Hike Cape of Good Hope
Should be on everyone bucket list. Our hike start on the South Western shoreline inside the Good Hope Nature Reserve and offers breathtaking views of the unspoiled beaches.
This tour pick-you up early from your accommodation in Cape Town city bowl. You’ll travel along the Atlantic seaboard with its sparkling white beaches along the Twelve Apostles mountain range to Hout Bay, then onto Chapman’s Peak drive, stopping at iconic landmarks and viewpoints along the way before arriving at the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. After entering the Cape of Good Hope & Point Nature Reserve, we drive 15mn to the start of our hike. Our Hike Cape of Good Hope
take you down South toward Cape Point
and the legendary meeting place of two oceans.. A scenic path with stunning beaches, spectacular cliffs it does involve occasional rock scramble. You are almost bound to get very close to baboons, small antelope Cape Eland, Bontebok, Grey Rhebok, Grysbok, Ostrich as well as Cape Mountain Zebra. Following a stop at Cape Point and at the old light house our return journey will take you along a well-maintained marked boardwalk to the famous Cape of Good Hope. The trail is popular for the unsurpassed views over the pristine Diaz Beach and rugged western shoreline. In spring spectacular flora and abundant bird life are one of the many highlights as well as Whale watching. Make your way to the very end of the trail and you’ll have reached the most South Western corner of Africa. A perfect photo opportunity to prove that you’ve visited the most South Western corner of Africa.
Hike Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve
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Twelve years after his first rounding of the Cape of Good Hope, Bartolomeu Dias
fleet was caught in a terrifying storm off the Cape coast and Dias vessel sank taking him with her. The Cape he had claimed at last claimed him. One of the giants of antiquity who is responsible for the raging storms at the Cape is Adamastor
a mythological character , semi-god one of the Titans.