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Chapman’s Peak Drive
There are few better views in the world than what you’ll see on a late afternoon cruise along Chapman’s Peak Drive. The toll road ribbons along the Atlantic coastline between Noordhoek and Hout Bay and with every turn around the cliff’s edge comes another picture-perfect moment. Luckily, there are plenty of picnic stops along the way for those who really want to savour the view across the bay.
Chapman’s Peak Drive is affectionately known by locals as Chappies and is a popular route for runners, hikers, and bikers. The drive is forms an iconic stretch of the Cape Town Cycle Tour, making it a popular route for both professional and amateur cyclists. There is a toll fee to pay in order to cross Chappies. These fees are used to maintain the road and prevent rock falls, a fair price in our books.
- One of the world’s best coastal drives
- Chapman’s Peak Drive ribbons along the Atlantic coastline between Noordhoek and Hout Bay
- Toll fee payable at entrance