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Cape Point Nature Reserve is one of the most biodiverse areas in South Africa. It is home to many endangered animal and plant species, including four whale species, three dolphin species, four tortoise species, and 250 bird species. For the botanist, a staggering 1016 species of plants have been recorded here.

The History Of Cape Point

Cape Point has a long and rich history. It was here that Bartholomeu Diaz, the Portuguese navigator, first rounded the Cape in 1488. Diaz was searching for a trade route to India and the East. The Cape Point Nature Reserve protects many of the species that Diaz would have seen on his journey.

Cape Point Hiking

Cape Point is a popular hiking destination. Hiking offers an opportunity to spot big game, like eland and zebra, as well as smaller creatures like lizards and snakes. There are also many different plant species to be seen.

Cape Point Nature Reserve is a must-visit for any nature lover. It is an important haven for many threatened species and offers stunning views of the Cape coastline.

There are many different trails to choose from, each offering stunning views of the coastline. Cape Point Nature Reserve is also home to the famous Cape of Good Hope, which is the most southwestern point in Africa.

What to See at Cape Point

There is much to see at Cape Point Nature Reserve. In addition to the diverse array of plant and animal life, there are also many beautiful beaches and landscapes to explore. Visitors can also take a ride on the Flying Dutchman funicular. The Flying Dutchman funicular is a cable car that travel on a rail road. With 40 passengers per car and a length of 585m, you can always pitch up in large groups as you reach a height of 87m. It offers panoramic views of the coastline.

Cape Point is an essential stop on any visit to South Africa. It is a place of great natural beauty

Two Oceans restaurant

is a seafood restaurant at the Cape Point lighthouse. The restaurant has stunning views of the Atlantic Ocean and the Indian Ocean meeting. The menu features fresh, local seafood. There is also a vegan menu available.