* Clifton & Camps Bay
* Twelve Apostles
* Hout Bay
* Chapman's Peak Drive
* Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
* Cape Point
* False Bay
* Penguin Colony (optional).
* Simon's Town
* Clifton & Camps Bay.
Situated along the Atlantic Seaboard, the beaches of Clifton and Camps Bay have been awarded Blue Flag status, offering pristine white beaches and beautiful, clear waters that make these beaches highly popular with locals and visitors alike.
* Hout Bay.
The small fishing village of Hout Bay is often jokingly referred to as the ''Republic of Hout Bay'' by Cape Town locals, and has the sense of being an entirely separate town. A beautiful beach, delicious fresh seafood, bustling markets and plenty of restaurants make this suburb a must-visit on any Cape tour. You will also have the option of going to admire the thousands of seals that inhabit the Seal Island.
* Cape Point.
Cape Point and the spectacular nature reserve that lies in this area is one of the most famous landmarks in Cape Town, and for good reason. Situated on the very tip of the peninsula, the area spans across landscapes such as rugged cliffs, lush fynbos and vast open spaces , no Cape Town tour is complete without a visit to Cape Point.
* Simon's Town & Penguin Colony.
Simon's Town is the seat of the SA Navy, and has a charming coastal town atmosphere and a vibrant history. Here you can find a thriving harbour, a toy museum, navy museum and plenty of other sights - nearby is also Boulders Beach, which is one of the only places in the world that you can swim alongside penguins.
* Kalk Bay.
The quaint suburb of Kalk Bay runs along the Main Road, with the False Bay coastline running on one side, and the mountain on the other. Along the Main Road lies a host of veritable treasure troves, from antique shops to costume shops, bakeries, restaurants and plenty more. The area is also excellent for whale watching during whale season (June to November).
Muizenberg is world-renowned surf spot, where people from all parts of society join in communion to enjoy the wonders of the ocean. Shark spotters keep a lookout for potential danger roaming in the bay.