Disfrute explorando relajadamente los impresionantes paisajes y la fascinante fauna y flora de la península del Cabo en este recorrido privado de duración flexible. Viaje en un vehículo privado con refrigerios a bordo y Wi-Fi gratuito: usted decide qué ver y hacer. Entre los posibles lugares de interés que puede recorrer está hacer una cata de vinos en Cape Point Vineyards, visitar a los pingüinos de Boulders Beach o visitar la hermosa Reserva Natural del cabo de Buena Esperanza. Un guía privado, entrada al parque nacional, vehículo privado y transporte de ida y vuelta al hotel incluidos.
This tour is exactly what it means, a full day, about 8 hours. The company that provided us with a guide, Santana and a driver was Kabura Travel and Tours. The tour and times at each location was tailored to our needs. Santana's explanations and historical facts of the areas we drove to and drove by were amazing and there was no question she couldn't answer. Highlights included beaches, boat ride to a rock island of seals, a visit to a penguin colony and the Cape of Good Hope. Upon completion, we asked to be dropped off at the waterfront for dinner. The experience was awesome and gave us the opportunity to see the western cape and it's beauty and great site. I strongly recommend this tour.
This was a great trip and Nathan our guide and driver was wonderful, but it felt like a lot of time in the car. It was a lot to try to see in one day. If you have the time spend two days touring all around the cape. If you dont then take this tour and see it all.
An amazing way to see the different neighborhoods that make up Cape Town. seeing the penguins is, of course, the highlight of this tour but, walking around Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope makes it a fabulous day of outdoors fun.
Our guide, Leticia, was an amazing tour guide. She was so upbeat and so excited to show us her South Africa. She speaks her third language English extremely well. She shared personal stories and really helped us get a good taste of what life is like in South Africa. A private tour costs a little more, but all four of us thought it was worth it. We could choose how to spend our day and Leticia did the rest!
Mr. Gilbert was high energy and very knowledgable of the city and the area. He was proud to share his story and that of South Africa. The seal island boat tour was a great surprise and we loved the penguins. The restaurant at Cape Point was overpriced and slow, so I would not recommend stopping there for lunch but otherwise a great tour.