Cape Point Day Hikes

Cape Point Hikes | Guided Day Hikes

Cape Point hikes offers some of the most spectacular and rewarding hiking on the Cape Peninsula. Whether you are looking for a half-day or full-day option you’ll be impressed with what Cape Point has to offer. Expect spectacular views, breathtaking scenery, flat beaches, and mountain paths, Cape Point offers it all. Cape Point Guided hiking offers some of the most spectacular and rewarding hiking on the Cape Peninsula. Expect spectacular views, breathtaking scenery, flat beaches, and mountain paths, Cape Point offers it all.

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Cape Point Day Hikes & Excursions

FOUND 6 TRIPS:

LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER’S TRAIL

LIGHTHOUSE KEEPER’S TRAIL

CAMP HIGHLIGHTS:

Visitors who are eager to pay a visit to the famous old lighthouse atop Cape Point frequently skip the Lighthouse Keeper’s Trail, but we advise not to neglected this short trail that runs below the well-known landmark. The trail begins just behind the upper funicular station,

 

AVERAGE kilometers:

2 km

AGES:
5-80+

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE TRAIL

CAPE OF GOOD HOPE TRAIL

CAMP HIGHLIGHTS:

The Cape of Good Hope trail takes you along a well-kept and well-marked boardwalk towards the iconic Cape of Good Hope sign, situated far below the rocky shoreline. The trail is famous for its accessibility and unbeatable views of the pristine Diaz Beach and the rugged west coastline.

 

AVERAGE kilometers:

3.5 km

AGES:
6-80+

ANTONIESGAT TRAIL

ANTONIESGAT TRAIL

CAMP HIGHLIGHTS:

Buffels Bay Beach is a treasure concealed from the major tour groups, and the Antoniesgat Trail, which departs from the immediate vicinity, provides beautiful views, a mild level of difficulty, and the chance to cool off in the tidal pools or appreciate the well-maintained braai at the end of the hike.

 

AVERAGE kilometers:

3.5 km

AGES:
7-80+

GIFKOMMETJIE

GIFKOMMETJIE

CAMP HIGHLIGHTS:

The Gifkommetjie path parallels the south-west coast of Cape Point and provides beautiful views of the unspoiled coastline, lush green dunes, and open pans and marshes. It’s a great option for the fairly fit looking to get some good distance on a flat road.

 

AVERAGE kilometers:

5 km

AGES:
7*-80+

KANONKOP

KANONKOP

CAMP HIGHLIGHTS:

One of Cape Point’s most popular hiking enthusiasts is the Kanonkop Trail, which is a 3-hour circular path starting from the visitor center. The Kanonkop trail, named after the old canon at its peak, offers impressive views over False Bay, Cape Point, Buffels Bay Beach, and the prominent Da Gama monument

 

AVERAGE kilometers:

7 km

AGES:
9-80+

SHIPWRECK TRAIL

SHIPWRECK TRAIL

CAMP HIGHLIGHTS:

 The shipwreck trails are perhaps the most famous of the shorter walks at Cape Point. These unique walks depart from the parking area of Olifantsbos, each offering a fascinating insight into the early days of the many maritime disasters in Cape Point, and access to unspoiled fauna and flora.

 

AVERAGE kilometers:

3 to 1o km

AGES:
7*-80+