Cape Agulhas Day Tour  

Leaving the City, we take the N2 highway over the Sir Lowry’s Mountain Pass to the most southern tip of the African continent. Cape Agulhas (Cabo das Agulhas meaning “Cape of Needles”) based in the Western Cape, South Africa, where the official dividing line between the Indian and the Atlantic ocean can be found.

Pick-up time: 08:00                                                                                      

Drop off time: 17:30  

Highlights of the day:

  • Taking the N2 Highway and over Sir Lowry’s Mountain Pass
  • Coffee stop in Napier
  • Driving through Struisbaai, Cape Agulhas and visiting the most southern point of Africa, Cape Agulhas
  • Climbing 72 steps up a 160 year old lighthouse(when open) overlooking the rocky headland of Cape Agulhas
  • On return we drive through Stanford and have and optional lunch in Hermanus
  • Land based whale watching can be done in Walker Bay (July to November)
  • On return we drive along Clarens Drive past Betty’s Bay and Pringle Bay
  • Return to Cape Town

Includes:

  • Coffee and cheese cake in Napier
  • Entrance fees to the Cape Agulhas Light House
  • Excludes lunch for the day and entrance fees to optional visits
  • Prices valid until September 2017

2 people

3 people

4 people

5 people

6 people

R1 950 p/p

R1 750 p/p

R1 550 p/p

R1 350 p/p

R1 150 p/p


You can also book a private vehicle, guide/driver and fuel excluding all entrance fees: 

3 Seater Toyota Corolla Sedan @ R2 950 for the day from 08:00am until 17:30pm

3 Seater Luxury Hyundai Sedan @ R3 500 for the day from 08:00am until 17:30pm

7 Seater VW Kombi Minibus @ R3 950 for the day from 08:00am until 17:30pm