Circular Drive 20 Cayman Beach Gord (8.2 km from Cape Point Nature Reserve)
Boasting sea views 20 Cayman Beach Gordon's Bay provides accommodation with a balcony and a kettle around 1 km from Harbour Island. Situated 3 km from Strand Beach the property offers an outdoor swimming pool and free private parking.
1 Disa Road (16.2 km from Cape Point Nature Reserve)
Situated within 850 metres of a swimming beach Seabreeze Luxury Two Bedroom Self Catering Penthouse is located on the outskirts of Simon’s Town. Overlooking False Bay this property is 1.
26 Dorries Drive Froggy Farm (16.3 km from Cape Point Nature Reserve)
Restio Garden Studio is set in Simonʼs Town 2.1 km from Boulders Beach Penguin Colony and 22 km from Cape Point in an area where hiking can be enjoyed. Situated 1.5 km from Seaforth Beach the property features a garden and free private parking.
7 Dorries Drive Froggy Pond (16.4 km from Cape Point Nature Reserve)
Featuring sea views Dream a Little is a self-catering accommodation located in Simon’s Town. Free WiFi access is available. The property is within 1 km of Boulders Beach.
1 Bellevue Road Simons Town (17.1 km from Cape Point Nature Reserve)
Penguins View Guesthouse has well-equipped self-catering accommodation featuring free WiFi in Simon’s Town a 5-minute walk from Boulders Beach. Free private parking is available on site. All units come with sea views and kitchen facilities.
3 Meryl Road Seaforth Sound (17.1 km from Cape Point Nature Reserve)
Located in Simonʼs Town 2.3 km from Long Beach Magellans Hotel provides accommodation with a restaurant free private parking a bar and a shared lounge. 1.
185 Mcfarlane Avenue Boulders Simon (17.1 km from Cape Point Nature Reserve)
Boasting an outdoor pool and pool views Boulders Beach House is situated in Simonʼs Town. This holiday home has a private pool a garden barbecue facilities free WiFi and free private parking.
14 Secluse Avenue Boulders (17.2 km from Cape Point Nature Reserve)
Located at Boulders Beach with its famous penguin colony Boulders Beach Lodge and Restaurant offers en-suite rooms just 2 km outside of Simon’s Town.
Bosky Dell on Boulders Beach features garden views free WiFi and free private parking located in Simon’s Town 1.
VillaSA - Scarborough is situated on the beachfront in Scarborough.
Situated in Simonʼs Town 1.9 km from Long Beach Ollava Guesthouse features accommodation with free WiFi and free private parking.
Featuring air-conditioned accommodation with a private pool pool view and a balcony Villa Misty Cliffs is set in Scarborough.
Located in Scarborough this holiday home is situated 300 metres from Misty Cliffs. The property is 1.2 km from Platkop and boasts views of the sea.
Set in Glencairn in the Western Cape Region this holiday home is 5 km from Refuse drop-off centre.
Whale Bay Villa offers accommodation in Fish Hoek 40 km from Cape Town. Guests benefit from terrace. Free WiFi is provided throughout the property.
Located.ithin the suburb of Glencairn Heights this self-catering apartment is situated 2 km from the beach and the Cape of Good Hope can be reached.
Boasting a private pool and sea views Cape-x-ta-sea is set in Fish hoek.
Set on a hill with majestic views over the ocean A Whale of a Time offers well-appointed accommodation in a thatched roof house in Fish Hoek.
Boasting panoramic sea views Whale's Tale offers accommodation within 1 km of Fish Hoek Beach.
3 Riverside Mews is set in Cape Town. The property is 20 km from Table Mountain and 24 km from CTICC.
Cape Point Nature Reserve in Cape Town is one of the most spectacular places in South Africa. It is home to a rich variety of wildlife, with around 250 species of birds and 2,200 species of plants. The reserve covers approximately 12,500 hectares, making it the largest area of natural beauty in the province. It's also home to many endangered species including the African penguin, several whale and dolphin species, and a number of reptiles.
The nature reserve also features dramatic scenery; from rugged cliffs to tranquil bays and sandy beaches. Visitors can explore over 20 kilometers of trails winding through the fynbos vegetation, offering stunning views over False Bay and across to table mountain. Cape Point Nature Reserve is part of Table Mountain National Park and is a popular spot for outdoor activities such as hiking, bird-watching, cycling and swimming.
Apart from its natural beauty, Cape Point Nature Reserve holds much historical significance too; it was once used as a strategic lookout point by Dutch naval ships hoping to outwit British vessels during their colonial wars. The lighthouse at Cape Point is one of two lighthouses at the tip of Africa - standing proud since 1914 as a reminder and symbol of colonial rule past.
Today, visitors come to marvel at the awe-inspiring landscapes while enjoying activities like whale watching (in season), picnicking on the beach or just taking in the majestic views while sipping something cold from one of the local restaurants or cafes nearby. With breathtaking scenery, abundant wildlife and fascinating history - there truly is no better place than Cape Point Nature Reserve for an unforgettable experience!