Had our own car so aloud all day, to be at the most south West Point of Africa was amazing,well worth the drive. Beware lots of Baboons on root!
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We travelled to the Cape and spent just 1/2 taking photos. There is not a lot more to see except the ocean, but you have to imagine that the next stop is the Antarctic! We did enounter a group of monkey en route, and were...More
This was one of our stops on a private tour. It was POURING rain and chilly and yet the tourists and coach buses were not deterred. Since this is the most southwestern point in the continent everyone wants a picture with the sign to solidify...More
really enjoyed the magical feeling of being at the SW point of Africa. beautiful drive on way down, before you get to construction area, be careful of baboons...they will open car doors! At cape, amazing waves and the cliffs and sound..wow!
We came, we took a photo, we left. Filled with so many tourists it was hard to take a photo with no one else in it. Really nothing there except the sign and a pretty coastline. There was a path to walk along and some...More
This is worth the drive in so many ways. JUST DO IT! Put your walking shoes on go on the marked paths and take a walk around the area. Grab some lunch at 2 Oceans while you are there you will NOT be disappointed.
We picked the tour to the top despite having alot of tourist to take photos of the good view of the mountains. We loved the place but i dont think i will go back there.
Although more tourists than last time, the Cape is still mainly unspoilt. Spend a few minutes to scramble over the rocks to get away from the crowds & look out to sea... Awesome!
If you have a free day you need to have a plan when attending Cape Point; a location that every person should attend. The plan you must have is to arrive EARLY; like 9.00-9.30am. As a group of 10 we travelled by motor vehicles from...More