Worth to do the full circle clockwise 👍👍 beautiful scenery specially the part where the tour busses don't go 😜 Chapmans peak wow wow wow 👍👍👍. Ok if you are not used to drive on the WRONG side of the road it can be scary...More
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About Cape Point Nature Reserve
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That has to be one of the top panorama views I've seen in my life. Absolutely stunning on a good day. The walk to the light house is really fun so is the funicular. Must visit if you're in the area!
Cape Point is in the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve within Table Mountain National Park and a world heritage site. The scenic beauty of this place is awesome. Beside many attractions one can enjoy a ride "Flying Dutchman funicular" from Cape Point car park...More
This is a beautiful area to visit, we visited beginning of November and the flowers were amazing . If you intend staying for a couple of nights remember that a lot of the accommodation is at the top of a steep hill so chose carefully...More
this is a must visit place. great views from the cape. amazing cliffs. you can walk there or hike. amazing place. we also had our lunch there in a restaurant.
This was a wonderful trip. Quite maxing to think there was nothing between us and Antarctica. The view is to die for as was the scenery on the way to Cape Point. Blue skies and warm despite being spring. Suspect very bushy in the summer...More
We drove through the park on the way to the cape. We saw Baboons, Bok, ostriches, and the view....wow. We had lunch in the restaurant and it was fantastic.
A definite "must-visit" destination if visiting Cape Town. We drove and stopped along any place that looked interesting to us, and we are really glad we had that freedom rather than being with a large tour group. We spent over 5 hours here and only...More