Do Four of Cape Town’s Top Natural Wonders in One Day!

A Shark trip, Boulders Beach Penguin Colony, The Cape of Good Hope (Cape Point), and Chapman’s Peak

From ZAR 7150

per person

This experience offers a private land tour of Boulders Beach, The Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point and Chapman’s Peak.


Your Shark Trip departs from Simon’s Town, 45 minutes from the city Centre of Cape Town. We will pick up from your accommodation.

Boulders Beach Penguin Colony

Boulders Beach Penguin Colony is a 5-minute drive from Simon’s Town, and we usually spend about 20 – 30 minutes observing the 2 000 African penguins and hundreds of other bird species. The beach itself is surrounded by ancient boulders, crystal blue waters and pristine white sand. 

Experience these delightful birds up close in their own habitat. The sandy, compact cove offers a home to waddling penguins & their nesting areas.  

These penguins first arrived in 1982 and it is one of the few sites where this vulnerable bird can be observed at close range, wandering freely in a protected natural environment.  

Winding boardwalks make their way through the dunes and vegetation, offering guests an enchanting experience. 

Penguins can be seen year-round with January being the prime time to witness juvenile birds moulting on the beach.   

The Cape of Good Hope

The world-famous The Cape of Good Hope also known as Cape Point is situated at the southwestern tip of Africa, in the Cape Point Nature Reserve, a 10-minute drive from Boulders Beach.

This World Heritage site is a travellers must see with its unspoiled beaches, thriving biodiversity and grandiose cliffs. The “point” served as a landmark for ship travellers and includes monuments to early explorers such as Vasco da Gama and Bartolomeu Dias who named it the “Cape of Storms”, in.1488.

This tour includes a hike to the lighthouse which is situated on the edge of the cliff that has been in operation since 1857, offering visitors a panoramic view of the surrounding coastline. A good option for lunch is the Two Ocean’s restaurant. (for your own account). The park is home to an array of fynbos, over 250 species of birds, buck, baboons, and Cape Mountain zebra.  

There are numerous picnic spots, paths on which one can set off on foot or mountain bike, and tidal pools on almost isolated beaches. After a day filled of adventure and adrenaline, should the itinerary and weather allow, we will wind down on a spectacular sunset drive along Chapman’s Peak. Located on the very edge of the coastline, the drive has simply breathtaking views of the Atlantic Ocean on the left and the overhanging green mountains on the right. The pass first opened in 1922 and starts in Noordhoek, ending in Hout Bay. The 9 Km drive has 114 winding curves and with various lookout points to absorb the view and capture photographs.  

A Shark Trip and Private Winelands Land Tour

After your morning shark trip, take a ride with us and experience our world class wine estates in Constantia. Situated on the hill side overlooking False Bay, you’re in for a real treat

From ZAR 6450

per person

The Winelands tour includes a trip to the historic Groot Constantia.


We’ll pick up from your hotel with the exact time confirmed the day before the trip. Your shark tour is between 3- 4 hours in duration. Thereafter our guide will transfer to the Constantia winelands, the perfect place to enjoy lunch amongst the vineyards.  Transfer back to hotel is also included.

Groot Constantia

The Winelands tour includes a trip to the historic Groot Constantia, which is South Africa’s first wine farm, established in 1685. The estate is so rich in history that you’ll even find it in Jane Austen’s novel, Sense and Sensibility as a cure for a broken heart!  The tour includes the Manor House Museum and Cloete Cellar Access, a guided Cellar Tour, wine tasting and a  souvenir branded wine glass. The estate is also home to two restaurants where you can enjoy lunch for your own account.

If time permits, we may include Constantia Glen Winery, a picturesque boutique wine estate located in the winelands valley.

Private Kelp Forest Snorkel

My Octopus Teacher Experience as seen on Netflix.

From ZAR 2850

per person

A mystical hidden gem located under the sea, come and experience the alluring kelp forest of the Cape.


No diving experience is required.  Tour times vary depending on weather and will be confirmed the day before.

Kelp Forest

This underwater jungle is home to an array of marine life including Gully shark, Shy shark, Pyjama shark, crabs, seals, urchins, and octopus. To increase our chances of seeing as much marine wildlife as possible you’ll be guided through the forest, one the most productive and dynamic ecosystems on Earth.  Become one with the seals as they swim gracefully in their natural environment when you go seal snorkelling in Cape Town. Interact with these boisterous animals in their underwater playground.   

The action begins as soon as you enter the water as these furry counterparts’ swim beside you, often mimicking your movements.

Double Up! – A Shark Trip and a Whale Watching Tour

Double up your experience! This special includes round trip transfers from Cape Town, a shark trip and a whale watching/eco-marine tour.

From ZAR 6150

per person

If you’re looking to watch these enormous, captivating mammals of the sea, False Bay is the place to be!


We’ll pick up from your hotel with the exact time confirmed the day before the trip. Your shark tour is between 3- 4 hours in duration. Thereafter enjoy lunch in Simon’s Town overlooking the harbour (for your own account). Whale trip departs at 2:00pm and the duration is 2 ½ hours. 

Cape Whale Route

The Cape Whale Route is a 900-kilometre-long stretch of coastline that extends from Strandfontein near Muizenberg to Plettenberg Bay in the southern Cape. Every year, between June and December, Southern right whales’ mate and calve, giving you the awe-inspiring opportunity to get up close with them. Calving normally takes place in August and September but can happen as early as July. From December until mid-February, large super-groups of Humpback whales, reaching as many as 150 per group can be seen on the west coast. 

Also known as Cape Town’s Whale Central, False Bay previously conducted whaling in the 1800’s. Today, whaling is illegal and whaling stations are now viewing points. However, there’s nothing like viewing the whales in the open ocean. Witness these magnificent creatures in their mating pods and with their young teaching them how to swim and protect themselves. In a display of pure strength, you can view the whales breaching out of the water, presenting a photographer’s dream!  

The whale watching tours run daily and offer guests an opportunity to encounter the migratory Humpback and Southern Right Whales up close in their natural habitat.

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27 June 2023

Next trip 28 June

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