Follow the Two Ocean Marathon route and see the scenes without the sweat!
This tour does not go all the way to Cape Point, but gives travellers a chance to experience the magnificent coastline of the Peninsula in half a day. During the four hour tour guests will see the coastal villages of Muizenberg, Kalk Bay, Fish Hoek, Noordhoek, Llandudno, and the upmarket Camps Bay, Bantry Bay and Clifton. The tour ends through Sea Point and Green Point, and also includes the spectacular Chapman's Peak drive with a stop at the viewpoint above Long beach where the movie Ruan's Daughter was filmed.
Where the Cape Peninsula tour is a full day at 8+ hours, the Mini Peninsula tour is the option for people who do not have so much time.
We leave Cape Town for Muizenberg and follow the False Bay coast to Fish Hoek. Here we cut inland to the famous Chapman's Peak Drive, arguably the most scenic coastal drive in the world! We drive through Hout Bay and then leave the runners route and switch over to the cycle route over Suikerbossie and follow the Atlantic seaboard home past the idyllic Llandudno, through Camps Bay, Clifton, Bantry Bay and Sea Point.
Meeting Location + Tour Duration
Meeting location: Your Hotel/ Ship anywhere in Cape Town.
End location: Your Hotel/ Ship anywhere in Cape Town.
Duration: 4 hours
We will be travelling in comfort and safety in a car with air conditioning.
All the transport costs and toll fees. Just come and enjoy our beautiful Cape and come and create memories!
Estimated Local Cash Needed
250 ZAR - its always a good idea to have some cash on hand for items or purchases of a personal nature that are not included in the tour price.
My vehicle is a Mercedes C-Class which can accommodate three people comfortably. If you have a bigger group I will rent an appropriate vehicle, and we can work out a cost depending on the size of the group.
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Daniel did a wonderful job - prompt, flexible, knowledgeable. We enjoyed the tour and the side trip to the penguins that he was able to make fit. He has interesting perspectives on life in South Africa and we learned a lot from him - what more could you ask for from a guide!