The Two Oceans Restaurant at Cape Point, which features one of the most spectacular views in the world, has been inducted into the TripAdvisor Hall of Fame after winning a Certificate of Excellence for the fifth year in a row.
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.
We’ve been overwhelmed with the hundreds of spectacular Cape Point Instagram photographs snapped by our visitors over the last few months. Here are a few amazing pics that caught our eye and capture the essence of a trip to Cape Point. Have your own Instagram pics from Cape Point? Tag @CapePointSA!
In order for everything to run smoothly at Cape Point, we have a large diverse team of staff who specialise in a variety of different tasks. And when it comes to the technical side of things, we have some of the best people in the business.
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.
We had a great time sharing the best of Cape Point via the official Cape Point Instagram page last year. Here are the top 10 most liked photographs from throughout 2014. Take a look and get involved by sharing your own favourite pictures of Cape Point by tagging @CapePointSA.
Cape Point operates on a number of different levels, and with thousands of tourists passing through the gates each year it rests on the hard-working and dedicated staff to ensure that each and every guest has a truly memorable experience. Experienced staff members from all walks of life cover everything from cleanliness and ticket sales, through to health, safety and funicular maintenance – and most of the work happens quietly behind the scenes.