As the richest fishing area in the Southern Hemisphere, Cape Agulhas is known for its gradually curving coastline with rocky beaches. Cape Agulhas prides itself with plentiful history and grandiose Geographic’s, situated at the southernmost tip of Africa.
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+ Pick up from accommodation in Cape Town.
+ Tour travelling via the N2 through the scenic Caledon.
Caledon is primarily an agricultural district situated in the heart of the Overberg region. The historic town is known for the Caledon Spa and Casino, rich canola fields and grain production.
+ Cape Agulhas lighthouse and museum
Built in 1849, the Cape Agulhas lighthouse has been serving the seas for over 150 years and consists of the only lighthouse museum in South Africa. The lighthouse surrounded by the 20 000-hectare Agulhas National Park, prides itself with not only a museum rich in history but also a restaurant and curio gift shop.
+ Cape Agulhas Museum
The Bredasdorp Shipwreck Museum was the centre of a drive to restore the Cape Agulhas lighthouse when deterioration set in. The museum boasts artifacts and remains of some of the area’s biggest shipwrecks, for example: The Queen of the Thames, The Arsonist and so forth.
+ And were the two oceans meet
At the most Southern tip of Africa, situated approximately 170km’s Southeast of Cape Town, it is here where the warm Indian Ocean and cold Atlantic Ocean’s meet.
R800.00 p/p excludes all entrances