Rugged rocks and sheer cliffs towering more than 200 metres above the sea and cutting deep into the ocean, provide a spectacular background for the park’s rich bio-diversity. Cape Point falls within the southern section of Table Mountain National park. The natural vegetation of the areas – fynbos – comprises the smallest but richest of the world’s six floral kingdoms.

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Description
Adults
Kids*
South Africans (with ID)** R85 R40
Standard Entry R340 R170
SADC Nationals R170 R85

Kids* = See footnote below*

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Adults
Kids*
Pensioners
Return Ticket R75 R45 R50
One way R50 R35

Pensioners** = See footnote below*

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Buy Funicular Tickets

Description
Adults
Kids*
Pensioners
Return Ticket R75 R45 R50
One way R50 R35

Pensioners** = See footnote below*

Buy Now

* Children: Cape of Good Hope ages 2-12; Flying Dutchman Funicular ages 6-16 years; children under 6 ride free; all children must be accompanied by an adult.

**In order to qualify for the local rate, South Africans must produce their ID, driver’s licence or passport. Electronic copies (i.e. a high quality picture on your phone) is also suitable.

***South African pensioners: 60+ get special funicular rates, but must show identification to receive pensioner rate

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humidity: 93%
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  • Cape of Good Hope Daily, 7am – 5pm
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    Two Oceans Restaurant

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    Friday – Sunday

    Tiger’s Eye (Gift store) Friday – Sunday

  • Apr - Sept
  • Cape of Good Hope Daily, 7am – 5pm
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    Thurs – Sunday

    Two Oceans Restaurant

    Food Shop

    Closed

    Friday – Sunday

    Tiger’s Eye (Gift store)    Friday – Sunday

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