At the tip of the Cape Peninsula 60 km south-west of Cape Town, lies Cape Point, a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park; a declared Natural World Heritage Site.
Encompassing 7 750 hectares of rich and varied flora and fauna; abounding with buck, baboons and Cape mountain zebra as well as over 250 species of birds, Cape Point is a nature enthusiast’s paradise.
Named the ‘Cape of Storms’ by Bartolomeu Dias in 1488; the ‘Point’ was treated with respect by sailors for centuries. By day, it was a navigational landmark and by night, and in fog, it was a menace beset by violent storms and dangerous rocks that over the centuries littered shipwrecks around the coastline.
Cape Point is in the Cape of Good Hope nature reserve within Table Mountain National Park, which forms part of the Cape Floral Region, a World Heritage Site. It includes the majestic Table Mountain chain, which stretches from Signal Hill to Cape Point, and the coastlines of the Cape Peninsula. This narrow stretch of land, dotted with beautiful valleys, bays and beaches, contains a mix of extraordinarily diverse and unique fauna and flora.
Dear Cape Point Funicular Team, as the Cape Point Funicular was out of order today, we could not ... - Stefan Strixner .
Dear Cape Point Funicular Team, as the Cape Point Funicular was out of order today, we could not use our pre-booked tickets (See previous email conservation). Thus we would like to ask for a refund please. Awaiting your positive Response Thanks in advance
Stefan Strixner experienced the Return Ticket
Super! Quick way up. With a view.
Agnieszka Kowalska experienced the One Way Ticket - Up
We had a great visit to Cape Point and the Flying Dutchman. All went well, no issues, we did choose to walk down versus using our round trip ticket to enjoy the beautiful scenery.
Dawn Edgar experienced the Return Ticket
It was a fun familie outing. Well organized and safe. Views were amazing.
Yvette Venter experienced the Return Ticket