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Cape Point Nature Reserve

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At the tip of the Cape Peninsula, 60km SouthWest of Cape Town, lies Cape Point. Located within the southern section of Table Mountain National Park; a declared World Heritage site, as part of the Cape Floral region. The Park encompasses 7750Ha of...more
Suggested duration: More than 3 hours
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Cape Town Central, South Africa
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+27 21 551 0288
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Reviewed yesterday

We visited the lighthouse, and hiked up to the top instead of taking the tram. I think that the walk was perfectly fine, and a good thing to do if you're in somewhat good physical condition. Up at the lighthouse, we noticed that the rocky...More

Thank Boromir1234
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

I loved the views from the cape point. It was an achievement just being there although the trip was quite a drive. I had a 2and half year old who is quite active he enjoyed climbing up to the tower but occasionally i had to...More

Thank Alice623
Reviewed yesterday

Go past quaint towns and picturesque beaches plus wild life such as imbues then you get to the Cape of Good Hope.

Thank Barry G
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

An iconic setting where Atlantic and Pacific oceans meet. Wear sunscreen, wear casual clothing - if not walking shoes and athletic wear!

Thank 365giannad
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We took a private tour with a driver organised through our hotel. Well worth leaving the cify behind and heading here for a touch of nature. Great views and interesting stops.

Thank malleegirl
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Well worth the drive from Capetown to the Cape of Good hope and a walk to the lighthouses at Cape point.

Thank euanmitchell
Reviewed 2 days ago

Very beautiful (starkly so – the vegetation is famous for being low and dry and adapted to the harsh conditions) park at the end of the Cape Peninsula. There are plenty of places to drive and stop off, walk or hike. There is a small...More

Thank D5331LAchrisj
Reviewed 2 days ago

An absolute must visit if you are in Cape Town, it takes around an hour and a half drive from the city, and this takes you along Chapmans Peak, the most wonderful drive along the side of a mountain! Cape point charges you a small...More

Thank Glyn B
Reviewed 3 days ago

Definitely worth a visit to see the stunning scenery. I did think that the entrance fee to this National Park was quite expensive (there are no reduced rates to RSA citizens/seniors). We arrived late morning and seemed to get there before the masses. The funicular...More

Thank juliarodman
Reviewed 4 days ago

Visited for the day while staying in Cape Town. First went to the Cape of Good Hope and was interested to see Seals and Ostrich. Next we drove on to the Cape point. We took the railway to the top where the lighthouse and viewing...More

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Frederick T
9 July 2018|
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Response from Desibabe | Reviewed this property |
Hi Fredrick - parts of this place might be wheelchair accessible. You’ll have to confirm with the website. For example, the funicular to the light house might be wheelchair accessible - don’t remember seeing signs. But once... More
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Yissi S
17 December 2017|
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Response from Martynjw | Reviewed this property |
I used Uber extensively around town but think this would be a big ask for them. We hired a car very cheaply Less than $20 per day from our hotel Marriott victoria Junction
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Liezl C
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Response from BobMarshall666 | Reviewed this property |
Hi. Liezel. The walk up is steep, but there are plenty of points to sit for a rest or to take pictures. If you want to eat there you will need allow a lot more time as the restaurant is very slow; we were told 45 minutes... More
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