Cape Point forms part of the Table Mountain National Park and covers 7750 hectares of land and 40km of pristine an treacherous coastline. Over 1100 species of indigenous plants and 250 species of birds can be found here as well as other wildlife including Zebra, Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebees and more.
We travel along the Atlantic Seaboard via Sea Point, Clifton, Camps Bay and along Chapman’s Peak drive. A breathtaking coastal drive to Cape Point. We visit the Cape of Good Hope, the most southwesterly part of Africa, and learn more about the rich history and diversity of the area.
At Cape Point the Flying Dutchman funicular offers visitors an exciting and novel means of transport, saving visitors a long uphill walk to the old lighthouse. Enjoy spectacular views of False Bay, the Cape of Good Hope and the Atlantic seaboard and witness two oceans coming together. From Cape Point we visit Simon’s Town and the Cape Penguin Colony at Boulder’s Beach.