A very shocking scenic spot. There are so many wild succulents in the park. The scenery is majestic. The wind is strong on the mountain and the waves are soaring down the mountain. On the road, I encountered ostriches and baboons. . Cape Town travels to one of the attractions, classic.
Until the opening of the Suez Canal, it was the only way from Europe to Asia on the sea, bringing huge wealth to countries. The Cape of Good Hope therefore has a special significance in the history of navigation and trade. Even now, giant freighters that cannot pass through the Suez Canal still take this route. The sea area around the Cape of Good Hope is the area where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans converge. The huge waves caused by the collision of ocean currents are endless all year round. Therefore, Dias, the first European who came here, called it "Cape of Storms." But by bypassing here, there is hope to reach the east and obtain wealth, so the King of Portugal renamed it "Cape of Good Hope". Now, the Cape of Good Hope National Park is a world-famous tourist attraction. Every day, countless tourists take pictures in front of the Cape Point sign.
The world famous Cape Point Nature Reserve is about 15 mins from the house.Stunning picnic areas,wild game and spectacular scenery
There is something very special about standing on the very tip of Africa. Plus it's natural raw rock beauty is amazing