TOUR START/END POINT
TRANSPORT TRANSFER PICKUP TIME & LOCATION (if applicable)
The office will contact you for the exact collection time
TRANSPORT TRANSFER DROP-OFF TIME
Between 15H00 and 17H00
Fully Guided Tour – Limited to maximum of 10 guests on a tour
Racing Bike/Hybrid Mountain Bike and Helmet rental
Stop-off at Boulders Beach Penguin Colony - entrance fee not included
Entry into Cape Peninsula National Park
Wine tasting at Cape Point Vineyards
Lunch Platter at Cape Point Vineyards
Additional wine purchases made on the day
More About This Tour
One of the best ways to experience the Cape Peninsula is by bike. On our Cape Peninsula bicycle tour, you’ll have the chance to visit several popular destinations and attractions. The road bike tour is a peaceful, full-day journey packed with many exciting activities. You'll get to see the jewels of the Cape Peninsula and indulge in wine tasting and a lunch platter.
Our road bike tour will guide you along the awe-inspiring Chapman’s Peak and through Hout Bay and the Twelve Apostles Mountain Range. We’ll drive and cycle through Simon’s Town, a long-standing navy town 35 km outside of Cape Town.
African Penguins will welcome you to their rock-speckled shores at Boulders Beach. Cape of Good Hope, a section of Table Mountain National Park boasting stunning scenery and often-deserted beaches, is another spot we’ll visit.
Just when you think our Cape Peninsula bicycle tour can’t get any better, we’ll visit the Cape Point Vineyards. Guests can enjoy wine tasting and a gourmet picnic at the award-winning winery.
This road bike tour is a top choice for guests because of the hop-on, hop-off approach we've incorporated. If you're not up to cycle along the way, you can ride in the vehicle. Either way of exploring the Cape Peninsula guarantees a memorable experience.
More About The Cape Peninsula
The Cape Peninsula is one of the most magnificent wonders of Cape Town. It's renowned for its endemic floral species and indigenous animals. And it's also home to one of the most stunning national parks in South Africa. It's the best place to watch migrating whales, seals frolicking in kelp forests, and the endearing colony of African penguins.