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All reviews own eyes organised tour two oceans funicular railway light house most south westerly point flying dutchman amazing scenery beautiful view beautiful drive the reserve wild ostriches every direction gift shop day trip hout bay well worth the trip
The drive from Camps Bay towards Hout Bay and down to Cape Point is stunning and very enjoyable. At the drive into Cape Point you will pass False Bay (there's a wee path down) and watch out for Cape of Good Hope (the sign is...More
Growing up and having heard of Cape of Good Hope and the history and myths tied to the place, it was certainly a dream to set foot on the ground. We hired a car for the day and drove down to the Point along the...More
I had 2 days to spare before a conference in Capetown and wanted to see Cape Point and peninsula. I was debating whether to do it myself or get organised tour. In the end I decided to stay in Simonstown and so rented a car...More
We took the funicular up and down the mountain but if we were a bit younger we probably would have enjoyed the hike up. The views are magnificent. It was very windy the day of our visit and it really enhanced the ruggedness of the...More
We happened to be there when the weather wasn't the best. I defenetly recomend doing this on a nicer day. The views are lovely from both of the lighthouses. We were able to Ostrich and Dassie(which are super cute).
Would not recommend this in the rain, but on an overcast or sunny day, it's lovely. The views are wonderful, the flora is unique, and there are ostriches and other animals to see. We rode the funicular up to the old lighthouse, did the easy...More
Drove from Cape Town CBD to the Cape of Good Hope. Went to the Cape of Good Hope first, then did the short five minute drive to Cape Point. Had lunch at Two Oceans Restaurant, ran out of time to walk up to the top...More
Amazing scenery. Fresh air and do visit the light house built in 1859 on Da Gama Peak which is the summit of Cape Point about 238m above sea level.
Walking up takes about 20 minutes. There are buses if you want a quicker way up....More