Highly recommend going! Remember it can be very windy so dress appropriately! We went as part of a tour, so we could see multiple things the same day.
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This is where every tourist in Cape Town should go before they leave. We joined the city sightseeing bus tour by name of Cape Town Explorer, and it was awesome. The place is kinda windy near the seas, but definitely go for the hike to...More
Headed out to take in the scenery of the Cape of Good Hope. The winds were up and the day was clear. Climbing the rocks to a bird's eye view of the surrounding area was really nice. This was an enjoyable outing.
There wouldn't be too many travellers in my peer group that, in history lessons, hadn't heard tales of the Cape of Good Hope. Indeed, in my imagination, it has always been a dark place of wind, waves and terror. So imagine my surprise when our...More
The scenery is absolutely breathtaking! From the top of the point at the Lighthouse all the way down to the beach. We saw eland, dassies, lots of baboons, ostriches. We even saw a whale spraying water. But watch out at the cafe - baboons will...More
This was a really cool place. The views were spectacular. We ate at the restaurant and it was one of the best meals that I had on our month long trip around Southern Africa. We rented a car to go here. It was a great...More
To help the users I evaluate the attractions with the following rank: Don't go, Just go, Should go, Must go!! Before starting.. This cape IS NOT the southern most part of African continent, It is Cape Agulhas.. 260km far away.. Sorry to disappoint.. I did...More