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Great way to see Cape Town in a short time. We didn't see any baboons but were warned profusely about them. Our tour guide took us to a particular beach in Simonstown to see the penguins where we didn't have to pay an entrance fee. The scenic drive was absolutely stunning. Great quick tour!
This trip could not have been better. The weather was fantastic, and the views to die for, around every turn another jaw dropping sight. Wonderful, the penguins were also amazing.
Very good and interesting half-day trip to the Cape Point and to the Cape of Good Hope. We also had an opportunity to go and take a look at Jackass penguins near Simon's Town. We also saw ostriches and baboons on the way there. The tour guide was excellent and kept a great presentation of South-African history and culture throughout the whole drive to the destinations.
Our guide was great!! She gave us much knowledge and took care of us very much. I am also satisfied with the content of the tour, too.
The tour started on time, I saw the Cape of Good Hope. I saw the place where 2 oceans merged. We visited the big colony of the Penguins. We drove between some of the beautiful neighborhoods, and also saw the beauty of the landscape.
Absolutely terrific. The guide was both friendly and most professional.
Knowledgeable guide and personalized service made for a fantastic experience.
I really enjoyed this tour, I was collected on time by Leonard,who was a most entertaining and informative tour guide. The scenery on the way to Cape Point was magnificent, with time for a photo stop, and a visit to the Boulders Penguin Park. I was wanting to visit Cape Point in particular and was not disappointed with the scenery. Leonard was also obliging and dropped me at Sahara Park Newlands, so I could continue onto the cricket. I would travel with this company again.
Short and sweet...good way to see some of Cape Town's highlights when you are short on time. Our guide Friso was good.
On a previous visit the weather was great until I got to the point where we could see nothing.The weather had closed in. This time it was fantastic. It all opened up before me. It is a must to behold. The buity and history of the are. Thank you Viator.
Colin Perth Australia
This was a good tour and I'm glad we went, but it really is barely doable as a half day. We were delayed about an hour leaving Cape Town because of no shows at several hotels (not the driver's fault--he couldn't find the people with confirmed reservations and even went back to a hotel a second time to look for them). The driver add time on the back end--we didn't get back to our hotel until after 2:00 p.m. Having said that, please note that about 2/3 of the tour is driving. We only had about 20 minutes in the Cape Point area--not enough time to get up to the lighthouse. We had about the same amount of time to see the penguins. If you just can't spend the time on the full-day tour, definitely take this tour, but be prepared for a lot of driving and not much time to walk around. Also, the tour was conducted with a minibus (no restroom)--a full size bus would have been more comfortable. Driver was knowledgeable and tried hard to please.
Loved the tour Only thing was they were an hour late picking us up as a firm called African Eagle had taken the booking from Springbok Atlas. We were told to be ready for 8am but then were sent a message to say it would be 850am and when the coach had not arrived by 9 am our reception rang the firm and they said they were on their way. Although it was a mini bus and was a bit rushed as it was a long way we did enjoy it. Our driver was good and funny.