Breathtaking scenes. Amazing to see the ocean in such a manner and being able to learn about the history of this country. Thanks to all the kind people and the info you gave us with all the maps and brochures.
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About Cape Point Nature Reserve
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We did a day trip along the Cape and it was beautiful. Saw an Ostrich and babies, Eland, Penguins, and Baboons on our trip.
Lovely Drive through to the access to Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope and lovely walking when you are there. Sadly we chose a bit od a miserable day so the views were not so good and you could not see the confluence of...More
Did the trip to the Cape of Good Hope via a guided tour (Red Hop on Hop off bus) which combined the Penguins at Boulder beach. Good day trip and the Cape is pretty wild and rugged, Guide did an optional walking trip which i...More
I suppose you must go to Cape Point because it is the most southerly point in Africa. So, if you want a picture of yourself standing in front a bunch of rocks that are the most southerly point of the African continent, you have to...More
The drive here is stunning. Cape point is free to enter if you have a wildcard (you still have to pay for the funicular). We hiked the Cape hope trail which was easy with amazing views of the sea cliffs and turquoise colored ocean. The...More
Rugged and natural - it's scenery is fantastic. A real treat to walk around and feel free. Very memorable and something that has to be visited.
Be prepared with your walk shoes, sunscreen and ensure none of your clothing is loose - the wind is strong and you may loose things (I nearly lost my seeing glasses from off my face at one point). The views are stunning. Give yourself plenty...More