Where the Cape Floral Kingdom meets the fury of the ocean.A rugged mountainous coastline divides a cool Antarctic on the west with a warm current on the east, verging into a unique landscape of natural coastal scenery. The whole landscape is wild. Whales, dolphins, orca, seals, penguins and sharks abound the sea while the land’s fascinating biodiversity in plant and bird species characterise the region. Strand fynbos and mountain cliffs dotted with animals such as ostrich, bontebok, zebra, baboons, tortoises and snakes.
Discover the hidden highlights of the cape’s beautiful peninsula on a scenic cycle tour to the southernmost nature reserve in Africa. Beginning with a ride through the Cape Peninsula with a cycle through escarpment rare indigenous fynbos vegetation amidst Jonkerdams mountain bike route trailing into Redhill. Comprising of jeep tracks, red soiled trails, scenic ocean views and compact gravel sand. Thereafter continue cycling further down beautiful winding landscapes of the Peninsula into the Cape of Good Hope Nature reserve, undulating roads into the coastline for a stop at Buffels Bay Beach. Take a dip in the tidal pools, refresh and relax over a picnic lunch as views of rock cliffs and sandy beach spread out across the horizon. From here continue for a coastal walk to on a hiking trail (Antoniesgat) The walk takes you close to the rugged ocean line where powerful waves pound the peninsula with a number of caves and tunnels to explore en-route. The views over the bay, towards the mountains, and of course up towards the Cape Point lighthouse make this one of the region’s most enjoyable short trails and an intriguing hike to reach Cape Point’s finale
Cape Town and surrounding regions (Please specify your pick up and drop off location)
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