Tip of Africa Information Centre

Tip of Africa Information Centre, Struisbaai: Address, Phone Number, Tip of Africa Information Centre Reviews: 4.5/5

Tip of Africa Information Centre

Tip of Africa Information Centre
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Tourist Information, Accommodation, Short Videos of the area, Gift Shop, Curios, Souvenirs, Marine Aquarium.
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colaradopam
Chepstow, UK397 contributions
Well stocked
Jan 2017 • Friends
For a small town tourist office this was surprisingly large and informative, on the edge of the community as you drive in,next to the petrol station
Written 16 January 2017
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Janine W
Secunda, Mpumalanga, South Africa26 contributions
Very interesting
Jan 2017 • Family
Very interesting to visit. Well informed staff. Lots of interesting things to see and experience. Must go and visit.
Written 11 January 2017
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Stean_Bester
Cape Town Central, South Africa9 contributions
Love the aquarium!
Dec 2016 • Solo
In Struisbaai to visit family. This centre has a ton of info about the area, awesome items at the shop, beautiful aquarium and even a geocache.
Written 4 December 2016
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Alison C
Knaphill, UK167 contributions
Great Place to visit and gain information
Oct 2016 • Couples
We stopped off here on route to Cape Aghullas. The lady was very helpful and we wondered around and learned some useful information. We then visited the sea and amazed by the long sand dunes - well worth stopping off to see.
Written 12 November 2016
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EdK59
Sevenoaks, UK925 contributions
Tip of Africa
Jul 2016
Another place I visit quite often when staying in Struisbaai - great seaside walk to the southernmost tip of Africa. A boardwalk available, but nothing better than walking along the rocks and dipping your toes into ocean. Loads of birdlife, but beware the odd puffadders in summer - harmless of course, but only if you leave them alone.
Written 29 October 2016
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PieterfromRoodepoort
Johannesburg, South Africa219 contributions
Our first visit that far south
Sep 2016 • Family
The Western Cape Tourism deserve a complement for making this area so accessible. The boardwalks make a stroll to and around the Southern Tip of Africa a worthwhile trip.
Written 11 September 2016
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Mary_b_za
Johannesburg, South Africa73 contributions
Trip to the Tip of Africa
Mar 2016 • Family
We travelled to L'Agulhas specially to visit the Southernmost tip of Africa. You enter Agulhas Nation Park and follow the dirt road down to the tip. We parked at the first parking area and walked along the wooden boardwalk taking in all the beautiful scenery. If you are in a wheelchair you can park closer with only 150m of boardwalk to get to the monument at the Tip but please be aware that the beach is very rocky and unless someone carries you across to the actual monument you will need to stay on the boardwalk a few meters away. I highly recommend visiting and getting your photo taken at the Southernmost tip of Africa. A short - albeit very bumpy - car ride further along the dirt road will take you to the wreck of the Masu Meru which is quite a sifht to see.
Written 4 September 2016
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WineDineandPlay
St. Petersburg, FL1 137 contributions
Indian and Atlantic is fantastic
Sep 2016 • Solo
when you park your care at the visitor center, it is a good fifteen minute walk to the sign where the two oceans meet, at the southernmost point on the African Continent. It is a rocky beach area but they have a wooden pathway leading to the sight, so if you are in a wheelchair you can make it, but being along walk if you have trouble walking you may not make it. There is a shipwreck near by, and the waves crashing onto the shore and rocks is a fantastic sight. This is a place you must stop at when your visiting South Africa.
Written 3 September 2016
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huringa
Bunde, The Netherlands303 contributions
The real 'Tip of Africa'
Oct 2015 • Couples
Although a lot of people think that Cape of Good Hope (south of Cape Town) is the most southern tip of Africa where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet, the most southern tip is in fact 150 km. to the east at Cape Agulhas near Struisbaai.
We know this area very well and we have visited this place many times. Interesting but a real tourist place where all visitors climb the monument and have pictures taken from them. Looking at this 'theater' is also a lot of fun (in particular when they can't get off without the assistance of a few strong men). The nature around this most southern tip of Africa is beautiful (overlooking two oceans) and suitable for walking.
Written 1 September 2016
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Judy B
cape town28 contributions
started the trip where sign reads 1050km to southern most tip and ended at 350m to southern most tip
Aug 2016 • Friends
Amazing seeing a ship wreaked ship so close to the rocks. Made for some awesome pics at low-tide. Just clamber over the rocks to get as close as possible. We even found some amazing shells and rocks washed up on the shore
Written 28 August 2016
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