We start our tour at the top of the historic Signal hill, wind our way down into Camps Bay, past the 12 Apostles, and up and over into the fishing village of Hout Bay. Here we enjoy winder around the harbor and market while enjoying a deserved coffee break.
Next, we tackle a bucket list item on our bikes – the world-famous Chapmans Peak. After taking in some more jaw-dropping views, we load the bikes and make our way to Simonstown for a delicious lunch overlooking the sea.
Boulders Beach is next, home to a colony of endangered African penguins, so this is your once-in-a-lifetime chance to come within meters of them in a natural environment. The pristine beach surrounded by impressive granite boulders is part of Table Mountain Nature Reserve.
After visiting the penguins, your next stop is Cape Point, where we enjoy further cycling in this world heritage site.
The Cape Point Nature Reserve offers some of the most breathtaking mountain and ocean scenery in the world.
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