Stand at the Southernmost Point of the Continent of Africa Where the Warm Indian Ocean Meets the Cold Atlantic.
Experience lovely country scenery as we drive through vineyards, apple orchards, canola fields and sheep- and dairy farms to the Southernmost tip of the African Continent.
Highlights on this tour includes the great views from Sir Lowry's Pass and the very scenic 18 kilometer Clarence Drive between Gordon's Bay and Rooiels. We drive through the Overberg and Hermanus where we view whales (in season) and Betty's Bay with a colony of African Penguins at Stony Point.
Highlights on this tour includes the great views from Sir Lowry's Pass and the very scenic 18 kilometer Clarence Drive between Gordon's Bay and Rooiels. We drive through the Overberg and Hermanus where we might view whales (in season) and Betty's Bay with a colony of African Penguins at Stony Point - and obviously the bottom of Africa where you will have the opportunity to take your picture at the sign where the Indian- and Atlantic Oceans meet.
We visit the historic Agulhas Lighthouse, a National Monument, and will stop at the picturesque Struisbaai fishing harbour.
We can also stop at the shipwreck museum in Bredasdorp if time allows.
Meeting Point + Tour Duration
Meeting Point Options: Rail or Bus Station, Cruise Ship Port, Airport, Hotel, Address or Intersection, Monument/Building
Duration: 9 hours
We will be travelling in comfort and safety in a car with air conditioning.
Estimated Local Cash Needed
200 ZAR - Lunch and refreshments.
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Our guide was excellent at getting to point Agulhas. We traveled at our own pace and stopped where we wanted. On the way there we took a agriculture and scenic drive that was different from the Cape Town area. We arrived at Point Agulhas and he seemed happy to let us spend a long time viewing where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet. We than took a Beautiful drive Hugging the Sea with the mountains on the other side. He truly knows the ways to get there and back. Truly Excellent.
Robert Thomas Rabenhorst