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Cape of Good Hope

#2 of 7 things to do in Table Mountain National Park Features Animals
Cape Point Rd, Table Mountain National Park 8001, South Africa
+27 (0)21 780 9526
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Suggested Duration: 1-2 hours
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Cape Point Rd, Table Mountain National Park 8001, South Africa
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Reviewed yesterday

Wonderful place to visit when there are not many tourist buses flooding . Climb up to the light house to watch if your lucky dolphins an d whales.

Thank fortune2010
Reviewed 2 days ago

It was great to visit this place and spend our afternoon. The hike to the lighthouse was amazing with great views and photo time. For those who dislike the short climb, there is also a small train ride to add to excitement for a small...More

Thank Amit P
Reviewed 3 days ago

A branch road from the main one leading to the Cape Point light house takes you to the South-Western most point in Africa. Taking a picture at this geographical point is a must-do for most visitors, and this can take a long time, in case...More

Thank SNottIN
Reviewed 5 days ago

Enjoyed our stop at Cape of Good Hope. Beautiful waves crashing over the rocks.... loved it. If you have the time you need to go!

Thank Janet T
Reviewed 6 days ago

Tick it off your list but there's not actually that much to see or do here. Take a photo next to the sign and that's about it.

Thank MWLC
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

We completed this tour (inclusive of Cape Pennisula and the Botanical Gardens) on the very last day of our visit. It was awesome!!!! The sights were breathtakingly beautiful. Be sure to take a light jacket when traveling during their fall months as it can be...More

Thank HappyinATL2014
Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It's a great feeling in all that u have touched the end of the world on the southern most tip.... wow ! Very spectacular view with sea all around u... if u r lucky u surely have a chance to see some animals around on...More

Thank Amit B
Reviewed 1 week ago

While riding through the reserve, you could possibly see ostriches and baboons roaming around. The natural scenery was beautiful. There are also various places where you could pull of to take photographs but remember not to feed the wild animals.

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Reviewed 1 week ago via mobile

It is place to see for anyone who can afford to travel, Very humbling experience which brings you back hundreds year to look with sailors eyes when they first discover this place. Weather is very unpredictable and honestly this place looks much better on partially...More

Thank Dr. Anna F
Reviewed 2 weeks ago

Being there is definitely a magical moment as it feels you have reached the "end of the world". It is located into the National Park and the way to arrive there is beautiful! Monkeys, ostrich and several animals walk around!! MUST VISIT LOCATION! A good...More

Thank Alex K
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Huiyee L
Cape of Good Hope + Constantia itinerary help. Is it possible to do a full day self drive trip to the following locations? - Muizenberg - Kalk Bay - Simon's Town - Boulders Beach - Cape Point - Cape of Good Hope - LUNCH at Constantia (La Colombe) - Kommietije - Noordhoek - Chapman's Peak Drive - Hout Bay Please advise also on the suggested sequence? We want to avoid rushing from one location to another, any pit stops that I could remove from the itinerary? Thanks!
20 October 2016|
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Response from 689WilliamP | Reviewed this property |
It will depend on many factors. 1 Time of day - depending on where you are and at what time, you may encounter significant delays due to rush hour traffic. For example the Simon'stown area may become backed up due to the... More
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Selim S
We will be staying at the v & a waterfront before moving on to Hermanus, thought about taking in the cape of good hope on the way. How long would it take using m6 for camps bay & down the Atlantic coast as far as is possible then coming back up from the point via boulders beach & taking in false bay before joining the n2 & heading south east for Hermanus?
19 September 2016|
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Response from Ewa79 | Reviewed this property |
We have made the same route and it took us 1 day. There are lots of places to see and for the cape of good hope you need at least 1 hour or better 2. There is nice trekking from cape point to cape of good hope. There are... More
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Hi Bogotarocks, We are traveling to Cape Town in a few weeks and would love to see the Cape Peninsula. Can you provide me details of the private tour you took? Thanks!
9 June 2016|
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Response from Sarc1 | Reviewed this property |
Hi, In our tour, we drove past Muizenburg, which is a seaside surfing town but we did not stop. We did stop in Simon's Town, Boulder Beach to see the penguins, Cape of Good Hope, and Cape Point. We were asked if we wanted to... More
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