South African National Parks (SANParks) is having its 11th annual SANParks Week from 12-18 September 2016. The week grants free access to most of the 21 national parks for day visitors, especially people from the local communities.
Cape Point has a free audio tour that provides an all-encompassing sensory experience, while you’re exploring the beauty of this iconic site.
With the school holidays coming up, we know you’re going to be looking for things to keep the little ones busy. Here’s a list of 78 things to do. Why didn’t we just make it 80…or a 100? We like 78 – it has a nice ring to it and if we filled all the gaps, there won’t be place for your suggestions.
If you are looking for a romantic day or weekend away, or some ideas for a wedding proposal to remember, here are some suggestions.
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:
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.
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.
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.