There seems to be something about Cape Point that inspires our visitors to bring out their best yoga poses!
The Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve is home to dozens of species of animals, including a variety of birds, reptiles and antelopes.
With a bit of planning, you and your family can enjoy the magic of Cape Point for less than you think!
Winter may mean shorter days and colder temperatures, but it also heralds the arrival of whales to the False Bay coastline.
If you’ve visited Cape Point over the years, you’ll know that operations surrounding the funicular, stores, and Two Oceans Restaurant run seamlessly and without incident. The staff at Cape Point work incredibly hard to ensure that you have the best possible guest experience when you reach this section of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, and much of the hard work happens behind the scenes.
Cape Point’s resident pirate will roam around the funicular handing out delicious chocolately treats to families this Easter and present children with fun activity books that will teach them about the scenically beautiful attraction’s history, flora and fauna.
Each Cape Point staff member contributes to the guest experience in his or her own way, and we can thank the amazing teamwork between all departments for the world-class guest experience we offer.