Updated Cape Point Rates 

SANParks has updated their pricing for Cape Point entry as of the 1st November 2018. By now you would have seen that locals do pay less, but what does this all mean exactly?

Well, SANParks have done plenty of research and have introduced new pricing for the Cape Point entrance fees. South African locals now pay R76 to enter the reserve and all you need to bring along is your South African ID.

Our funicular pricing has changed too! Get to Cape point early between 9 am to 12 pm, and a funicular return adult ticket will cost you R70, with an adult one-way ticket being R55. Arriving a bit later at Cape Point? From 12 pm – 5:30 pm a funicular return adult ticket costs R80, with an adult one-way ticket being R65.

Visit Cape Point and explore the flora and fauna, take a walk or even just enjoy the views while having a bite to eat at our Two Oceans Restaurant.

 

See you soon!

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3 COMMENTS

Mrs Runkel

24 January 2019, 5:37 pm
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I was quite shocked to see how high the entrance fee is now. Our kids are half southafrican but obviously dont have a south african id
But they cant afford that kind of money
What a pity

Chris Mugno

8 March 2019, 9:03 am
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Is an SA driver’s license OK as ID? My ID book was stolen and I’m not sure if I will have it in time.

    Fatima Anter

    19 March 2019, 10:40 am
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    Good afternoon,

    Thank you for your message.

    SA ID Book, SA ID Card, SA Drivers Licence, SA Passport, proof of Permanent Residency or valid visa (work, spousal, volunteer, retirement, study). Every adult in the vehicle who wishes to claim the South African rate on entry must provide proof they are South African.

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