Going South for fresh fish and chips to Cape Agulhas
Duration: Full day
Price from R 1650 per person
* Minimum 2 / maximum 18 persons
Cape Agulhas is the southernmost point of Africa, and the official meeting point of the cold Atlantic and warm Indian Oceans. The history of L'Agulhas is a long and fascinating one. The koppie (hill) behind the legendary lighthouse in Cape Agulhas offers breath-taking views of the point where the two majestic oceans meet. Early Portuguese explorers christened this tip 'Cabo das Agulhas', meaning 'Cape of Needles'. This refers to the needle of the compass which at this point shows no real deviation between true north and magnetic south.
In 1836 the rocky point east of Cape L'Agulhas lighthouse was officially acknowledged as the southernmost tip of Africa. In 1907, a land surveyor located the southernmost point west of the lighthouse.
Exclusions | Personal expenses: meals, souvenirs, entrance fee for the lighthouse museum, etc..
Bring | Good mood – Camera - Sunblock
What to Wear | Clothing suitable for the current weather conditions
Location | Western Cape : Montagu / Robertson / McGregor / Bonnievale
- 09:00: Pickup at your accommodation
- 17:00 : drop-off at your accommodation