We carry on travelling over Chapman's Peak, a beautiful road along the sea carved into the mountain.
Soon we arrive at the rocky cliff paradise Cape Point Nature Reserve. It is the most South-Western point of South Africa, for photographer a dream to capture the mountains with many of small beaches were often ostriches come up right to the sea. Here you also find the finest fauna and flora of the Cape Floral Kingdom. At the restaurant overlooking the false bay, you can have lunch and afterwards walk up or take funicular up to the Cape Point lighthouse.
Arriving in Boulders Beach you can witness the African penguin, as much as 3000 live here, nesting in holes raising their young.
Just bordering Boulders Beach we reach Simons Town, the seat of the SA Navy. This delightful coastal town has a incredible atmosphere and vibrant history. Docked at the Naval Base you are able to see frigates and submarines.
Kalk Bay is a fishing village with its costume shops, antique shops, cobbled streets, bakeries, vintage and book stores you will never get tired off. During June up to November you might be able to watch whales in the bay.
The long stretched coast road takes us further to Muizenberg, a famous surfing spot in South Africa with a wide beach and his colourful beach huts.
Now we are on our way to the wine lands. The scenery changes drastic into a fertile landscape were some of the world best wines are produced. Chenin Blanc, Shiraz, and the famous South African Pinotage are grown here. In Stellenbosch, a famous university town, you will have time to explore museums, galleries and gift shops.
At the Zevenwacht Wine Estate we will do a cellar tour, and the art of wine making will in detail explained. Coming out of the wine cellar you will be treated with the estate's finest wines and cheeses.