Discover the Peninsula’s many charms, with the opportunity to land at a seaside destination. Renowned for its natural landmarks and historic attractions, this area has awe-inspiring beaches, breathtaking fynbos landscapes and endless ocean vistas.
From the V&A Waterfront, you will take off over the Atlantic, where Table Mountain and the Twelve Apostles will rise majestically to your left, with the white sands of Clifton and Camps Bay below.
You’ll soar over the Peninsula, admiring the cityscape and natural sights of Cape Town, whereafter you’ll have the option to land at one of the three attractions around Cape Point: Bordjiesdrift, Platboom or Miller’s Point.
Miller’s Point lies roughly 5kms south of Simon’s Town: nestled around large natural granite boulders on the shoreline. Enjoy fresh seafood at the Blue Marlin, or venture further to explore its sheltered diving spots, natural water slide and tidal pools.
With its shallow tidal pools, grassy picnic spots and fantastic braai (barbeque) facilities, Bordjiesdrif is an ideal adventure for family and friends. Enjoy the views of False Bay while relaxing in the company of South Africa’s rich fauna and flora.
Rugged and unspoilt, Platboom Beach is a pristine example of Cape Town’s many natural attractions. Spend your day on this stunning stretch of coast picnicking, walking, admiring the diverse birds and wildlife, or simply enjoying it’s chilly waters.