Highly recommended. This is a must see sight for those with the metric to make it to the southern most tip of the African continent. The sea spews a great mist across the landscape and the waves pound the shore with a furry. There's a nice monument portraying where the Indian ocean meets the Atlantic. All and all, a great... 更多
be prepared to meet a lot of people on the tip of Africa. Recommentation: visit in before 9:30 in the morning or after 4:30 in the afternoon.
Briliant! Great place to visit. The light house is a must do. Friendly staff and very informative display of history. Recently upgraded the lighthouse. Great to see they fixing up and protecting old buildings
I love this place! I am a bit biased. I enjoy kind of obscure geographical places and things. Visiting all the continents, all of the states etc lord willing and I live long enough. But this was a great day out. If you are on a very tight schedule and budget, you could probably pass on this, but if you... 更多
We went there on a beautiful day in March, you can walk around extensively, go up the light house and see the most southern tip of Africa. A special area with nice restaurants and lots to see and do.
It was a quite a long drive from Hermanus to Cape Agulhas but was worth it. The beach is not all that clean, lots of Sea Kelp lying around, but its serene and not crowded like a common tourist spot. The spot where the Indian & the Atlantic Oceans are bifurcated is Geographically important. I was told that at this... 更多
There isn't a huge amount to see here, but if you want to say you've been to the most Southern point of Africa then you need to visit. It's also the point where two oceans officially meet and the coastline is rugged and good for a few pictures. We went on a bit of a detour to get here so... 更多
lovely quiet tidal pools make a great swimming place for kids and grannies alike. Lots of interesting history to discover (mostly about shipwrecks, light houses, and the world war 2 radar station). The board walk to the southern tip is a relaxing walk.