17 May 2011

Cape Town: Free Guided Walks at Cape Point

Enthusiastic volunteers are offering free guided walks at Cape Point in Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park.
The meeting point for all hikes is just inside the Cape Point main gate on the 2nd Sunday of each month (May to December 2011). Walkers are advised to wear strong boots and have hat, sun block, raingear, water and a snack. You only need to pay the admission/ conservation fee at the gate; the guided walk is for free.
Please see SANParks' website for more info on the walks, the routes etc..

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Cape Point can be reached by car via the M4, Simon’s Town and Miller’s Point, on the M64 and 65 via Ou Kaapse Weg, Sun Valley, Kommetjie and Scarborough.
The M6 via Chapman’s Peak is currently open but it is sometimes temporarily closed for repairs after heavy rains. There is signage on the road some distance before Chapman’s Peak, which tells you whether it is open or closed.

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