Cape Agulhas tours from Cape Town, Tour to Cape Agulhas, Cape Agulhas day tour, it is a private tour which will give you an opportunity to explore the meeting place of the two Oceans, Indian & Atlantic, the most southern tip of Africa
Leave Cape Town early morning and start a three hour journey to the Cape Agulhas known as the official meeting place of the Indian and Atlantic oceans. This trip forms part of the best tours of Cape Town maybe in South Africa. We supply you with a personal driver and luxury vehicle. Taste some of the best Pinot Noir wine. It’s a private tour that allows you to truly enjoy the wondrous of the Cape.
CAPE AGULHAS DAY TOUR WITH AN EXPERT LOCAL GUIDE, Welcome to the most southern tip of our beloved continent Africa. Let us take you to see where the Indian Ocean meets the Atlantic Ocean. Join us today on our private tour and enjoy mother nature at its fullest with your own luxury car and professional registered guide who knows the entire tour route and its hidden little secret places. Eat like a local, taste some of the top wines produced in this Region. Meet Parrie the Stingray at Stuisbaai, Discover Arniston and the Waenhuiskrans Cave. See the big colony of African Penguins at Stony Point. Discover Hermanus and the Whales during the season from the cliffs (June –November). Hotels pick-ups and Drop off.
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Discover Cape Agulhas and many other key attractions on a full day tour departing from Cape Town central and surrounding hotels. You will be accompanied by your own private guide/driver who has a sound knowledge of South Africa will keep you entertained throughout the day.
Soon after collection, we will travel along the scenic N2 route, passing through the Elgin Region, known for its endless beautiful apple farms. We will stop for a complimentary cup of coffee at Peregrine Farm Stall after which we will continue along one of our National Roads, passing through the quaint towns of Caledon, Napier and Bredasdorp en route to Arniston. The area is known as the wheat belt of South Africa. In this small firsherman’s village, lies the Waenhuiskrans Cave (wagon house cliff) which is the highlight of our tour to the Waenhuiskrans Nature Reserve in Arniston. The Cave’s excitement comes with low tide where we will leap over barnacle encrusted rocks keeping one eye on the ocean for the odd freak wave. It is a big Cave located right in the ocean, to the point that some say that a wagon and a full span of oxen could turn inside it.
After exploring Arniston, we will head South to Struisbaai where you will enjoy a variety of activities, from the many fishermen at work with their colorful boats to dining with the locals, while enjoying fresh local fish and chips and a local beer. Lunch will be served at the Sea Shack restaurant or similar.
Struisbaai has its very own different identity in the form of Parrie, a resident Stingray which has made this little harbor its permanent residence. Parrie was initially attracted by the morsels thrown by fishing boats, which made Parrie love the harbor. Today he is considered the Mascot of Struisbaai. So many other Stingrays has joined Parrie in making Stuisbaai their home. Some of the locals even feed him directly by touching him. He has definitely become an attraction not to miss.
From here, we will go on to explore the Agulhas lighthouse, after which we
will take a walk to the official meeting point of the Two Oceans, namely the
Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
Photos opportunities are available on the boardwalk. While relaxing, you can touch the water from the two oceans and explore the area. We head back via the town of Elim with a stop at the Black Oystercatcher winery for a complimentary wine tasting.
We continue our tour with a drive through the towns of Standford and Hermanus which has an optional stop for whale watching from the cliffs during the Whale season (June to November).
We make our way through the beautiful little towns of Betty’s Bay and Pringle Bay with a stop at Stony Point to watch an amazing colony of resident African Penguins.
We travel back to Cape Town via the scenic R44 route filled with so many spectacular fynbos and chains of mountains. Once back in Cape Town, we will drop you off at your hotel bringing our day tour to an end.
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