One cannot visit South Africa and not have the urge to stand at its most Southern point. This spot, where the two oceans meet, has often been misplaced to being in or around Cape Town. This however, is not the case. Consider embarking on an adventure to the South Coast, where you will find spectacular scapes of indigenous Fynbos and breathtaking bays, verdant hills and valleys that run down to sun-kissed beaches and small fishing villages on rocky coasts.
This is where you will find Cape Point, comfortably reaching out to the open ocean. It falls within the Cape Floral Region, now a World Heritage Site, and thus boasting magnificent wild flowers certain times of year. Take the Flying Dutchman Funicular up the hill to visit the old lighthouse and keep your eyes peeled for the natural birdlife, plains game and baboons that frequent the point.