The most southwesterly point of Africa, this is where the cold Beguela current on the West coast and the warm Agulhus current on the East coast merge. Situated in the 22 100 hectare Table Mountain National Park, Cape Point is one of the highest sea cliffs in the workd and a natural World Heritage Site. With 26 recorded ship wrecks it is easy to believe that the circumnavigation of the Cape of Good Hope led to the establishment of a sea route to the East and subsequent trade. A bird watcher’s paradise, approximately 1 100 indigenous plant species, some of which occur no where else on earth,  swimming at Bordjiesrif and Buffels Bay tidal pools and numerous scenic walks and trails, makes this a must include on any visit to the Cape.

Cape Point 8 Exclusive Getaways