60 km south-west of Cape Town you’ll find Cape Point at the tip of the Cape Peninsula. It is a part of the Table Mountain National Park and offers spectacular scenery, wildlife such as baboons, Cape Mountain zebra, buck, ostrich and an abundance of bird species. You can easily spent a few hours driving thought this nature reserve of 7750 hectares with its unique flora and fauna, gorgeous bays and beaches and rugged cliffs. You simply cannot come home without a picture of you and Cape of Good Hope mark.
The Flying Dutchman Funicular
Are not as mobile as you used to be, or just lazy? The Flying Dutchman Funicular brings you up to the old lighthouse at Cape Point. This Natural Wonder Heritage Site offers a million stunning views. For opening times, rates and other useful info, check www.capepoint.co.za