CAPE POINT

Explore Cape Point on an E-bike

Cape Point 3D Price
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Fitness

Medium

Location

Cape Town to Cape Point

Adrenaline

Medium

Age

12+

Duration

8-9 Hours

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The drive to Cape Point is one of the most scenic in the world. On this tour you have the option to get out of the bus and onto an E-bike.


Get really close to the unique fauna and flora of this area. The Cape Peninsula has over 1100 indigenous  fynbos species and on the way you may spot baboons, ostriches, zebra and various antelopes.

We offer 2 great options

Option 1 - Cape Point on E-Bike - Only available as a private tour. Cost depends on size of group. Total price can be seen under 'BOOK NOW'.

This tour is accessible to ALL - young and old, fit or unfit, sporty or not - this tour is for EVERYONE. This is a full Cape Peninsula tour.


From the city center we follow the Atlantic coast past Clifton, Camps Bay and Llandudno to the fishing village of Hout Bay. Here you have the option of doing a 45 minute scenic boat ride to visit an impressive colony of Cape Fur Seals at Duiker Island. Additional cost of about R85.


From the harbour you get on the bike, back through the village and over the famed and spectacular Chapman's Peak Drive. One of the most iconic passes you will ever drive. From Noordhoek you head to Boulders Beach where you have the option to pay the entry to the boardwalk or just view these delightful birds free of charge down by the beach and even have a swim with them. After a delicious picnic lunch you mount the bike again for the ride along the False Bay coastline and into Cape Point Nature Reserve.


Once at the point we hike up to the lighthouse and thereafter follow the clifftop paths down to Cape of Good Hope. After the obligatory photo at the sign for the most South Westerly tip of the African continent, we head home via Scarborough, Misty Cliffs, Oceanview and Ou Kaapseweg. Drop off in the city should be around 18:00.


The full distance on the bike is about 40km. The distance from Boulders Beach to Cape Point is 23km. There are options to load up sooner if you have had enough.

Option 2 - Cape Point and Winelands - Cost R1600 - Unavailable, will be back soon!

This tour combines two of the biggest attractions in Cape Town. The bus ride to Cape Point is one of the most scenic drives in the world. Arriving at Cape Point Nature Reserve you have the option to ride a bike or stay in the tour bus taking in the unique plant and animal life of the area. After the leisurely ride, have lunch on Cape point beach. The views of Cape Point lighthouse and the 500m cliffs of Cape Point are spectacular. 


After lunch get back in the bus and drive through Simon's Town to visit Boulders Beach, home to the African Penguin. 


At Constantia, visit Steenberg Wine Estate and Groot Constantia, the oldest wine estate in the South Africa. Enjoy the red, white and desert wines that South Africa and this region has been famous for for over 300 years. This is an experience that will stay with you for ever!

Operating Times

  • Monday - Sunday
  • 09:00-18:00pm

  • Pickup times may vary depending on pickup location

Includes

  • Pickup and drop off anywhere in the city center

  • Driver and guide giving commentary on the whole route

  • E-bike with helmet and water bottle

  • Homemade picnic lunch

  • Entrance to Cape Point Nature Reserve

Excludes

  • OPTION 1
    -Boat ride ticket to see Cape Fur Seals on Duiker Island
    -Entrance fee to Boulders Beach

  • OPTION 2
    -Does not include Hout Bay Harbour

What to bring

  • Sweater or windbreaker

  • Shorts or trousers

  • Comfortable walking shoes

  • Bathing costume & towel

  • Sunscreen (SPF 30+)

  • A small backpack

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