Agulhas National Park

Agulhas National Park opinie, Bredasdorp

Agulhas National Park
4.5
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Dewald R
Kapsztad — centrum, Republika Południowej Afryki1 596 contributions
Beautiful
sie 2020
The natural beauty of the reserve is enough reason to visit, but the fact that the most southern point in Africa is located here makes this a must-see if you're in the area. There is a main road (suitable for all vehicle types) through the reserve as well as ample walking paths where you can take in the fresh ocean breeze. It is worth noting that the main walking paths are all wooden platforms and well maintained. During our visit there was no entrance fee, but I am not sure if this is Covid-19 related or if it is normally like this. Unfortunately the lighthouse was still closed when we visited, but hopefully they will open it again soon. With the current Covid-19 situation the reserve is still a great option as you can experience the beauty of the reserve from the comfort of your car.
Written 30 sierpnia 2020
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NotsoSunshinegirlmaz
Warwick, UK75 contributions
Most southerly point of Africa
sty 2020 • Znajomi
This is the true southerly point of Africa, where 2 oceans meet - Indian & Atlantic. It is an incredible experience to stand here, virtually alone, as this trip is not advertised well. A brilliant experience.
Written 29 stycznia 2020
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Tab W
Cincinnati, OH702 contributions
Gorgeous
paź 2018
We started our drive over to Cape Agulhas and we were so pleased to see blue skies finally! This is the southernmost tip of the African continent and the beginning of the dividing line between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans. It's kind of like 4 Corners in the USA where you can be in 4 states at once; here you can be in 2 oceans at once.

It was quite gorgeous here with the white rust-stained rocks butting up to beautiful blue water.

We ventured close to the sea so we were both able to touch the Indian Ocean for the first time. My feet ended up getting pretty wet when the tide rolled in unexpectedly lol.

We encountered what we thought were jellyfish along the shore, but it turns out they're actually blue bottles or Portuguese man o' war. They have venomous tentacles up to 10 meters long, so they're definitely something to be cautious around.

The Cape Agulhas Lighthouse was the third lighthouse to be built in South Africa, and the second-oldest still operating.
Written 26 września 2019
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Estelle V
Durbanville, Republika Południowej Afryki114 contributions
Weekend breakaway
wrz 2019 • Znajomi
Warm welcome, efficient sign-in process. Lovely, well equipped chalets. Abundant bird life. Beautiful seaview.
Written 8 września 2019
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ccanha458080
Bredasdorp, Republika Południowej Afryki4 contributions
Where the two oceans really meet.
wrz 2019
Best place to see the sun going down. Amazing place for photos or just relaxing. Favourite place for the wife and I.
Written 5 września 2019
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LizM99
Hitchin, UK374 contributions
The End of the Earth
sie 2019
We visited Cape Agulhas on a very windy and wet day - maybe not good for making the most of the area, and exploring the boardwalks fully, but very distinctive and appropriate for the location, where the land ends. The ocean was spectacular with breakers crashing in, and the wind was so strong I couldn't open my car door!
So - bring a raincoat, be prepared for some wild weather and don't expect there to be the same level of touristy infrastructure as Cape Point.Well worth a visit when you are in the area.
Written 10 sierpnia 2019
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mike d
Fareham, UK647 contributions
Where Oceans meet
cze 2019 • Znajomi
Managed to turn up here on the only wet day in 3 1/2 weeks but the squall did not last long. Small amount of parking in a gravel area close to the monument that is fre of charge. The site is dominated by a large floor map of Africa and a plaque to indicate the separation of the Indian and Atlantic Oceans. Once in a life time visit, but choose a betterr day.
Written 30 czerwca 2019
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pamelairwin
Iver Heath, UK173 contributions
Weather against us
lut 2019 • Pary
Not great morning we picked glad we see two oceans but not really tell them apart would be much better if sun was shinning very rough ground to get to were oceans meet
Written 24 lutego 2019
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Ontario76
Oakville, Kanada1 031 contributions
An outstanding area when you like seashore
paź 2018 • Pary
And I do! The waves, the rocks, the birds, everything that washes up is fascinating. and the vegetation is unique to go with the environment. Walk all the boardwalks and step off too. Don't just visit the monument or you will miss a lot.
Written 20 lutego 2019
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Lekker-Lecker
Hanower, Niemcy743 contributions
make a hake
kwi 2018 • Dla rodziny
Just make a hake on this famous point of Southafrica. There is just a monument where the oceans meet.
Written 14 lutego 2019
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