Named the ‘Cape of Storms’ by Bartolomeu Dias; 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.
To visit Cape Point is a dramatic and dazzling nature experience and a must-visit for locals and tourists alike. Cape Town is never short of spectacular scenery, but to not experience the panoramic views of the ocean, rugged rocks and sheer cliffs offered by Cape Point, would be an incredibly missed opportunity.
It’s the ultimate debate topic – do you prefer a sunrise or a sunset? Regardless, we can offer the perfect sun-gazing spots, this February, right here so you can fall in love with Cape Town.
Don’t let the winter chill keep you from enjoying the Cape Town Big 6 attractions and making the most of the coming months! Just imagine being cosy near a fireplace while sipping on a glass of red wine, indulging in yummy winter warmers with your family and friends. Here are our Top Cosy Spots at the Cape Town Big 6 attractions.
Cape Point remains one of South African’s key tourist attractions, one loved by locals just as much and with good reason! For many city dwellers, adventure-filled escapes are always on the cards and Cape Point provides that freedom to explore and discover the beauty of nature, with its scenic hiking trails, far extending breathtaking views and diverse range of activities.
Cape Town is packed full of amazing walks. These range from a casual scenic or historical stroll, through to dramatic hikes and extensive treks. Here are six of the best.
Ah, Cape Town. Bikinis and boardshorts, beach days, sunsets, cocktails, nature, nightlife, and that mountain. Impossible to ignore, Table Mountain is always right in your face. You have to go around it to get anywhere, and some part of it pops up in every holiday snap you take. But this is not a bad thing.
South African National Parks (SANParks), together with Total South Africa and FNB will be hosting the 15th annual SA National Parks Week, which includes Cape of Good Hope (Cape Point Entrance) from 16 to 20 November 2020.
11 July 2021: Lockdown regulations went into effect on 27 March 2020 in South Africa. Currently, economic and retail activity has resumed under strict strict health protocols.