Cape Point

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Ancient remains found here show that this region has been used by man for thousands of years. This area has a lot to offer including hiking, fynbos which is unique to this area, and you get a chance to see more animals here than anywhere else on the Cape Peninsula. On a successful animal viewing day you’ll see different antelope species, ostrich, baboons, and other small mammals, reptiles and bird species. There are a few routes to choose from here depending on the amount of time you’d like to hike.

One reason to choose this route: To get off the tour bus and into the fynbos for a more in depth experience.

Time: 1-7 hours depending on route.

Cost: R1300 per person (minimum 2 persons). Plus R500 for the group to have a privately guided hike. Rates valid until August 31, 2018.

Includes: Pick up and drop off to and from your accommodation in Cape Town’s City Centre and Atlantic Seaboard areas.

Excludes: Entry fee to Cape Point (R150 per person)

Let us know if you’d like to purchase a lunchbox from us for R150 per person that includes a sandwich, seasonal fruit, snacks and 2 liters of water to keep your energy up along the way. Or purchase a snack pack which is all of the above minus the sandwich for R110 per person. We are happy to accommodate any dietary requirements you may have.

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