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The ride up is quick and smooth. Little waiting and no troubles along the way. You can choose to ride both ways but many in out group wanted to walk down (after lunch, of course) just for the exercise and photo opportunities.
It is well worth using since the walk is long and steep. It is about a 4 minute ride. Nothing special but very functional and you will be glad to have used it versus walking up.
Cost was R80 and we were lucky enough to...More
Most of our group decided to walk to the top, to see the light house and the view. We queued for the Funicular but the queue was soo long that they got to the top at the same time as us! It was quicker coming...More
Having done Table Mountain we ventured to the end of Africa to go to the top via the funicular. The ride was fine , but the views at the top were well worth the effort to get there.
If you have done Table Mountain you...More
At every three minutes, the "Flying Dutchman Funicular" connects "Cape Point" (lower station) to the iconic lighthouse (upper station) of historical "Cape of Storms" (now officially known as "Cape of Good Hope")! Adult tickets' prices range between SAR65 to SAR70, depending on period of the...More
This was a great way to get to the top of the area with wonderful views. We got there early before the crowds, which was nice, as it can get very crowded when the tour buses start rolling in. You can spend as long as...More
It's very steep otherwise though not a long way but with a rucksack on your back and a schedule to keep, it makes no sense not to take this modestly-priced convenience. Shops at the top and the bottom, splendid views from the top - What's...More
The Flying Dutchman is actually a tram that climbs the hill in the Cape Peninsula area. The name is also a monicker for a fmaous DJ in Singapore who now featurss on the morning show on FM 91.3 pn Mondays ro Friday