nice beach and also great view according to the view of water of two ocean and also stones position on another one makes there unique
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A really breathtaking place. Went there in esrly December.vEntrance ticket: R145 for adult, R75 for child. Amazing scenery, best attraction to see BLUE. Couldn't take my eyes away from the blue ocean and blue sky. Once in a life time, must go to this beautiful...More
This was my fifth visit to the Cape of Good Hope. Each visit has been equally enjoyable because there is tranquility here with Panoramic views of the Atlantic Ocean amidst diverse flora and fauna. The coastline normally has rough seas explaining why the ocean is...More
this trip has to be in your bucket list. you will touch end of the world. just may be so windy. take some clothes warm and enjoy view
Historically and geographically important south-western most tip of Africa. A place of supreme natural beauty.There a plenty of hiking trails and the scenery is gorgeous.
Once you're in the park it's free to visit this enchanting place. Take a longer walk up the rocks and leave the tourist sign photo to the tourists...Explore!
This bleak, windswept area, is worthy of a visit from an historical point of view. A menace beset by violent storms and dangerous rocks, 26 shipwrecks have been recorded in this area. It was named the "Cape of Storms" by Bartholomeu Diaz in 1488 after...More
For me visiting Cape of Good Hope was like digging a part of history of trade between the European countries and the East. We couldn't spend more time over there because of the cold weather, chilling wind and moreover the kids had already started shivering...More