Private tour

From Cape Town: Full-Day Cape Agulhas Private Tour

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8 reviews

Activity provider: Beyond Africa Safaris
Private tour

From Cape Town: Full-Day Cape Agulhas Private Tour

Activity provider: Beyond Africa Safaris

From US$ 180.88 per person

Embark on a private full-day Cape Agulhas tour and see the Southernmost tip of Africa - the official meeting point of the two oceans. Eat seafood fresh from the ocean, see the penguins, enjoy a wine tasting, and spot a whale in Hermanus.

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Duration 10 hours
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Live tour guide
English, French
Pickup included
At your accommodation in Cape Town or the surrounding area. Please wait at the hotel lobby or concierge desk.
Wheelchair accessible
Private group


  • See the African Penguins colony at Stony Point
  • Drive to Cape Agulhas and explore the second oldest lighthouse in South Africa
  • Walk to the official meeting of the two oceans
  • Take a photo at the southernmost tip of Africa
Full description
Guests will be collected at their accommodation by a qualified tour guide in a luxury private vehicle. Embark on a journey to the southernmost tip of Africa where the two oceans meet, and explore Cape Agulhas and other towns along the route. This is one of the most beautiful tours one can experience. Stop at Stony Point to view the African Penguins colony, one of the largest colonies of penguins in the Cape. Continue travelling towards the town of Hermanus where you will enjoy a wine tasting at one of the estates in the Hemel-en-Aarde wine region. If it is during whale season, you will have an option to do some whale-watching in Hermanus.  It is recommended that you enjoy lunch (not included) at one of the restaurants in Hermanus, or at the seaside. After lunch, make your way to Cape Agulhas, where you will walk the pathway that leads to the official meeting point of the two oceans (Indian and Atlantic oceans) and take some photos. From there, explore the lighthouse, which is one of the oldest in South Africa and situated at the southernmost tip of Africa. Pass through some small towns along the route back to Cape Town, where guests will be dropped off at their accommodation or a restaurant for dinner.
  • Hotel pickup and drop-off
  • Tour guide/driver
  • Transportation by private luxury vehicle
  • Entrance fees to Stony Point Penguins colony and the Cape Agulhas lighthouse
  • Lunch
  • Wine tasting fees
  • Gratuities (optional)

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Important information

Know before you go

  • This is a private tour for you and your group only
  • A minimal amount of walking is involved
  • It is recommended that you bring comfortable shoes, sunblock, a sun hat, and a raincoat
Customer reviews

Overall rating

4.6 /5

based on 8 reviews

Review summary

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  • Service
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We had a great day. Pedro let us make our own agenda with a hike at Agulhas and a swim in the Indian Ocean. Never rushed us. Lots of local lore an d history. A wonderful day.

March 13, 2023

Unser Guide Gavin kam 1 Stunde zu spät. Obwohl er es uns ankündigte, dass es später wird. Aber gerade 1 Stunde, das geht gar nicht! Während der Fahrt erzählte er uns nicht viel und einige Fragen konnte er nicht mal beantworten. Zudem schoss er von uns zwei in Cape Agulhas ein paar Fotos, von diesen er versprach sie danach mir auf dem Handy zu senden. Doch leider bekam ich bis heute kein einziges davon. Frechheit. Wenn ich ihm etwas erzählte, wirkte er total desinteressiert. Dieser Guide ist definitiv nicht zu empfehlen!

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February 21, 2023


Had a wonderful trip with Ray. Excellent driver, friendly and made the whole day interesting. The weather held up and I can now say I have been to the southernmost tip of Africa!

March 16, 2022

Product ID: 67815