Is that…..

…….the line where the two oceans meet!???


Cape Point is in the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve within Table Mountain National Park,  which forms part of the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site.

Known as the ‘Cape of Storms’ and so named by Bartolomeu Dias in 1488, it is home to a remarkable selection of flora and fauna.  This is a nature enthusiasts paradise!

Take part in our Half Day Cape Point Tour:

Departs Daily between 07h45 & 08h45 – Returns at ±12h30

Journey along Millionaires Paradise, ogling the glamorous homes and beautiful people of Clifton Beach and Camps Bay, then wind your way towards the charming coastal town and working harbour of Hout Bay. Hug the cliffs as we snake along the legendary Chapman’s Peak Drive, with its breathtaking views, towards the Cape of Good Hope Section of the Table Mountain National Park and its rugged, intriguing landscape. Boulders Beach penguin colony, is a fascinating excursion. Finally, move on to the historical naval port of Simon’s Town.

•  Hout Bay
•  Chapmans Peak Drive
•  Cape of Good Hope
•  Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach (optional and for own account)
•  Simon’s Town



Thompsons Africa uses the latest and finest vehicles on the market, including Toyota Corollas, Toyota Quantums, Mercedes Sprinters, Volare Mini Coaches and specially modified open safari vehicles – all with the requisite permits.   We select our vehicles very carefully, against a strict set of criteria, in full knowledge of what our clientele needs and wants.  All vehicles are exceptionally comfortable and spacious, with full air-conditioning throughout and good sound quality when the tour director is speaking.  With headrests, and ample leg and head room, transfers are comfortable, cool and professional.


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