Too much wind and rain, but I guess we were just unlucky... Nice place, but make sure you have good weather! Got some great pictures tho :)
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The Cape of Good Hope is basically a rocky beach with a sign telling you "This is the Cape of Good Hope". Proceed up the hill to the base of the funicular if you want great views of the ocean anda pretty lighthouse. Take the...More
The Cape of Good Hope and nearby Cape Point are worthwhile to visit by anyone who wants to add continental extremities to their list and appreciates nice scenery. Caution: the former can be very windy and the latter can have nasty baboons.
Worth paying the money and taking the tour bus up. Make sure to have enough time to explore and walk the area. You can spend all day at the Cape Light House and the Cape of Good Hope - many walking trails and stunning views...More
This a place for everybody, sightseeing, fishing, hiking, cycling, camping, photography, eating, relaxing, etc to name a few things to do at this place.
Wonderful for the whole family, teenagers included!! :) walking, climbing, eating, cycling, the restaurant The two Oceans is fabulous, amazing views. if lucky you can see game, Ostrich and tortoise plus amazing birds. we visit through out the year.
Dont go here to see animals ( there are some there ) but go for the beauty and splendorous views. The vegetation ( Fynbos) is absolutely beautiful but to enjoy it stop and walk around. You will not see it at high speed from your...More
There is nothing else than breathtaking scenery. That's why the Cape Peninsula is one of the best places to go. The unspoiled nature will give you an experience to remember for a lifetime. Chilly and super windy here at cape point... You can see waves...More
If visiting Cape Town for the first time, I would recommend to vist Cape Point and Cape of Good Hope. Nice piece of history of Cape Town. We took the cable car, as we did not have time to do the hike. I would recommend...More