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.
Cape Point is a paradise for day visitors. Beautiful views and an array of short hikes are on offer throughout the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve, and if you’re pressed for time these offer incredible returns. There are two longer hiking routes, however, that take you into the heart of Cape Point and the greater Table Mountain National Park region.
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 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.
Cape Point is a hiker’s paradise, and there are a number of beautiful and manageable short walks throughout the reserve.
Cape Point has an intriguing, albeit somewhat sombre, maritime history, and the shipwreck trails at Cape Point take you to the heart of the action.
It’s no surprise that we at Cape Point are big fans of funiculars, with our own Flying Dutchman Funicular lifting thousands of people up to the famous views overlooking Cape Point and leading the way to the old Cape Point Lighthouse high above the sea.