Price: R1100 pp

Length: 8 – 9 hours

pick up: Every day (pick up time dependent on your location)

Includes:

Pickup and drop off in the city

Driver and cycle guide

E bike with helmet and water bottle

Homemade picnic lunch

entrance to Cape Point Nature Reserve

E-Bike Tour Itinerary

Cape Point & Peninsula Day Tour with E Bikes & Hiking
Hout Bay – Chapmans peak – Boulders Beach – Cape Peninsula – Cape Point – Cape of Good Hope 
Cape Point & Peninsula Day Tour with E Bikes & Hiking

Where do the two oceans meet? And why is it called “the Cape of Good Hope“?

Join us on a journey of discovery as we explore the splendour of the Cape Peninsula

Now with E Bikes!

Cape Point & Peninsula Day Tour with E Bikes & Hiking

Stop 1: Hout Bay

 

We head out past the beautiful white beaches of Clifton, Camps Bay and Llandudno with Table Mountain looming to our left and the dramatic 12 Apostles Mountain Range presiding over our drive to the top of the renowned Suikerbossie Hill.

From here we head down to the bustling fishing village of Hout Bay where you will have the option to take a 45-minute boat trip to see a large colony of Cape Fur Seals on Duiker Island (be sure to bring along something warm and have cash handy to pay for your ticket)

Next Stop: Chapmans Peak Drive

 

We follow the cycle guide directly out of the harbour, through the village and up the famed Chapman’s Peak Driveone of the most iconic passes you’ll ever do.

We stop for photo ops en route before sailing down towards Noordhoek and on to our next destination…

boulder beach

Stop 3: Boulders Beach

 

The cute seabirds of Boulders Beach never fail to delight with their comical walk and their tuxedo-like coats. You can choose to pay the entry fee and go onto the boardwalk or head down to the beach at no charge, where you’ll likely see a number of them swimming or basking on the rocks.

While you enjoy the penguins and maybe even a swim in the ocean, we’ll prep a delicious picnic lunch. You are going to need it for the ride to follow…

Stop 4: Cape Point

 

With your energy replenished, we hop on the bikes again and head along the stunning False Bay Coastline and up Smitswinkel Hill to the Cape Point Nature Reserve as we continue our E-bike tour. Once through the gates, keep your eyes peeled for wildlife like Ostrich, Baboon, Eland, Bontebok, Zebra, Tortoises, snakes and more.

No need to worry about turn-offs. Just keep straight until you dead-end at the parking lot below the Cape Point Lighthouseyou will now have completed a total of 40km, but in all likelihood will still be feeling relatively fresh…😊

There will be multiple bail out points where you will be able to get in the bus if you want to stop for any reason.

Cape Point & Peninsula Day Tour with E Bikes & Hiking

Stop 5: Cape Of Good Hope

 

Starting at the Cape Point parking lot, we take a gentle downhill hike along the cliff paths, ending at the Cape of Good Hope The Southwestern-most tip of the African Continent.

You should be feeling pretty accomplished by the time you get there and ready to fight off the hoards of tourists wanting to take a photo with the sign, symbolising your journey to the tip of Africa (almost the tip anyway)

E-Bike Tour Wrap-Up

 

Scarborough, Misty Cliffs, Kommetjie, Ou Kaapse Weg & The Southern Suburbs

After a long day of adventure, we will now make our journey home.

There’s still heaps of breath-taking scenery to take in, so don’t be lulled by the motion of the bus, at least not until we leave the coastline at Kommetjie and head back towards the city where you will be dropped of back at your accommodation after the E-bike tour…

Cape Point & Peninsula Day Tour with E Bikes & Hiking

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Cape Point & Peninsula Tour – E Bikes & Hiking








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YOU WILL NEED

A few extras for this tour:

  • Comfortable walking shoes
  • Shorts or trousers
  • A sweater or windbreaker
  • Sunscreen (SPF 30+)
  • Bathing costume and towel
  • a small backpack

NOTE: This tour can be run on a PRIVATE basis and customized to suit your requirements. Cost will depend on number of people and inclusions/ exclusions.

The Itinerary may change depending on weather conditions.