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Cape Town City Sightseeing Official Hop-on Hop-off Bus tour

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Explore Cape Town at your own pace with a full-day hop-on hop-off bus pass. Journey around four different bus routes, stopping at attractions such as Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Table Mountain, and the Cape Winelands, and spend as long as you wish at each. Enjoy a city walking tour or upgrade to include a Signal Hill sunset tour and a boat cruise to Seal Island.
US$16.54 per adult
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Kayla wrote a review Dec. 2020
Amanzimtoti, South Africa66 contributions1 helpful vote
Cape Point has the most stunning views of the ocean and mountains. I would definitely recommend the drive along the point you won't be disappointed.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Danny_Zam wrote a review Nov. 2020
Kitwe, Zambia92 contributions43 helpful votes
We were really looking forwards to visiting Cape Point National Park. Wild, beautiful scenery and litter free it shows the beauty of our country. Paying full price for SA citizens to come in we were shocked that neither the restaurant, snack bar or shop were open. After a one hour hike we couldn’t even buy a bottle of water. I don’t know what has happened but this shows a massive deterioration in the level of service at our national parks. Staff are rude, everything closed up, graffiti not being cleaned up on the lighthouse all show a lack of pride in our National assets. I have always recommended this as a key. Is it for anyone coming to the Cape. Now there is no way I would recommend it and frankly it is shocking how bad it has got. Pull your socks up National Parks, you have really let the South African people down - you should be ashamed of yourselves.
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Date of experience: November 2020
Steve wrote a review Aug. 2020
London, United Kingdom574 contributions993 helpful votes
You have the option of either walking or taking the funicular up to the Lighthouse. We chose to walk and didn't find it to be too taxing if you are reasonably fit. Either way you will be rewarded with some hugely impressive sights when you get to the top. There is a gift shop, toilets and refreshments available in the car park at the bottom.
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Date of experience: January 2020
Peter I wrote a review Mar. 2020
North Yorkshire, United Kingdom403 contributions113 helpful votes
Everyone goes here and rightly so but always remember, this is NOT the most southerly point in Africa. The drive to here and the views when you get here are superb. Great phot opportunities.
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Date of experience: February 2020
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Byron31 wrote a review Mar. 2020
Dublin, Ireland307 contributions82 helpful votes
Okay, we did find the entry system bizarrely slow, and we did feel the entry fee was very, very expensive. However, we had a beautiful clear day and the walks and views were amazing. Cape point is definitely the high point - go to cape of good hope if you want the sign photo.
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Date of experience: February 2020