Good news: Cape Point main gate opens!

Cape Point main gate will be opening to the public on Wednesday, 8 July 2020. The park will be open for self-drive ONLY. The following activities will not be permitted:

  • NO hiking
  • NO walking
  • NO swimming
  • NO surfing
  • NO picnics or braai.
  • NO fishing

Trading times have been amended too. Gates open at 8 am and will close at 4 pm. You will have to exit the park by 5 pm. Entry into the park has been limited to 75 vehicles at a time. It’s important to adhere to the correct safety protocols, including wearing your mask & keeping a safe physical distance.

The Flying Dutchman Funicular, Two Oceans Restaurant, Food Shop and Curio stores remain closed. Opening dates for these facilities will be communicated once confirmed.

All queries can be directed to Cape Point on info@capepoint.co.za

 

Stay safe

 

#ExperienceCapePoint

 

Tamzyn_Jade

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13 COMMENTS

Deborah Gillian Small

8 July 2020, 7:01 am
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When you guys open on the 8 July 2020, can you please advise what the tariffs are to get into the Main entrance gate

    Tamzyn Manuel

    8 July 2020, 1:04 pm
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    Good afternoon Deborah, our rates remain unchanged.

    The standard entry is R320 and R80 with a South African ID.

    Stay safe!

Aimable Munyaneza

8 July 2020, 9:07 am
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That’s good News so far.

Cheryl

8 July 2020, 4:41 pm
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Can we get out of the cars. How will we know how many people in the park.

mary crossley

8 July 2020, 8:48 pm
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where can I buy the 12 entry pass for locals. is the tokai office open yet.

James Sampson

9 July 2020, 7:04 am
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With all the restrictions, it seems that only driving in and driving out is allowed. No walking or hiking which is one the most social distancing activities available is not allowed. I will wait until these and picnics are allowed. This with the Funicular, restaurant and cafe not being operational.

    Tamzyn Manuel

    17 August 2020, 4:55 am
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    Good morning James,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    We’ll pass it on to the SANParks team.

    Stay safe,
    Team Cape Point

Dom

10 July 2020, 3:06 pm
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Really No Walking?? No Hiking??
Whats the point?
Surely everybody knows about social distancing by now. We all go to shops etc.
Do you not trust your own fellow citizens?
R320 is also a royal rip off.
So much for National parks belonging to the people of this country. Couldn’t be father from the truth.

    Tamzyn Manuel

    17 August 2020, 4:54 am
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    Good morning Dom,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    We’ll pass it on to the SANParks team.

    Stay safe,
    Team Cape Point

Lindsay

18 July 2020, 10:20 am
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I fail to understand how being in the great outdoors is more dangerous than a shopping mall, supermarket or for that matter a taxi packed to 100% capacity. SanParks has not applied themselves to solving this problem and is miserably failing the greater public. Get real !

    Tamzyn Manuel

    17 August 2020, 4:49 am
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    Good morning Lindsay,

    Thank you for your feedback.

    We’ll pass it on to SANParks.

    Stay safe,
    Team Cape Point

Michael Solomons

14 August 2020, 10:35 am
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Has the cape point reserve been approved for leisure activities yet?
Was waiting for the notice in the Government Gazette

    Tamzyn Manuel

    17 August 2020, 4:40 am
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    Good morning Michael

    For now we remain open for self-drive only. Once confirmation is received from SANParks informing us otherwise, we’ll share the update on our online platforms.

    Stay safe,
    Team Cape Point

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