Today, after breakfast, enjoy day excursion to Cape Point Peninsula- a mountainous scenic land formation, running 30 km from north to south, offering lovely views of the Sea. The point here is higher than the Cape of Good Hope. The next visit is to the Cape of Good Hope, at the southwestern point of the African continent. This peninsula with a rocky landform just outside of Cape Town. This place is also ideal for bird watching. Have lunch at a restaurant. On the way back, opt for drive through the area of millionaires. One in the city, get all set for an orientation tour of the city. Drive past Houses of Parliament- a building constructed in 1884 with additions done in the 1920s; the Castle of Good Hope- a 17th century castle that today houses colonial castle housing military and historical art museums; Signal Hill- also known as Lion's Rump or Lion's Flank, it is rocky mountain with a flat top from where you can enjoy the views of the surroundings; Sea Point- sandwiched between the Atlantic Ocean and Signal Hill, it is one of the most affluent suburbs of Cape Town; the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront; Malay Quarters- now known as Bo-kaap, it is a traditional multicultural area with colorful houses and the downtown business district.
After dinner, stay overnight in Cape Town.