The incomparable Cape Peninsula National Park is located in the southernmost region of South Africa. A day’s car journey around the peninsula through its unique and richly contrasting landscape is a most beautiful and spectacular experience that is without equal.
On the huge Peninsula’s temperate, yet windy eastern coastline, innumerable round boulders appear as strange stone monuments adding even more drama to this incredible part of the world.
The 8,000 hectares of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve cover the southern section of the peninsula.S ince 1998, it has been part of the Cape Peninsula National Park, through which there are many scenic roads that lead to a variety of fascinating locations.
Twenty-five different species of protea thrive in the region’s pastureland along with 139 plant species and 52 varieties of orchid. The abundant array of floral splendor is indescribable and makes the Cape a veritable Garden of Eden.
Nature has no limits on the coastline of the Cape and each rock and cliff contains a myriad of color, form and dimension. The rocks stand out like noble and protective guards, staring out into the endless horizons of the universe.
Such beauty can be found nowhere else. Cape Peninsula is an untouched natural landscape, a paradise at the end of the world!