Hiking in Cape Point Nature Reserve

Overnight and full day walks at Cape Point available

hiking in Cape Point nature reserve

A view of False Bay from Vasco Da Gama Peak

Hiking in  Cape Point Nature Reserve offers some wonderful opportunities to escape the crowds and enjoy the beauty and splendour of this area. The landscape is flatter but somehow wilder than that of Table Mountain. The views are absolutely breathtaking.

The variety of walks available include a full days circular walk beginning and ending at Cape Point itself. Or if preferred a number of shorter 1 to 2 hour walks. Shipwrecks, vast expanses of empty beach, whale watching etc are all examples of some of the attractions of a walk in the Cape Point Nature Reserve.

Mammals in the Reserve include baboons, bontebok, eland, mountain zebra and Ostrich.

Full day hikes

Cost: R1600 per person (discount available if 3 or more in a group)

Cost excludes entrance to the reserve

Transport is available at no extra charge from Cape Town and the Southern suburbs. By arrangement only

Level of difficulty: A number of hikes are available with different levels of difficulty. You can discuss possible routes with your guide on the day.


 2 Day overnight trail  at Cape Point

Hiking in Cape Point Nature Reserve

Looking towards Simons Town

Cost per person: On enquiry

Includes:  Experienced guide, Entry to Cape Point Nature reserve, 2 full days hiking, Accommodation, Luggage transfer (so you only hike with a day bag) and food from lunch on day one to lunch on day 2. (transport available from Cape Town and Southern suburbs at no extra charge. By arrangement only)

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