At the tip of the Cape Peninsula 60 km south-west of Cape Town, lies Cape Point, a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park; a declared Natural World Heritage Site. Encompassing 7 750 hectares of rich and varied flora and fauna; abounding with buck, baboons and Cape Mountain Zebra as well as over 250 species of birds, Cape Point is a nature enthusiast paradise.
Rugged rocks and sheer cliffs towering more than 200 metres above the sea and cutting deep into the ocean provide a spectacular background for the Parks’ rich bio-diversity. Cape Point falls within the southern section of Table Mountain National Park. The natural vegetation of the area, fynbos, comprises the smallest but richest of the world’s six floral kingdoms. The scenic beauty of Cape Point is not its sole allure; it is also an international icon of great historical interest with many a visitor drawn to the area because of its rich maritime history…
Apart from offering visitors an exciting and novel method of travel, taking the Flying Dutchman Funicular saves visitors a long uphill walk from the car park to see the old lighthouse and enjoy the panoramic views.Read More
Two Oceans Restaurant
The Two Oceans Restaurant occupies an enviable position above False Bay at the south-western tip of Africa. The restaurant is famous for its seafood cuisine as it is for a superb wooden deck that overlooks False Bay.Read More
Cape Point Stores
There are three superb stores found at Cape Point each offering a range of gifts, curious, supplies and memories. Choose from Lighthouse 5, Cape Point Parks Shop, and the Logo Shop to get your shopping fix.Read More