Cape Point hikes
Hiking trips to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve at Cape Point.
Ostrich and Chacma baboons are often seen in the reserve, as well as many species of marine birds, such as the endangered Black Oystercatcher, Arctic Terns, Cape Cormorant, Cape Gannet, etc. Big game that occur in the park include Eland, Bontebok, Red Hartebeest, Klipspringer, Mountain Zebra, Grey Rhebok. Excellent whale-watching can also be enjoyed from mid-August to mid-October.
Two oceans trail
'round the tip of Africa...
This is a two-day trip with an overnight in the reserve.
A walk all the way along the Indian Ocean sea cliffs to the rugged and rocky Cape Point where the legendary ghost ship, the Flying Dutchman, has been sighted over the years.
Overnighting at the hut shelters, and continuing the following day to explore the historic lighthouses, Dias Beach and the Southern Western most part of the Cape of Good Hope, along the Atlantic Ocean, closing the circular route back to where the trail set off.
Cape Point hike & tour
This is a one-day trip.
A full day outing to the Cape of Good Hope, which includes a 3 hour circular hike along wild beaches to shipwrecks lodged in the sand, returning inland through the unique Fynbos vegetation. This is an “A’-Grade route, with very little uphill.
After the hike, we travel by road to Cape Point and walk to the Old and New Lighthouses. We also visit the most south-western point of the Africa, the Cape of Good Hope. Depending on your preference and time, a stop at Boulders Beach penguin colony can be arranged and provides great opportunities to see these birds up close.
Cape Point day hike & tour
1 Person: ZAR 5280.00
2 Persons: ZAR 2640.00 per person
3+ Persons: ZAR 1840.00 per person
Public liability insurance
Transport from Cape Town city area, return
Two Oceans 2-day trail
Meals or accommodation
Cable car fees (if required)
Personal, medical or rescue insurance