Cape Point Nature Reserve

Cape Point Nature Reserve

Cape Point is a landform at the southeast corner of the Cape Peninsula, which runs north-south for about 30 kilometres at the extreme southwestern tip of Africa, and is often (mistakenly) cited as the point where the Atlantic and Indian oceans meet. There are a number of trails available that range from two-hour to two-day hikes. The scenery along the way is diverse, ranging from fynbos and fauna to shipwrecks, whales and vast stretches of empty beaches.

Cost of Entry into Cape Point R145 (adults) and R75 (child)


Cape Point Rd
Cape Town
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021 780 9204


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Time of publication: 09 May 2016