Planning a trip to Cape Point and don’t know where to start? Use the links below to get the latest details on opening times, entrance fees, accommodation options, and getting to Cape Point Nature reserve from across Cape Town. Have a question  about anything else related to Cape Point? Get in contact with us here. Want to download the free Cape Point audio tour? Click here.

Cape Point is open throughout the year, come rain or shine, with opening and operational times varying throughout depending on the seasonMore Info
There is a lifetime of things to see and do at Cape Point including shipwreck trails and whale watching, and we’ve listed our top 15 for you to check offMore Info
[If you have your own vehicle and want to self-drive to Cape Point, there are two direct routes that are spectacular scenic drivesMore Info
There are a number of quick and convenient ways to get to Cape Point if you don’t have a vehicle, including metre taxis, shuttles and the Metrorail trainMore Info
The cheapest and most efficient way to get into Cape Point Nature Reserve is with the use of a My Green CardMore Info
Take your trip to Cape Point one step further and spend the night in one of three superb self-catering cottages, all situated in the heart of the nature reserveMore Info