Cycling, mountain biking, hiking, wine tours and more in Cape Town, the Peninsula and Cape Winelands.
Daytrippers offers alternative day trips in and around Cape Town. We’ve got something for all tastes and ages and specialise in guided sightseeing trips, as well as mountain hikes and bike rides. Our service and attention to detail are exceptional and each trip features a delicious homemade picnic.
We call ourselves The Bicycle People and we’ve been in the adventure tourism business since 1992. Our fleet has grown to include over 200 bicycles, so we’re happy to cater to groups of any size with activities ranging from a leisurely half-hour cycle in a vineyard, to an intense off-road experience.
I had a lovely time on the Cape Peninsula tour. The guide, Bill, was very friendly and informative, ... - Hermona Tamrat.
I had a lovely time on the Cape Peninsula tour. The guide, Bill, was very friendly and informative, and it was a great way to take in all the highlights of the peninsula in one fun filled day. I would highly recommend this tour.
Hermona Tamrat experienced the Cape Point and Peninsula Tour
Hi, enjoyed the tour. Very imformative. Was very windy and after the first leg everybody was exhausted. Thanks
Jürgen Schröder experienced the Cape Point and Peninsula Tour
A Cape Town highlight! From pick-up to drop off, this tour was pretty amazing. Our guide was pleasant, and we had a varied, but interesting group. The weather was perfect. The tour packs as much in as you can reasonably do in a day, with excellent bikes (and pleasant rides), gorgeous views, a fresh and healthy lunch (suitable for vegetarians!). I honestly couldn't find anything about this tour not to like, and I don't even really like tours (but when in CT, I wanted to see the cape!).
Sonia Knapp experienced the Cape Point and Peninsula Tour
Super excellent service. Really appreciated how knowledgeable Pedro was about the history of the country and the legacy of apartheid. In terms of the places, if we were to do this again next year, I think we'd want fewer locations (like skip the penguins) and spend more time hiking. the beach walk was excellent. We'd definitely skip the photo at the cape of good hope as well. Even though it doesn't take much time, it's crowded and pretty whatever. the bikes were great, the lunch was great. Thanks
Benjamin Walker experienced the Cape Point and Peninsula Tour