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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

Cape Point and Cape of good Hope are pretty nice places unfortunately the entrance fee is for all other nationalities than soutafrican more than tripple the price which is really disgusting and a shame that there is a two class society. Beside that it is worth to go there and enjoy the beautiful nature.

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Reviewed 5 days ago

We used a tour guide from Simons Town It was well worth it She was informative and friendly, stopping at all the major places at the cape. The cape itself was interesting but the major thought was that looking south there was nothing until the Antarctic

Thank H4772NMrogerh
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Reviewed 1 week ago

We visited on an organised trip and as is usual with this type of trip, there are so many tourist coaches coming and going that you do not get the real feel for the location.
We did step away and explore a bit. Fascinated by the hundreds of cormorants and the wave power of the sea. A good walk inland is also possible. Its probably most peoples South African bucket list tick. It deserves more exploration than just that

Thank Cotonboy
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Visiting the place where Vasco de Game landed and began the exploration to the other side of Africa was amazing. You can see the place where the Indian and Atlantic oceans meet. It was rather windy while we were there and you will have to park a ways away from the point given its popularity, but it is worth it. There is signage on the ground level and you can make a short hike up to have an even better vantage point. Also some interesting wildlife in the area--we saw two adult ostriches and their 4 young ones while there.

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Reviewed 1 week ago

An awesome experience, to know that you are at the southern tip of Africa.
Also a good place following trails up and down watching the sea below

Thank Nthabiseng M
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Hundreds of people in tour groups disgorging from buses then hanging about around a sign with cameras and phones taking pictures. Why not walk away a bit and take in the fantastic scenery and appreciate where you actually are. This is big country but just going there to take a picture is, frankly, a waste of time

Thank ScotlandEartha
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Reviewed 1 week ago

Too many coach loads of tourists queuing up to have a picture taken by a sign. It's slightly dubious claim to fame doesn't add anyting either.

Thank Simon L
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Reviewed 1 week ago

This is worth a visit but as there are lots of road works en route it takes quite a while to actually get to the end point. Look out for the seals in the sea nad lazing on the rocks.

Thank alanreg
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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

The scale is huge.
Stretching to the great ocean, the hill is huge, the cliff is huge, the lighthouse is standing high, ... everything looks huge.

Some steps of walking ups and downs are required, but it’s worth the views you can get.

A small issue when I visited was strong winds. I had to be careful not to lose any item because of the strong winds.

Thank W7927SH_
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Reviewed 1 week ago

A must see/do for anyone who gets as far as Cape Town. It is a bit of a drive down the western coast, but the scenery is amazing all along the way. Then you can swing around the tip to the eastern side and check out the penguins!

Thank Diana L
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