Cape Point is a landmark at the end of the Cape Peninsula, located in the Good Hope Section of the Table Mountain National Park, some 45 minutes drive from the Beaumont properties.

From its rugged, rocky outcrops and sheer cliffs, to the fynbos covered plains, Cape Point holds much in store for its visitors.

Experience an exhilarating ride in the Flying Dutchman funicular, which rises 238 metres above the ocean, to where the old lighthouse keeps watch over the seas.

Cape Point’s fynbos plains are home to 1 200 species of indigenous plants, various small mammals, many antelopes, as well as ostriches and zebras; not forgetting the Chacma baboons.
Take a leisurely stroll down to the beach, or tackle the one hour trail that takes you from the lofty 250 m high peak to the sheltered cove of the Cape of Good Hope. You are at the south-westernmost tip of Africa, and the adventure has just begun …

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