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All reviews light house worth the climb great view interesting museum indian ocean southernmost point southern tip of africa interesting place to visit southernmost tip information centre the atlantic ocean worth a visit out of this world worth the effort beautiful place steep steps entrance fee
We visited here after visiting the most southernly point of Africa and after visiting the Cape of good hope I much prefer here. The lighthouse is well preserved and interesting place to visit. The staff are very informative and really friendly. Absolutely stunning views and...More
The lighthouse is just a lighthouse. A decent sized structure but obviously the location is the important point. But I much preferred the actual Tip of Africa structure a few hundred metres south as more interesting.
Very beautiful place with adorable views.
This is the southerm most point of Africa.
It is at this place that the Atlantic and Indian oceans officially meet.
A bit windy.
The cape Agulhas lighthouse was built to aid the early explorers on their passage of...More
Cape Agulhas Lighthouse is set in exactly the surroundings that one would expect, bleak, exposed and visible for miles around. The climb to the top would be scary if you don't like heights as the ladders are almost vertical at times but the view of...More
The museum is very small but have some interesting artefacts and information. To climb to the top you must feel confortable with heigths as the ladder is pretty steep. The views from the top are good and you can see where the two oceans meet...More