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Cape Agulhas Full Day Tour

by Cape Town Day Tours with Bosch
Price Not Available
Non-refundable No Booking Fees E-voucher (printout not required)

Highlights

  • Sir Lowry’s pass drive

  • Calendon / Bredasdorp

  • Visit the Shipwreck museum in Bredasdorp

  • Cape Agulhas Lighthouse

  • Visit Hermanus and Betty’s Bay for the Penguins

Highlights

  • Sir Lowry’s pass drive

  • Calendon / Bredasdorp

  • Visit the Shipwreck museum in Bredasdorp

  • Cape Agulhas Lighthouse

  • Visit Hermanus and Betty’s Bay for the Penguins

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Cape Agulhas Full Day Tour

Activity Location

Various Locations around Cape Agulhas

Cape Agulhas

Meeting/Redemption Point
  • Hotel pick up and drop off in Cape Town

    Cape Town


Description

Take a trip to the southernmost tip of the Africa, a place uniquely positioned and deliberately shaped by nature, a place of sheer beauty where the Indian and Atlantic oceans come together. The Cape Agulhas tour comprises a selection of beautiful sites, housing a wide range of flora and fauna, great mountains, the breathtaking beauty of its villages and small towns and not to forget the welcoming locals.

The Cape Agulhas tour starts with a pick up from your accommodation and continues with a drive on Sir Lowry’s pass, which provides outstanding views of the Cape Flats and False Bay the perfect stop for an opportunity to take a picture to add some memory to your Cape Agulhas tour.

We will proceed with the tour enjoying views of places such as the Steenbras Dam, primarily a water source for Cape Town. As we leave the dam the Cape Agulhas tour further continues for the town of Caledon, driving through the green, gold and brown citrus orchards of the Overberg.

We further drive on to Bredasdorp, South Africa’s first town to be called a “dorp”. This town offers an opportunity to visit the Shipwreck museum as part of the Cape Agulhas tour. The Shipwreck museum is home to striking visual displays and a fascinating collection of shipwreck artifects and a treasure house of figureheads and lifeboats, porcelain, cannons, anchors, old bottles and coins from a number of European countries.

The Cape Agulhas has so much more to offer as we make our way to Arniston, this area is known as the wheat belt of South Africa. After exploring Arniston, we will head to Struisbaai, a beautiful holiday resort and paradise with the longest unbroken white beach sand in South Africa. We continue the tour by heading to the pinnacle of the tour entering Cape Agulhas to see the second oldest working lighthouse. A kilometre to the west of the lighthouse lays the southernmost tip of the African continent and the official division line between the Atlantic and the Indian Ocean.

With the conclusion of the Cape Agulhas sighting the tour further continues to Hermanus, famous for whale watching (seasonal July to November) and is also known as the whale capital in the world, with the reputation of the world’s best land-base whale watching site. From Hermanus, the tour proceeds with scenic Clarence drive for a stopover at Betty’s Bay for a moment with the African Penguins at Stoney Point Nature Reserve before heading back to Cape Town.


Inclusions

  • Local guide

  • Hotel pick-up and drop-off

  • Transport by air-conditioned minivan


Exclusions

  • Lunch


Know Before You Book

  • Please contact us 24 hours before your tour to inform us of your pick up location

  • Children age 17 and younger must be accompanied by a paying adult