So many things to see and do, so little time…..
Port of Call’s accommodation overlooks secluded sandy beaches that offer safe bathing in the comparatively warmer waters of False Bay. Besides the beaches, Boulder’s Beach with its breeding colony of African penguins as well as the 9 hole golf course are just over 1 km from Port of Call.
A steam-train ride along the coastline from Simon’s Town through the quaint towns of Fish Hoek, Kalk Bay, Muizenberg, where you can jump off to explore the shops and restaurants and beaches, and jump on again to travel inland through the Southern Suburbs and on to Cape Town, the mother city. And then return …..
– Drive through the nature reserve to the spectacular Cape Point, where the two great oceans, the Atlantic and Indian oceans, meet.
– Visit the famous Table Mountain. On a good day, take the cable car to the top. Or, for the more adventurous, hike up one of the many paths.
– The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront is a mecca for shopping and a great variety of restaurants.
– The wine route and wine tasting
– Visit the traditional Cape Malay region – Bokaap
– The Castle and Houses of Parliament in Cape Town
– Kirstenbosch Gardens
– Helicopter rides from Waterfront
– Boating in False Bay
– Shark-cage diving
– Naval museum in Simon’s Town
– Naval Day
– Hiking from Simon’s Town
– Whale watching
– Deep sea fishing
– Day drives up the western coastline
– Golf course
– Scuba diving