Cape Triple Hikes

Cape Triple Hikes

Cape Triple Hikes is an 11 day (10 nights) escorted hiking holiday to experience three different regions in the Western Cape, South Africa. Explore Cape Town highlights such as Table Mountain and Cape Point, the Cederberg mountains and the Kogelberg area. It is an ideal holiday for first time visitors to the Western Cape who enjoy hiking.


  • Features

    Type Guided walk & minibus transfers (Except 2  days)
    Location Cederberg, Kogelberg & Cape Town
    Group size 4- 8 people
    Duration 11 days (10 nights)
    Grading Easy/Moderate
    Day Stages Maximum 15 km (5 hours) per day
    Distance Less than 150 km
    Terrain Mountain trails, urban paths
    Accommodation 6 nights Guesthouses & 4 nights-4 star hotel
    Meals 7 days all meals and 4 days breakfast only
    Cost Available on request
    Dates Oct – April is “High season”

  • Summary

    The Cape Triple Hikes tour starts and ends at Cape Town International Airport. You will spend time in Cape Town, the Cederberg (200 km from Cape Town) and Kogelberg (about 80 km from Cape Town). All hikes fully guided and on good trails. Walking about 5-hrs/day, 15km maximum All transfers, in aircon minibus included.

  • Highlights

    Table mountain Table Mountain is one of the official New7Wonders of Nature. The view from the top of Table Mountain has been described as one of the most epic views in Africa. Magnificent and unequalled views over False Bay and the Constantia Valley all the way to the Hottentot Holland Mountains and spectacular views over the whole of the Table Mountain chain all the way to Cape Point. You will also see Table Bay, Robben Island and Devil’s Peak, with the City of Cape Town, Lion’s Head and Signal Hill and Camps Bay also later coming into view.
    Fynbos” plants and wildlife The Cape Floral Region is the smallest but richest of the world’s 6 floral regions – no less than 9,000 species. It has been identified as one of the world’s 18 biodiversity hot spots.
    Cape Point and Boulders beach penguin colony Visit Cape Point Nature Reserve and admire the penguin colony at Boulders beach, hike along the False Bay coast to Cape Point.
    Historic Cape Town and V&A Waterfront Visit the District Six Museum, the Castle and The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront. The Waterfront is in the historic heart of Cape Town’s working harbour is South Africa’s most-visited destination, having the highest rate of foreign tourists of any attraction in the country. During 2013 24m people visited the Waterfront.
    Robben island From the 17th to the 20th centuries, Robben Island served as a place of banishment, isolation and imprisonment. Today it is a World Heritage Site and museum, a poignant reminder to the newly democratic South Africa of the rate paid for freedom.
    Cederberg mountains Walk among unique rock formations, waterfalls and mountain pools. Discover remote communities. If you prefer a more relaxed day a donkey cart is available
    Kogelberg Biosphere Walk through fynbos in the reserve


  • Itinerary

    Cederberg mountains

    Day 1: Arrival in Cape Town and transfer to Cederberg area. After a three hour drive from Cape Town and a light lunch in Clanwilliam, the afternoon’s walk leads you among element-sculpted rose-red rocks to a charming hamlet, where the villagers will provide meals and a comfortable night in their thatched roof guest house.

    Day 2: This day’s hike is longer, but donkey carts are available for those preferring a lighter day; the night is spent in the smallest village – 4 houses! – in the area.

    Day 3: On the the third day’s hike you pass waterfalls & mountain pools before reaching Kleinvlei, the remotest village of the Moravian community.

    Day 4: On the fourth morning a short hike through a spectacular gorge brings you to Wupperthal, a Mission village dating to 19th Century, and where your transport will be waiting to take you to the winelands of the Cape- about 3 hours drive. Overnight in a country house in Elgin


    Day 5 -Day 7: You will discover the lovely tapestry of fynbos in the Kogelberg reserve. Transfer to Cape Town and overnight in a Cape Waterfront 4 star hotel

    Cape Peninsula

    Day 8: Ascend Table Mountain (1 052m) by cableway, then hike towards the lush Constantia Valley

    Day 9: Drive down the Cape Peninsula to Cape Point Nature Reserve and after admiring the penguin colony at Seaforth and hike along the False Bay coast to Cape Point

    Day 10: Visit some of the area’s famed sites: the District Six Museum and/or the Castle and/or Nelson Mandela’s Robben Island prison

    Day 11 Explore the extensive (& expanding!) Waterfront for some last- minute shopping!

    End of tour

  • Accommodation

    You will stay in guesthouses and country houses for 6 nights in Cederberg and the Kogelberg region. For your 4 nights stay in Cape it will be the following 4 star hotel (subject to availability) :

    commodore hotel, cape triple hikes,walking and cycling holidays South Africa


    Overall rating for the Cape Triple Hikes tour is: “Easy/ Moderate”. You do not need to be ultra-fit but certainly able to walk between 12 and 20 km per day and be able to cope with some hills on mountain paths. Refer to Walking grades, for definition of grades

  • Rates & Tour info


    Rates for the Cape Triple Hikes vary according to

    • Size of group: 4 minimum to 8 maximum
    • Season: high season is October to January

    Cost per person for the full 10-night tour available on request


    • 10 nights accommodation in selected guest houses/hotels
    • 10 breakfasts
    • All other meals except 4 days in Cape Town
    • Guide for 8 days except 2 days in Cape Town
    • Transfers to different destinations and along the trail, where necessary
    • Route directions for 3 days independent walking

    Not included

    Items not listed above, such as :

    • Transport to and from Cape Town
    • Snacks,drinks
    • Meals in Cape Town

  • Travel information

    When to go

    Any time of the year, but the weather is more predictable during “High season” (Oct-Apr). During low season accommodation is normally more freely available.


    Cape Town has a Mediterranean climate with mild, moderately wet winters and dry, warm summers. Rainfall measures up to 1 000 mm (40 inches per year)

    Getting there

    For international visitors: Fly to Cape Town International Airport From Cape Town

    What to take

    Comfortable, well aerated clothes in keeping with the season. Always bring a pullover / windbreaker, good walking boots (already worn-in) and several pairs of cotton or wool socks. For your daily needs, you are advised to have a day-bag, a plastic bag to line your day-pack (to protect the contents from rain), rainwear, a sun-hat, sunglasses, sun block, a water bottle, plastic picnic boxes (for transporting your lunches), first-aid kit, camera, torch/flashlight and an extra plastic bag for litter.


    We recommend that you take out appropriate holiday insurance covering you against illness, injury, and loss or damage to luggage. This insurance should also cover the possibility of your having to cancel your holiday for any reason.


    In the Cederberg area you will be escorted by members of the local community. Qualified guides will accompany you in the Green Mountain area and for 2 days in Cape Town

    Availability and booking

    To reserve a date, go to Availability request

    To book, go to How to book, or


    Tel.:+ 27 (0) 82 888 1585 or + 27 (0) 21 852 5937 or Fax.: +27 (0) 86 618 3448



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