Specials galore at Cape Point during SANParks Week

Free entry at the gate, wild flowers in bloom and funicular specials are just some of the reasons Cape Point visitors will want to celebrate during the 10th annual SANParks Week, which runs from Monday 14 to Saturday 19 September.

Cape Point Celebrates Mandela Day with Groot Constantia Children

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.

Kids Ride And Eat For Free This Winter At Cape Point

Cape Point is running a Winter special this school holiday (27 June to 19 July 2015) offering children a free ride on the Flying Dutchman Funicular when accompanied by a paying adult, and a free kids meal for every adult main course ordered in the Two Oceans Restaurant.

Chocolatey Treats at Cape Point this Easter

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.

Love is in the air at South Africa’s most scenic destination

Looking for a novel way to indulge a special person in your life this Valentine’s Day? Look no further than Cape Point, which offers a romantic breakaway just a short drive away from Cape Town.

Win With Cape Point This Summer!

Visitors to Cape Point, named the most scenically beautiful place in South Africa by premier travel and tourism Lilizela awards, are encouraged to share selfies of their greatest moments on Instragram, Twitter and Facbook this summer in order to win incredible weekly prizes during the ‘CapePointScenicBeauty’ campaign.

Cape Point Website Goes German!

German speaking visitors to Cape Point can now access the website in their mother tongue, after the website has undergone a German translation. This follows hot on the heels of the Cape Town attraction winning the national Lilizela Scenic Beauty Tourism Award for best management in South Africa of a scenically beautiful location.

What not to do at Cape Point

Anyone who’s been to Cape Point over the years will be able to attest to the fact that this is one of the most pristine regions in the world. And when you consider more than 900,000 thousand visitors pass through the gates at Cape Point Nature Reserve each year, it’s an impressive feat that the region is as undisturbed and immaculate as it is. The passionate Cape Point staff and SAN Parks rangers work around the clock to ensure that it stays this way, but you can also do your bit to help out.

No Better Scenic Beauty Than Found At Cape Point

It was a big night for Cape Point at the national Lilizela Tourism Awards in Johannesburg last week Thursday (9 October 2014) with the attraction winning the Scenic Beauty Award for best management in South Africa of a scenically beautiful location which provides tourists with excellent accessibility, value for money and an opportunity to experience the rare and natural beauty of the country.

Cape Point’s scenic beauty wins top tourism award

Cape Point will represent the Western Cape at the Lilizela Tourism Awards on 9 October 2014 after winning the Scenic Beauty award in the provincial leg of the prestigious tourism industry competition, which is run by the National Department of Tourism.