We were pressed for time and expect to get to the top on a later tour. R215 for the return car trip, although it's about a 2.5 hr one-way hike.
Geo: -33.9017, 18.4266
Arranged for an earlier pick-up from Stellenbosch and shuffled our planned tours around to take advantage of the fine weather and do a helo tour later this avo. We caught the hop-on hop-off bus to get a look at the city and went up to the cable car station for Table Mtn. Then back along the Atlantic Coast, ending up at the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, a major tourist area.
Good eats and browsing, then got to our joy ride place a little early. We were the only passengers so we took off when ready. It was a Robinson 44 helicopter, room for a pilot and three passengers, with lots of perspex for excellent viewing. We flew down to Cape Point (right next to the Cape of Good Hope) then back up the eastern side of Cape Peninsula. Altitude around 2,200 ft and 110 knots speed. All up about 45 minutes and very good. Cape Agulhas, 150 km to the east/south east is the most southern point of Africa.