A visit to Cape Point brings together the place where the two oceans meet. The Fynbos is not to be missed
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About Cape Point Nature Reserve
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amazing place, pretty much the end of the inhabited earth of the african continent. we walked up to the lighthouse which is a serious climb on a hot day and takes about 20-30 mins depending on how many times you stop and walking at a...More
To stand on the top f the rock and look to the Atlantic and Indian Ocean is amazing , our guide took us around all the area and was very informative. We arrived early in the morning around 8.30 so no parking issues , it...More
simply the most beautiful landscape I've seen! would go there every day if I could! make sure to take water and spend a few hours there exploring! if you can just hike!
It is definitely worth it buying the funicular ticket to get to the top. The view there is amazing. It gets a little crowded at the top to take pictures with the city signs, but just wait a few minutes and you'll have your shot....More
Driving the peninsula from Cape Town to Cape Point was our first activity on an exciting trip to South Africa and more. We were disappointed with the weather and only on that day, of all days, it rained all day. When we arrived at Cape...More
We took a private tour all around the cape by a private guide, Her name is Joanna Jayne she gave us the royal treatment. Took us to the end of the country to see the beautiful Cape of Good Hope and the Nature Reserve a...More