Was lucky enough to spend the weekend in Cape Town recently, in between some business travel. I took the chance to drive down to Cape Point and The Cape of Good Hope on the Saturday. Simply stunning. Once you arrive at the entry gate, allow...More
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About Cape Point Nature Reserve
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We took a trip with City Sightseeing Tours very good and well organised. We saw some wildlife in the park and really enjoyed the walk up to the lighthouse. The coast is rugged and wild which makes it so appealing to visit.
The Cape of Good Hope and its Nature Reserve are a must visit if you come to Cape Town. The scenery is spectacular, wildlife, beaches, this is Africa!
Cape point offers mountainous and such a scenic view! You can take a railway to the top and then walk up to the light house to see an amazing view of the oceans! Be sure to wear suitable footwear as the walk is challenging!
You are at the southern most point in Africa. The waves are crashing on the rocks. The sky is crystal clear enhancing the experience. You can hike up to the lighthouse or take the tram. There will be animals to see...an ostrich poking around for...More
There's an entrance fee to visit Cape Peninsula National Park. I think for adult it was something like R130, cannot remember exactly. Best way to visit the peninsula is with your own car, so that you can go and see everything. Make sure to get...More