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Cape Town – Two Oceans Tour to Cape Agulhas

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1 Day
Availability : Year-round
Cape Town, South Africa
Cape Town, South Africa


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Tour Details

Departure & Return Location

We will collect you from any hotel in the Cape Town CBD area free of charge. Please notify us if you require a collection from outside of the stated area or on different times.

Departure Time


Return Time

17:30 approximately

What to wear

Comfortable clothing and footwear (no heels), hat, sunglasses and sunscreen.

Price Includes

  • Registered tour guide
  • Return transfers from central Cape Town hotels
  • Wine tasting
  • Entrance fees.

Price Excludes

  • Lunch
  • Optional activities fees
What to Expect


This private tour will give you an opportunity to explore the legendary meeting place of the two Oceans, Indian and Atlantic, at the southernmost tip of Africa. Admire the beauty of mother nature, and discover what makes our coastline a unique one.

You will walk on the pathway which will take you to the official meeting point of the two Oceans, the Indian and the Atlantic Ocean. Here you will find one of the oldest lighthouses in South Africa.
Also, on our route, we will be driving past some of the top white wine producers in South Africa. We can visit some of the best wineries, such as Raka, The Bario and you will be able to taste their lovely wines (optional).

After Cape Agulhas, we will drive to Hermanus for the land-based whale watching (seasonal).
On our way back to Cape Town, we can stop at Stony Point to see one of the biggest colonies of African Penguins. If there will still be time left, we can also visit beautiful Harold Porter National Botanical Garden.


  • Cheetah outreach (Somerset West)
  • Wine tasting at one of the best South African wine farms
  • Cape Agulhas National Park and light house
  • Land based whale watching in Hermanus with an option to take boat cruise (when in season: June – late November)
  • Place where Atlantic and Indian oceans meet
  • African Penguins at Stony Point