Cape Point recently treated 70 boys and girls from disadvantaged communities in the South Peninsula to a festive Christmas party on the beach at Bortjiesrif in Cape Point on Thursday 10 December 2015. This is what we got up to!
With perfect summer weather and long school holidays, December and January are typically the most popular time of the year to explore Cape Point. Here are some tips for making the most of your trip:
This December Cape Point is giving away a range of fantastic prizes in the What at Cape Point am I? competition.
Mr Monopoly was spotted at Cape Point last week. While visiting Cape Town he decided to make it his home with the launch of the Cape Town Monopoly board and Cape Point has proudly landed the most prestigious property on the board game. One of the Indigo title deeds belongs to Cape Point.
CAPE TOWN, November 2015 – Thebe Tourism Group (TTG) today announced that it is now the sole owner of the Cape Point Concession having bought the remaining 49.9% share from Murray & Roberts, TTG previously held a 50.1% stake.
It’s never too late to purchase your My Green Card which is a clip card exclusively available for purchase to Cape Town residents with a South African Identity document and grants you discounted access to the Table Mountain National Parks.
On the 24th September as South Africans, we celebrate National Heritage Day in one of the best ways we know how to celebrate our culture and diversity: having a braai – which is why national braai day falls on the same day. To make the most of this important day on the South African Calendar, we decided to give you a head start and share some insider braai spots at Cape Point.
This Mandela Day, Cape Point joined up with the members of the Cape Town Big 7 to treat 28 children from Groot Constantia wine farm to a range of the city’s top attractions.
The group of children, all between the ages of 6 and 20, made stops at several of the Cape Town Big 7 destinations, including a day trip out to Cape Point.