Full Day Guided Tour – Cape Peninsula

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A full day guided ride around the Cape Peninsula.

Leaving Cape Town on the coast road under the watchful eye of Lions Head Mountain we cruise through Clifton onto Camps Bay, then follow the 12 Apostles mountain range on one of the best motorcycle roads in the Cape with long sweeping bends, and the sea close enough to touch. We make our way up past Llandudno, over the Suikerbossie pass with views across Hout Bay and Chapman’s Peak drive. We continue down to the fishing harbor before heading to Chapman’s Peak lookout point. After some time to take in the view… We set off again making our way down the other side of  Chappies and on to Noordhoek.

Noordhoek lookout  – quick stop at the view point over Noordhoek beach then on to the farm Village to grab a coffee. After a caffeine and pastry fix we set off through Kometjie, up over the top past the lighthouse and continue through to Scarborough. From Here we take the Plateau road looping around to Boulders Beach and stop for some Penguin spotting.

Having worked up an appetite we pull in to historic Simons Town for lunch. There are many food options here but the Fish N’ Chips is always a favorite.

After filling our tanks we hit the road again towards Kalk Bay passing through Glencairn and Fishoek. From Kalk Bay we head over the top of Muizenberg on the shark spotter road and maybe even catch a glimpse of the mighty Great White making its way to Seal Island. From here we set off for Constantia via Tokai forest road and then on to the twists and turns of Constantia nek. Once over the nek we drop back down on an equally twisty road all the way to Hout Bay and start to retrace our steps from earlier that day back to Cape Town and in our opinion seeing the Mother City from one of her most beautiful sides.

Rider ZAR 1500 Pillion ZAR 750

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