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Spend a day exploring the beautiful Cape Peninsula on this tour from Cape Town. With a professiona...
... region from your expert guide. Explore Hout Bay and take an optional boat trip to Duiker Island. Spend time at leisure ...
4 - 4.5 hours
...h Africa, taking in the Chapmans Peak coastal road, Hout Bay Harbour, and the African Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach.
... Bay Beach and the 12 Apostles. Stop at Hout Bay Harbour (optional boat trip to Seal Island), marvel at the views from C...
...d-famous Clifton and Camps Bay beaches, Hout Bay and along Chapman's Peak drive. Then to Slangkop Lighthouse, Ostrich fa...
... boat trip (optional) to Seal Island at Hout Bay harbour, the scenic route along Chapmans Peak Drive, Cape Point Nature ...
... including Chapman's Peak, Hout Bay, the Cape of Good Hope, and of course, the African Penguin colony at Boulders Beach.
...renowned Cape Winelands. After visiting Hout Bay and enjoying dramatic coastal scenery along the Cape Peninsula, sample ...
...r alongside the sea, through Camps Bay, Hout Bay Harbour and on to Chapman's Peak for a superb lunch spread. In the afte...
...vel past Clifton and Camps Bay Beaches, Hout Bay along Chapman's Peak Drive, Slangkop Lighthouse, feed ostriches, see Ca...
...e, Hout Bay, Chapman's Peak, Ostrich Farm, Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, Penguin colony, Simon's Town, and Fish Hoek
...man's Peak Drive after allowing time at Hout Bay Harbor to take a boat to "Seal Island" (optional).The tour includes a v...
... the way along the Atlantic Seaboard to Hout Bay, over Chapmans Peak drive (if open) all the way to Cape Point. The retu...
...ds. Start the first day with a visit to Hout Bay harbour, where you'll have free time to peruse craft markets or cruise ...
... the Biscuit Mill or the Hout Bay Harbor Market. Wend your way through the market, try new foods and admire African art.
...ng the coastline and a major stop is at Hout Bay where you have time for an optional ferry-ride to Seal Island or for Cr...
...you will go halfway up the famous Chapmans Peak drive to a summit overlooking Hout Bay and the white sands of Noordhoek.
Hout Bay's beautiful coastline on the west side of the Cape Peninsula has beautiful beaches, scenic drives, and breathtaking views of the ocean and mountains.
Hout Bay's beautiful coastline on the west side of the Cape Peninsula has beautiful beaches, scenic drives, and breathtaking views of the ocean and mountains. The harbor is home to a flourishing fishing industry and the Hout Bay Yacht Club, as well as several restaurants and craft stores. You can also take a boat ride to Duiker Island and around The Sentinel. The Dungeons Big Wave off the coast is a world-class surfing break with huge double-ups that attract adventure-seekers from around the globe. Kayaking and jet-skiing are also popular activities.
Explore the winding roads over mountain passes which lead to the coastal suburbs of Cape Town. Chapman's Peak Drive, which links Hout Bay to Noordhoek, is the best known route with incredible views of the bay. The Suikerbossie leads to Llandudno and Camps Bay through the pass between Judas Peak and Little Lion's Head. The road to Constantia goes through the Constantia Nek pass between Vlakkenberg and the back slopes of Table Mountain.
31 Harbour Rd, Hout Bay, Cape Town, 7872, South Africa
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The Imizamo Yethu Township Museum is a local area museum, presenting the daily lives of the settlement's inhabitants
Modeled on its namesake in Germany, the Lichtenstein Castle offers gorgeous views of the Hout Bay
Chapman's Peak is on the western side of the Cape Peninsula, known for its spectacularly scenic drive from Noordhoek down to Hout Bay along the steep mountain-sides
The ruins of French lay barge Boss 400 that was wrecked in a storm in 1994 are visible off the Cape Town coast, and can be accessed by diving
Duiker Island, part of the Karbonkelberg Marine Protected Area, lies in the Atlantic Ocean off Hout Bay
Groot Constantia is the oldest winery in South Africa, tracing its origins back to the 17th century
Die Oog is a nature park with a dam lake, artificial island, wetlands and gardens that is home to over 1000 birds of different species
Camps Bay attracts hordes of international visitors every summer, who come here for the white sands and scenery