Wish we had spent a bit more time and been able to hike etc. while out here. If you're an "outdoorsy" type, plan to spend more than a few minutes.
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If you are in the Cape Town area a drive to the Cape Point area is a must. The waves breaking in are fabulous. You might see some strange animals on the way.
The feeling you get coming to the south-western most tip of Africa is like no other I have experienced. The history of the Cape of Good Hope and the impact this spot has had on Southern Africa cannot be lost even to the newest of...More
If weather permits, visiting Cape of Good Hope is one of the breathtaking views one can have. The car parks at a certain level and guests can take funicular to go up. Going down, one can follow the trail which lasts about 45 minutes. It...More
We visited this as part of a tour (evaluated separately). The landscape in the park is stark but beautiful. On the drive in we saw a troop of baboons walking along the road. Then near the point we saw multiple ostrich and a large buck....More
After driving a few miles through wasteland we did not have high hopes that the Cape would be something nice to see. I would not say the park fee was really worth it as the vegetation stays meagre but at least the lighthouse looks quite...More
You can't go to CT without spending some time on the South Penninsula costline, we were lucky enough to travel right doen the East coast to Cape Point and then back up the West coast - Cape Point is a stunning place, the views are...More