Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve


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At the tip of the Southern Peninsula lies verdant Cape Point. The vast, beautiful Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve was declared part of the Cape World Heritage Site in 2004. Trails within the park lead to shipwrecks, tidal pools, lighthouses and Antonie's Gat, the hiding place of a slave turned Muslim saint, and you'll be hiking in the company of wildlife including curvy-beaked sugarbirds and cape mountain zebra. If you don't feel like walking, climb aboard the Flying Dutchman funicular that will take you all the way from Cape Point to the upper lighthouse, with its vantage point said to resemble the end of the world.

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Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve details

Cape Point

Area Cape Town

Telephone 21 465 8515

Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve website

Open Oct-Mar 6am-6pm daily. Apr-Sept 7am-5pm daily.

Admission R60 adults; R10 children.

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By Johan van Zyl - Nov 10 2014

Aproximately how long would a drive from Cape Town via Campsbay and back via Simonstown take. Including taking the flying Dutchman to the ligthouse.
Your answer wil be hugely appreciated. Regards