Return Ticket

Cape Point Fanicular in Cape Town by Cape Point

R80 

In total. For:

adults and
children.
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Apart from offering visitors an exciting and novel method of travel, taking the Flying Dutchman funicular saves visitors an uphill walk from the car park to see the old lighthouse and enjoy the panoramic views.

The line runs from a lower station at the Cape Point car park, up an incline through dense fynbos to the upper lighthouse. The funicular leaves from the lower station every three minutes, comfortably accommodates 40 passengers per car, and can transport 450 persons to the upper lighthouse per hour, making it the ideal way to whisk closer to the lighthouse even during peak times.

What people say

The ticket system works fine, although slower than the old system at turn-stiles. You have to still ...  -  African Moon Adventures.

Arrangements

Duration:

8 hours 1 minutes

When:

This service is available all year round.

Where:

Cape Point Car Park

Weather:

This service is not weather dependent.

What to Wear:

Bring something warm with you as the Cape weather is unpredictable. Also wear comfortable walking shoes so that you can go and explore the surrounds.

Things to bring:

Be sure to bring your camera, sunglasses, a hat and some sunscreen.

Guests or Spectators:

No spectators allowed, only paying guests on the funicular. Non paying guests are welcome to wait in the car park.
Inclusions & Exclusions

Inclusions:

One way ticket on the Flying Dutchman

Exclusions:

Food and drinks

Opinions On Return Ticket

What the locals say about Return Ticket.

African Moon Adventures

The ticket system works fine, although slower than the old system at turn-stiles. You have to still print tickets due to lack of cellphone signal at Cape Point and often you can't access tickets on phone. Serious lack of management in the whole park! I go there 3 to 4 times per week and it's a pretty sad state of affairs.


Suzanne Groenewald

Stays in Cape Town. Did it on 16/12/2018 for the first time and really enjoy it. Absolutely beautiful and everyone very friendly and efficient!!


Merike Du Plessis

Easy to book and pay online. Could stipulate a bit more clearly that the return ticket includes a ride to the top and back on the product page. Walked right through to cart upon arrival. No queue. Cart was quick to go up. Cart was unfortunately halted on the trip down and we had to take a little bus. Thank you for providing alternative.


Shelley Van Rensburg

Good day Thoroughly enjoyed the fabulous meal and service at the restaurant. ***** I just feel that when booking customers should be told exactly where the restaurant is as we were under the impression one has to go up to the top so we booked the funicular which was not necessary for people not wanting to go to the lookout. Thank you.


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Cape Point

At the tip of the Cape Peninsula 60 km south-west of Cape Town, lies Cape Point, a nature reserve within the Table Mountain National Park; a declared Natural World Heritage Site.

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