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.
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.
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.
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.