Geographical extremes capture the imagination. From ancient mariners to contemporary mankind, the quest has always been to reach the poles, sail around the tips of continents, conquer the highest peaks and dive to the ultimate depths. This is the same spirit that captivated the explorers of yesteryear who braved one of the most challenging sea crossings of their time: the Atlantic-Indian Ocean crossing via Cape Agulhas. As the southern-most tip of Africa, it has always had its mysteries and adventure, and still captures the imagination of contemporary explorers.
Experience the majestic clash of water where the two oceans meet (Atlantic & Indian Oceans). This is also the most Southern Tip of Africa.
- Visit shipwreck Museum
- The lighthouse at the tip of Africa
- Struisbaai Beach (view the uninterrupted 14 km white sandy beach)
- Take the coastal route back to Cape Town via Hermanus, Kleinmond, Bettys Bay, along the False bay Coast)