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Cape Point ECO cruise

About Our

Cape Point ECO cruise

What The Cruise Offers

This tour offers an ocean-based adventure along the majestic & unspoiled Cape Peninsula coastline, very much today as it was when first discovered by the early mariners.

It culminates in the truly unique experience of rounding Point and soaking in the spectacular views from offshore and breathing the cleanest air on Earth, generated in the pollution-free southern oceans. Looking South, across the great expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, the nearest landmass is the Antarctic. For most of the 12 mile journey we hug the rugged shoreline and include a number of fascinating stopovers such as a seaward view of the famous Boulders penguin colony, a small seal colony and on calm days, even enter a sea cave with our boat!

Cape Point reserve is one of the most unique in Africa, because it protects a bounty of life on land and in the sea. On our return we take a more offshore route where there is always a possibility of encountering whales or dolphins

What Is Included:

  • experienced guide with knowledge of local history and environment
  • scenic views of the Cape Peninsula
  • ocean-based visit to the Boulders penguin colony
  • visit to a small seal colony
  • views of incredible beaches
  • explore a sea cave (weather dependent)
  • possibility of encountering dolphins or whales
  • dramatic views of the Cape Point
  • Highest safety standards
  • Departure

    We depart twice daily at 10h30 and 14h00.

  • Duration

    The duration of the trip is 2 hours.

  • Adult Costs

    Its costs R660 per adult.

  • Child Costs

    Its costs R550 for children under 12.

What The Cruise Offers

This tour offers an ocean-based adventure along the majestic & unspoiled Cape Peninsula coastline, very much today as it was when first discovered by the early mariners.

It culminates in the truly unique experience of rounding Point and soaking in the spectacular views from offshore and breathing the cleanest air on Earth, generated in the pollution-free southern oceans. Looking South, across the great expanse of the Atlantic Ocean, the nearest landmass is the Antarctic. For most of the 12 mile journey we hug the rugged shoreline and include a number of fascinating stopovers such as a seaward view of the famous Boulders penguin colony, a small seal colony and on calm days, even enter a sea cave with our boat!

Cape Point reserve is one of the most unique in Africa, because it protects a bounty of life on land and in the sea. On our return we take a more offshore route where there is always a possibility of encountering whales or dolphins

What Is Included:

  • experienced guide with knowledge of local history and environment
  • scenic views of the Cape Peninsula
  • ocean-based visit to the Boulders penguin colony
  • visit to a small seal colony
  • views of incredible beaches
  • explore a sea cave (weather dependent)
  • possibility of encountering dolphins or whales
  • dramatic views of the Cape Point
  • Highest safety standards
  • Departure

    We depart twice daily at 10h30 and 14h00.

  • Duration

    The duration of the trip is 2 hours.

  • Adult Costs

    Its costs R660 per adult.

  • Child Costs

    Its costs R550 for children under 12.

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Cape Point Gallery

See Our

Cape Point Gallery

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