Pics: Cape of Good Hope

 
 
 
  • The walk from the bottom section of Cape Point to the lighthouse at the top is an easy stroll and accessible to all fitness levels. (Nadia Krige)
  • Don't forget to take in the awesome views all round while making your way to the lighthouse. (Nadia Krige)
  • Aloes, Fynbos and pretty flowers guide you to the top. (Nadia Krige)
  • Just to orient yourself from the top. (Nadia Krige)
  • If you're feeling a little lazy, opt for a ride on the funicular. It's also a great experience. (Nadia Krige)
  • The white-washed old buildings lend a measure of quaintness to the area. (Nadia Krige)
  • Majestic views. (Nadia Krige)
  • Ostriches explore the beach in the Cape of Good Hope section of Table Mountain National Park. (Nadia Krige)
  • Cape of Good Hope section ranger, Marisa de Kock shows SANParks' Nicole Biondi a map of the area during a marine walk. (Nadia Krige)
  • Seagulls gather along the tidal pool within the park. (Nadia Krige)
  • A little bit of beachcombing brings interesting finds. (Nadia Krige)
  • Each of Slangkoppunt Tented camps tents are equipped with two beds, complete with all the linen you will need and towels. (Nadia Krige)
  • Slangkoppunt lighthouse, close to the tented camp. (Nadia Krige)
  • The camp seen from the beach. (Nadia Krige)
  • The tents have a rounded metal roof with thin wooden laths keeping it in place. (Nadia Krige)