Cape of Good Hope Trail
Cape Point Ostrich Farm
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Cape of Good Hope Trail information
You’ll need to book to walk the two-day/one-night Cape of Good Hope Trail, which traces a spectacular 33.8km circular route through the reserve.
The cost is R150 (not including the reserve entry fee) with accommodation at the basic Erica, Protea and Restio huts (each sleep six) at the southern end of the reserve. You'll need to bring your own food and a sleeping bag. Contact the reserve’s Buffelsfontein Visitor Centre for further information.
There are plenty of other great walks in the reserve if you don’t have time for the two-day trail. On the False Bay side, try the straightforward 3.5km walk from Buffels Bay to the spectacular Paulsberg peak, whose sheer cliff plunges 369m into the sea.