We walked to the top of Cape point. The walk itself isn't too long but it is fairly steep - wear sensible footwear. Sine nice walking tracks and views from the top where spectacular. It seems a long drive from the entrance of the national...More
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Visited here for a couple of hours, amazing views and yes we were joined by a baboon! - they are wild animals so be weary and do not feed them!
Amazing views - and climb - of the surrounding area and ocean. Unique and highly enjoyable! The drive from Capetown is very beautiful as well.
Definitely worth a visit! The way up there is not very tiring and it is better to do this (if you have the choice) during a day with clear sky!!
The funicular takes visitors halfway up to the lighthouse (which was closed). The funicular station has a small museum. The walkways everywhere provided wonderful places to view the wildlife and the ocean. Well worth the trip.
If you're in the mood, you can hike it. It's not terrible but it's steep. The view at the top- totally worth it! It was great to see the history, learn about the purpose of the 2 light houses and then hike from there to...More
Tour group bus took us to the Point. Some of group took the walk to the lighthouse. Excellent views of the Indian Ocean. Others stayed near the bus.
cape point is a one more beautiful place of cape town to visit. funicular is good option to go up . one can see superb view from top of Atlantic ocean & on other side Simons town. last few steps are very high.