The Cape Peninsula is possibly one of the most visited attractions in South Africa and home to iconic attractions such as Table Mountain, Boulders Beach and many more. In fact, it is often referred to as the Big 6 attractions in Cape Town and includes Cape Point Nature Reserve, a UNESCO world heritage site, Robben Island famous for being home to political prisoner Nelson Mandela, Groot Constantia the oldest wine farm in South Africa, Kirstenbosch Botanical gardens, The V&A Waterfront and as previously mentioned Table Mountain
There are many ways to explore these unique experiences. Take a look at Top Activities Cape Town for a list of activities that incorporate all 6 of these amazing attractions. Perhaps one of the most unique ways is to explore the false bay coastline with a water bike. Water bikes have taken Cape Town by storm and is currently all the rage.
Water Bikes Cape Town and Simon’s Town Water Bikes offer an unforgettable guided water bike excursion. Departing daily from the Simon’s Town Harbour, Cape Town Water Bikes the trip will either visit a local shipwreck or take guests on a fun ride to the endangered African Penguins situated at Boulders Beach. Adventurers can choose between either a 1 hour or 2 hour guided cape town water bike experience and see first-hand what all the fuss is about. If you are lucky, you might get to see the Marine big 5. Can you guess them all? Southern Right Whales, Great White Sharks, Dolphins, Cape Fur Seals and off course the comical African Penguin.
Why not make a day of it. We suggest a guided water bike adventure in the morning, followed by a visit to Boulders Beach. This way you can tick off seeing the penguins from land and sea and lastly a visit to Cape Point Nature Reserve. This is always a special experience and visitors can enjoy long walks with unparalleled views.
Water Bikes Cape Peninsula
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