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Cape Point Nature Reserve

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Cape Point Nature Reserve

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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.
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Senhorjab wrote a review Apr 2021
Pretoria, South Africa41 contributions22 helpful votes
Nature at its best, amazing views and great place to take some awesome pictures defenitly a bucket list experience...
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Date of experience: April 2021
Dylan Boyes wrote a review Apr 2021
Johannesburg, South Africa22 contributions22 helpful votes
Just 100% amazing views here! I have never been and was not even sure what I was going to expect. But wow! It says on the brochure one day isn’t enough to see everything and for once I feel the brochure got it right. Nobody needs my little review to say it’s perfect but it is! The only sad part was due to covid the restaurant was not functioning on the day - totally understandable but still sad.
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Date of experience: April 2021
Soehail Braakman wrote a review Mar 2021
London, United Kingdom644 contributions263 helpful votes
I really like Cape Point, its at the end of the peninsuala, so get ready for some stunning views and there is also an serene beach at the pathway which is really good! The place however is a bit inaccesable (there is entrance at the beginning of the park) by transit so you should arrange something, but when done I think its well worth a trip actually. I love the fact that you can see both seas (altough you do not see much a difference but its more the feeling) and there are places to have food/drink here too. Be aware though: its very popular so on an crowded day its packed and you may not like that, so better go during quieter times as trough the week.
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Date of experience: March 2021
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Janine G wrote a review Mar 2021
Cape Town Central, South Africa226 contributions56 helpful votes
Stopover at THE SCONE SHACK on the way to Cape Point Nature reserve. You won’t be sorry..... such a quirky little gem of a place with delish carrot cake and home made ice tea. Friendly service and delightful piglets roam the farm. A photographers paradise!
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Date of experience: March 2021
Pure_Photography wrote a review Feb 2021
Cape Town, South Africa233 contributions6 helpful votes
I absolutely love this little piece of heaven. We often go on the weekends, drive, walk and spend countless hours watching the incredible birdlife, wildlife, and changes of seasons. The fauna and flora are a highlight for me. We also often swim along the coastline, you get wonderful cosy little private beaches where you can enjoy the turquoise water on a hot summers day! We always pack our own picnic basket and bring our own drinks. When picking a spot to picnic, please be aware of the Chacma Baboons, they are opportunists, so will take any opportunity you give them. It's your responsibility to make sure you don't let them bug you. There is lots of space to throw your litter away, and when leaving please make sure you don't leave any food behind. Feeding the Baboons is a very cruel thing to do.
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Date of experience: September 2020