We saw wild ostrich and enjoyed the wide diversity of flora and fauna. Baboons are also wild here - and must not be fed as they can become aggressive. We would recommend.
At the tip of the Cape Peninsula, 60km SouthWest of Cape Town, lies Cape...
At the tip of the Cape Peninsula, 60km SouthWest of Cape Town, lies Cape Point. Located within the southern section of Table Mountain National Park; a declared World Heritage site, as part of the Cape Floral region. The Park encompasses 7750Ha of rich and varied Fauna and Flora. Cape Point is a nature entusiast's paradise.
Rugged rocks and sheer cliffs towering more than 200 metres above the sea and cutting deep into the ocean provide a spectacular background for the Parks’ rich bio-diversity.
The scenic beauty of Cape Point is not its sole allure; it is also an international icon of great historical interest with many a visitor drawn to the area because of its rich maritime history.
Home to the Flying Dutchman Funicular and the Two Oceans restaurant.