Savour the sights and sounds of Cape Town from the back of your trusty bike, with a guide behind you every pedal of the way! It's fun, healthy and active - and
what's more it's good for the environment.
We leave Camps Bay with our state-of-the-art mountain bicycles, biking along the promenade with the fresh Atlantic Ocean breeze in our face. We make our way to
Maidens Cove beach, where we take in the magnificent views of the 12 Apostles Mountain Range and Camps Bay Beach lying at the foot of these majestic mountains. Our
journey continues along the West Coast, past Clifton. The bungalows perched on the water’s edge were built during World War 1 as temporary homes, in a time of
housing shortage. In Bantry Bay, once called Botany Bay, we stop at Darwin’s Rocks, to encounter more about the explorer and his revolutionary theory. From there we
take the beachfront promenade into Sea Point, which earned early fame in 1776, and is now a haven for Capetonians walking and jogging alongside the sea. We continue
to the Green Point Light House, the oldest working lighthouse in the country and through the new Green Point Urban Park to the famous Cape Town Stadium. We return
via High Level Road with its magnificent views over the ocean, cycling beneath the mighty Lion’s Head and Signal Hill, back towards Camps Bay where we indulge in
canapés and bubbly whilst watching the sun set in the deep blue waters of the Atlantic.
NB: This tour can be done as a morning/afternoon excursion and includes all bicycles, equipment, guides and canapés and sparkling wine (or non-alcoholic beverage
of your choice) afterwards!