- Eight people, including the operator, will be allowed per funicular ride to ensure physical distancing.
- The sit-down Two Oceans Restaurant will not be operating.
- The Food Shop will offer takeaway options with limited outside seating.
- Visitors are not permitted into the Flying Dutchman funicular or shops without a mask
- The facilities, including the Flying Dutchman funicular, will undergo a deep clean every day and will be sanitised after each trip.
- Floor guides will be present to guide visitors when queuing
- Online bookings and ticket purchases of Flying Dutchman funicular tickets are encouraged
- Hand sanitiser will be available throughout the facility.
16 September 2020
Cape Town: The Cape Point visitor facilities are set to reopen!
The Thebe Tourism Group, which manages the facilities at Cape Point in the Cape of Good Hope section of Cape Town's Table Mountain National Park (TMNP), has announced that the Flying Dutchman funicular, the Food Shop and the three Curio Shops (Cape Point Logo Shop, Cape Point Parks Shop & Lighthouse Five) are set to reopen on 18 September 2020. The sit-down Two Oceans Restaurant will remain closed. The Thebe Tourism Group has implemented Covid-19 health and safety protocols to ensure the safety of visitors and staff. Some of the measures include: