Drumbeat's Cape Peninsula tour gives guests the opportunity to photograph and view some of the finest scenery in the cape including the view over Camps Bay Beach, the Fishing Harbour of Hout Bay,(with an optional boat trip to Duiker Island to view the seal colony), Chapmans Peak Drive, Slanghoek Lighthouse(Africa's Tallest Cast Iron Lighthouse), Cape Point (the southern most point of the Table Mountain National Park and the second-most visited attraction in Cape Town.

Returning back along the False Bay Coast Line, stopping at Boulders Beach to view the Penguins, Kalk Bay Harbour and Muizenberg Beach


This tour offers a variety of wildlife, landscape, seascape and flower photography. ?


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Terms and conditions: ?Agendas may be adjusted to suit individual interests, weather conditions or time constraints.


Cape Peninsula Nature Tour

Atlantic Rail tourist steam train passing the Brass Bell restuarant and bar on Kalk Bay station. Cape Point and the Cape peninsula from the air - photo courtesy of  Ricky De Agrela.Kalk Bay Harbour entrance. This is a poplar spot to see whales, seals and dolphins close up. Rainbow world! The Table Mountain national park stretching from Cape Town to Cape Point is one of the most spectacular areas to view the ever changing mountain landscapes.Muizenberg Beach and Surfers Corner with its colourful beach huts is another photographers favourite on the Peninsula Tour.Sunset as only the cape peninsula can deliver.Cape Point nature reserve boasts some beautifulfauna and flora alond side spectacular scenery.Kalk Bay by night - This little fishing harbour with its restaurants and bars is a popular place to visit on the False Bay coast line.
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