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What visitors should know
The management of Table Mountain National Park would like to inform its day visitors to the park that water saving measures have been implemented especially in picnic areas such as Bordtjiesdrift and Buffelsbay in Cape Point, Boulders as well as in some of the other picnic sites which include Tokai, Silvermine and Oudekraal.
When the weather’s good, we like to braai! What better way to do this than outdoors with a beautiful view, the smell of the ocean and the sound of the sea.
We often get asked how accessible Cape Point is for people with limited mobility or any other disabilities. Here’s all the information you need.
Cape of Primates – Don’t feed the chacma baboons!
The Farmer Who Dressed Up as His Wife
Of all the stories about baboons of the Western Cape, perhaps the most interesting is the one about the farmer who tried to trick a meddlesome troop by putting on his wife’s dress and a wig.
We’ve put together a series of 12 podcasts to bring the myths, legends and true stories of Cape Point to you, wherever you are. Listen to the tenth episode below:
National Heritage Day is coming up AND it’s Tourism Month. What better way to celebrate South Africa’s cultures than with an array of delicious dishes and a prize that will take you to one of SA’s top tourist attractions.
We’ve put together a series of 12 podcasts to bring the myths, legends and true stories of Cape Point to you, wherever you are. Listen to the Cape of Horns episode below:
Cape of Horns
Bontebok of the Cape Point
Near extinction of bontebok in South Africa
Bontebok were once so numerous in the Cape that the first colonists considered them to be pests. The wanton slaughter of the animals eventually decimated the population. By the mid-1920s, there were less than 20 bontebok in the Cape.