Did you know Cape Point is home to some of the most beautiful and unspoilt beaches in the Cape?
The launch of Google South Africa’s Mzanzi Experience – Discover South Africa at Cape Point sees Google Maps Street View venturing into the Table Mountain National Park for the first time, giving its billion plus active montly users the opportunity to walk across Dias Beach and hike up through Fynbos lined paths to the lighthouse to drink in the spectacular view.
It’s hard not to be in total awe of the scenic beauty at Cape Point. While few pictures will ever do the sheer cliffs, blue oceans, and unbeatable panoramic views justice, a few of our Instagram photographs were particularly popular this summer.
The Cape Town Cycle Tour is taking place on Sunday 6 March, 2016, which means there will be some road closures that affect access to Cape Point. The good news is we’ll still be open, but there are a few things to keep in mind if you plan to visit us.
If you are looking for a romantic day or weekend away, or some ideas for a wedding proposal to remember, here are some suggestions.
Please take note of the scheduled maintenance on the Flying Dutchman Funicular at Cape Point from 8th to the 16th of February.
The City will simulate an emergency exercise in Simon’s Town to test the response of various agencies to a rail disaster.
Cape Point experienced a 7.2% increase in visitor numbers to 112 103 in December 2015, with 102 153 individuals specifically entering the park during the 21 peak season days from December 16 to January 5.
With the holidays officially over, we thought it would be a good idea to relive some of your favourite moments at Cape Point over the last few months. Here’s a bumper post of our favourite snaps you took at Cape Point these holidays.
In March last year, a series of devastating fires tore through the Mother City. The fires left a path of destruction in their wake, from Muizenburg and Cape Point, right through to Hout Bay.