Table Mountain, Boulders Penguins & Cape point, Private Day Tour | La Vacanza Travel

Table Mountain, Boulders Penguins & Cape point, Private Day Tour

Duration: 8 to 9 hours
Destination: South Africa, Western Cape, Cape Town

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  • 8 to 9 hours
  • Cape Town
  • E-Voucher
  • Lowest Price
  • Not-Cancellable


This tour is best suitable for those wanting to experience the top 3 attractions of Cape town and more in a day tour. Your guide will pick you up from your hotel and immediately go over the itinerary with you and also asks you if you have any special interests, inside or outside your confirmed itinerary. The tour will then continue towards the historic and brightly colorful Bo-kaap before ascending to the world-famous Table Mountain. Your guide will escort you, pointing out important landmarks to you and answering your questions. From Table Mountain, the tour will gently steer south towards the Cape of good hope with multiple stops along the way to take pictures and appreciate the landscape. Various trails at Cape point make for a great hiking upon arrival at the national park. You may also have lunch at a restaurant of your choosing and then visit Boulders beach penguin colony on your way back to the city where your guide will drop you off at your preferred location.

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Bo-kaap, Schotsche Kloof, Cape Town Central South Africa

Bo-kaap is one of the oldest neighborhoods in Cape town. Flanked by the City of Cape Town to the West and the signal hill to the East, it is a neighborhood that is considered to be one of the first permanent homes to the released slaves of the Cape in the mid 1800s. The brightly colored Cape Georgian houses that are found here attracts visitors on a daily basis and your guide will be glad to tell you all the stories about them and also the history of the Bokaap and its people. Your tour will head West towards the coast after you have taken pictures and learnt of the history and culture of the Bo-kaap.

Duration: 25 minutes

Stop At: Table Mountain National Park 8001 South Africa

Towering over a kilometer above sea level, Table Mountain is a stunning work of nature that attracts millions of visitors from all over the world every year. A cable car runs frequently from the lower cable stations to the summit of the mountain where stunning views of the City of Cape Town, Robben Island and the Atlantic Ocean can be viewed from. Your guide will escort you on the tour of Table Mountain and give you facts about the formation of the mountain, the flora, fauna and also help take pictures of you.


Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Camps Bay, Camps Bay, Western Cape

Nestled between the famous Twelve apostles mountain range and a pristine granitic white sandy beach is Camps Bay suburb A.K.A the Beverly hills of Cape Town! This is an area that is primarily well known for its wealth in real estate, but it is the wonders of nature that our tour will stop here for. Your guide will point out to you some of Cape town's most famous landmarks such as the Twelve apostles, lions head and Table Mountain. The tour will continue Southerly after you have taken pictures of Camps Bay.

Duration: 20 minutes

Pass By: Hout Bay, Hout Bay, Western Cape

Hout Bay is affectionately known as "The Republic of Hout Bay due to it being isolated from all the other towns by mountains and the Atlantic Ocean. Named after an indigenous forest that once thrived here, the town today boasts of having one of Cape Town's busiest fishing harbors, world class sea food restaurant and an array of tourist activities.

Stop At: Chapman's Peak Drive, Hout Bay Road Between Noordhoek and Hout Bay, 7872 South Africa

After having explored Hout Bay. Our journey will continue further down south via the world-famous Chapman's peak drive. A state-of-the-art mountain side road! Many photo opportunities will be offered as you wind in and out of the Chapman's peak drive enjoying some of Cape Town's most scenic views.

DISCLAIMER: The Chapman's peak drive is open subject to conducive weather conditions.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Cape Point Ostrich Farm, M65, Main Road, Cape Point Cape Point, Cape Town Central 7985 South Africa

Cape point Ostrich farm is situated 100 meters short of the Cape point national park gate main entrance. Ostriches on the farm can be viewed from the roadside. However, should you fancy having a much closer encounter with the ostriches, your guide will gladly drive you inside the farm where you may view ostriches from close range, take pictures and also feed them.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Cape Point Nature Reserve, Cape Town Central South Africa

Cape point national park is 7700 in area and is home to the world's richest floral Kingdom. Over 2000 different plant species of the Cape floral kingdom grows here naturally and with 70% of them being endemic to this area. Wildlife such as Antelopes, Ostriches, birds, Zebras and Baboons also call this place home. Your guide will drive you around the park, telling you interesting stories about the early explorers, flora and also making stops for you to take pictures.

WARNING: Keep your windows closed to keep baboons out when you are inside the vehicle.
Keep a distance from baboons when you are outside the vehicle.
The feeding of baboons is strictly prohibited.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Old Cape Point Lighthouse, Cape Point Nature Reserve, Cape Point South Africa

Sitting at Cape point peak and towering over 400 meters above sea level is the unused Cape point lighthouse. It is also the 3rd oldest lighthouse and graciously attracts hikers from Cape point car park on a daily basis. The views from the Cape point Lighthouse are some of the bests in and out of Cape town and should hiking not be for you, you may access the lighthouse by a funicular at extra cost.

Duration: 1 hour

Stop At: Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point Rd, Table Mountain National Park 8001 South Africa

The Cape of good hope is the most Southwestern corner of the African continent. The Atlantic and the Indian oceans currents shares common grounds here. The cape of good hope waters is also known to boast of the most diverse marine life in the world. You will have an opportunity to do some walking or even hiking. A big sign welcoming you to this famous and important landmark in maritime history is popular with visitors who queue up every day to take a picture with the sign.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Simon's Town, Simon's Town, Western Cape

Simon's town was named after a governor of the same name, Simon Van Der Stel who founded this town in the late 1600s as a lee shore in the winter months. Today, Simon's town largely operates as Navy port town and is also easily identifiable by its Victorian buildings lining up along the main road. The town also boast of some of Cape Town's best and freshest sea food restaurants, Boulders beach as well as coffee and ice creams on a sunny day. You may choose to have lunch here at a restaurant of your choosing.

Stop At: Boulders Beach Penguin Colony, Simon's Town 7995 South Africa

Boulders beach is home to the endangered African penguin. It is also one of the only two mainland penguin colonies in South Africa. A boardwalk was constructed here to prevent too much violation of the penguin's peace so as to slow down the African penguin's extinction rate and also give visitors a chance to see safely see the penguins from close range and take pictures.

NOTICE: Touching or feeding of penguins is not allowed.

Duration: 1 hour

Pass By: Kalk Bay, Kalk Bay, Western Cape

Kalk bay meaning Limestone bay in a local language is an affluent fishing town resting between the false bay and the mountains of the Cape peninsular. Voted by Forbes magazine as one of the 12 coolest places to live in the world. Restaurants, theaters, shops and Art galleries makes this town the most vibrant town on the southern peninsular suburbs of Cape town.

  • Bottled water
  • Air-conditioned vehicle
  • Chapman's peak drive toll fee
  • Cape point national park
  • Boulders beach penguin colony
  • Table Mountain tickets
  • Entry/Admission - Table Mountain
  • Entry/Admission - Chapman's Peak Drive
  • Entry/Admission - Cape Point Nature Reserve
  • Entry/Admission - Boulders Beach Penguin Colony

  • Lunch
  • Gratuities
  • Wheelchair accessible
  • Stroller accessible
  • Near public transportation
  • Infant seats available
  • Transportation is wheelchair accessible
  • Surfaces are wheelchair accessible
  • Most travelers can participate
  • This is a private tour/activity. Only your group will participate
  • Confirmation will be received at time of booking
Departure Point

Traveler pickup is offered


  • Cape Town Intl Airport, Cape Town Central South Africa


  • Cape Town Cruise Terminal, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, Cape Town, 8002, South Africa

Voucher info

You can present either a paper or an electronic voucher for this activity.


8 to 9 hours

User's Reviews

Susan S

19 May, 2024

This was our first full in South Africa and it was a perfect beginning. Kelvin was one of those guides who go the extra mile. We saw and did everything there was to see and do. He rearranged the day so that we could experience Table Mountain at sunset, an amazing experience. This tour, with Kelvin, set the tone for our entire 3 weeks in South Africa; I highly recommend it.


18 May, 2024

Table Mountain, Boulders Penguin, Cape Point Private Tour was perfect for our first day in Cape Town. Kelvin was our guide. He was extremely knowledgeable and professional. The day started out overcast, which would've made the first stop of Table Mountain pointless because we wouldn't be able to see anything, so he changed the order of the itinerary, saying we could come back to it at the end of the day of time allowed. Well, when we came back to the city after taking the optional Seal Island boat tour, hiking around Cape Point, having lunch, and loving every minute of Boulders Penguin Colony, it was almost sunset and officially the end of our tour time. But Kelvin insisted we were taking the cable car up Table Mountain and it was so magical being the only ones on the cable car ride up, walking around the top with view of the city at sunset, and never being rushed because our time was up. He didn't have to spend the extra time with us, but because he did, Kelvin made our introduction to Cape Town very special.


24 Apr, 2024

What a fantastic tour! Our guide, Danson, was prompt, professional, friendly, informative, and flexible! Even if you have cloudy or foggy weather, the sights are still beautiful and well worth the trip. Thanks to Danson for making our last day in Cape Town so special!


19 Apr, 2024

This was a great way to see these Cape Town highlights in one day, and the drive down the coast was absolutely beautiful! I didn't feel rushed at any point, and we received great insight into the history of the area from our wonderful guide, Leon. I loved each of our stops, but Cape Point was truly special- probably one of the most beautiful places I have ever seen. Highly recommend this tour!


19 Apr, 2024

Wonderful experience. If you read reviews about Kevin it is all true. Professional, very knowledgeable and goes out of his way to insure a great private tour. We were to go to Tsble mountain in morning but very cloudy. He arreanged to later afternoon so we had sunset and very small crowds. Dan penguins, baboons and ostriches. Cable car to mountain is very cool. Restaurant at national park is great. Largest prawns! Skip the big busses , this is the way to go. I’d check if you could request Kevin as your guide and driver.

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The Perfect Introduction to Beautiful South Africa


5 🌟 🌟🌟🌟🌟+++!!!


Best Day in Cape Town!


Fantastic tour from start to finish


Tour is for kids as well


Amazing Experience and a Wonderful Trip Adviser


Um belo passeio


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