Cape Point Nature Reserve
Cape Point, Cape Town, Western Cape
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- Recommended for:
- First-time travellers, Great views / scenery, Nature / wildlife, Sightseeing
Expert review of Cape Point Nature Reserve
You’re likely to find many a pamphlet that tells you that Cape Point, the southernmost tip of the Cape Peninsula, is where the Indian and Atlantic Oceans meet but that honour goes to Cape Agulhas, some 200 plus kilometres from here. This is, however, one of the most popular stops on the tourist trail. Climb the hill to the original lighthouse that helped save many a ship in these stormy waters or take it easy by catching the Flying Dutchman funicular to the top. Reward yourself afterwards by eating at the (refreshingly good) restaurant. The reserve itself is home to a variety of species of animals including zebra and various antelope.
Entry is 75 rand for adults, 10 rand for under 12s.
More information on Cape Point Nature Reserve:
- Price guide:
- National park / nature reserve, Natural wonder, Viewpoint
- Cape Point, Cape Town, Western Cape
- +27 21 780 9010
- Months open:
- All year round
- Opening times:
- Daily Oct-Mar 6am-6pm, Apr-Sep 7am-5pm.