We arrive in Camp's Bay from Kruger the evening of Feb. 14 and leave for home at 12:30 a.m. on Feb. 20. I've set a full day wine tour on Feb. 17 and need help with the logistics of sightseeing around the peninsula and in Capetown for the remaining four days. In the city, we'd like to hike Table Mountain, hike Lions head, see signal hill, see the waterfront and do a sunset cruise, walk to the Kirstenbosch gardens, and see Bo Kaap (missing anything else?). Outside the city, we'd like to see Boulders Beach, do Chapman's peak drive, Cape of Good Hope, Cape Point, Hout Bay, hit the Cape Point winery market, try a winery in Constantia and see some of the other towns/beaches/sights/hikes & walks in the area (ideas on which to see for sure our welcome... my boyfriend loves fish/fishing so maybe a fishing town?) Logistically, what is good way to group some of these activities by day? I know its a good idea to leave flexibility for weather, etc., but I'd like to get a better understanding of what is near each other and how long certain activities take. I think in general we'll start our day around 9 or 10 and aim to be back in Camp's Bay (where we are staying) for dinner. We'll have a car. Also, looking to build in some physical activity where we can. Thanks in advance!