Cape Peninsula is located the southernmost tip of the African continent and is famous throughout the world.
This area of almost 8,000 hectares and coastline of around 40 kilometres is abundant with nature and where the sky adds that extra touch of inspiration. In all its natural splendor, the rocky landscape of Cape Point is one of the peninsula’s main attractions.
The reservation’s wildlife is an active part of the scenery as it is a safe sanctuary for mountain zebra, antelope, goat and deer. Shoals of tuna, dolphin, seal and even whale, live in the raging sea and more than 160 species of bird indicate the unique quality of this natural habitat. Smitswinkel Bay is known for its Bear Baboons that consume roots, flowers, insects and also seafood.
One of the Cape’s more amusing inhabitants is the Klippschliefer, which is also found throughout most of Africa.
The magnificent scenery of Cape Peninsula is totally captivating and leaves an indelible impression in the memory of all those who experience it.