After your collection we drive along the Atlantic seaboard coastline and stop to take in the panoramic view of the Twelve Apostles mountain buttresses and Camps Bay beach. In the valley of Hout Bay a boat awaits us in the harbour to take us to Duiker Island, home to thousands of Cape Fur Seals. From Hout Bay we snake around the spectacular Chapman's Peak cliff drive and stop to look back on Hout Bay. Our next stop is an ostrich farm where you will have an opportunity to purchase ostrich products, and close by, African crafts at roadside stalls can be browsed. From there we continue on to the Cape Point Nature Reserve. At the point you have the option of taking the funicular rail, called The Flying Dutchman (at extra cost), to the lighthouse at the tip of the peninsula or take the staired, walking trail. Once on top the breath-taking sea and mountain views unfold all around you. Our luncheon (cost not included) venue looks out on False Bay. Just before the historic, naval town of Simon's Town we stop to see the African Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach – up close viewing of these cute, sociable creatures. From Simon’s Town our route winds around the False Bay coastline through the village of Kalk Bay (known for fishing, arts, crafts and good food), the shark spotters above Muizenberg and back to Cape Town.