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Cape of Good Hope

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Cape Point Rd, Table Mountain National Park 8001, South Africa
+27 21 780 9526
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Reviewed 13 September 2011

We visited this place two times and every visit is different. Large parking place with many helpfull staff members. Its full day trip and its very clever visit a small towns at coastline. Cape of Good Hope point is very poular and peole there were...More

2  Thank Kroulak
Reviewed 7 September 2011

Get the cable car to the top, there is amazing views from here, some really nice pictures,

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Reviewed 1 August 2011

While in South Africa this place must be a mandatory attraction. This place brings together all the features that make it an attraction worth visiting: the first because you will experience a landmark (where the Portuguese explorer Bartolomeu Dias and his crew Were the first...More

1  Thank Simonest
Reviewed 20 June 2011

Last November me and my wife went to Cape Town and during one of the days there we made a Peninsula day trip, which we combined with a visit to the Cape of Good Hope National Nature Reserve. The Cape Point reserve is approximately an...More

3  Thank danielparker
Reviewed 6 June 2011

We visited the Cape of Good Hope for the second time this past January and it, along with several other peninsula attractions, made up an excellent day trip out of CPT. In the Cape Reserve, we highly enjoyed the unique ecosystem, flora and coastal seaside....More

9  Thank BradJill
Reviewed 31 May 2011

On the way to Cape of Good Hope we've visited Boulders beach with penguin colony. It's really nice and easy drive from Cape Town. Landscapes and views are absolutely stunning. Different species are walking and flying around (lizards, snakes, ostriches, baboons, springboks etc) and the...More

4  Thank marqoos_pl
Reviewed 30 May 2011

Cape Point Nature Reserve is certainly a place not to be missed in your visit. The view are breath taking and the animals roaming in a virtually natural enviroment are a real pleasure to see, and if you're lucky enough you may even be able...More

4  Thank bagorats
Reviewed 5 May 2011

We spent one day in the Cape of Good Hope National Park during our trip to CPT in January and thoroughly enjoyed everything about this fantastic day trip. Its easiest to visit the Cape as a day trip from CPT but you can also rent...More

14  Thank BradJill
Reviewed 23 March 2011

My family and I went on a guided tour of Cape Point, Cape of Good Hope and Boulder Beach. Our guide was outstanding and answered all of the questions we had. You would swear you were in the Caribbean with the color of the water...More

8  Thank tptraveler11
Reviewed 25 February 2011

I got John's details somewhere on trip advisor and booked a five (maybe six) hour round trip tour of the cape as well as numerous other beaches and bays with penguins and seals and fabulous views. I paid the equivalent of about $170 AUD for...More

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Response from MimieW | Reviewed this property |
We saw baboons and they're called Chacma Baboons.
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19 January 2018|
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Response from Honestperson1909 | Reviewed this property |
Well, for sightseeing I used the red and blue bus it was amazing. Renting a car is good enough but way more expensive.
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