Can you swim at Cape Agulhas?
The sea is perfect for swimming or surfing, thanks to its consistent waves. This is a rocky beach in places, which means that there are also loads of rock pools for little ones to explore for hours. Lay on the warm sands and bronze up, or walk down the beach for a little Vitamin Sea.
What is the difference between Cape Point and Cape Agulhas?
Cape Town’s Cape Point is not the southern-most point on the African continent. That tribute goes to Cape Agulhas, 105 miles (170 km) to the south east. Cape Agulhas also defines the official geographic divide between the Atlantic and Indian Oceans.
Where do the 2 oceans meet in South Africa?
CAPE AGULHAS, South Africa—Water, water everywhere, but where do two oceans meet? The answer has long pitted businesses at South Africa’s sleepy Cape Agulhas against those near the world-renowned Cape of Good Hope.
Can you swim at Cape Point?
There are no lifeguards on this beach, so swimming is not recommended, but on a hot day, you’ll be tempted to spend most of the walk wading ankle-deep through the crystal clear Atlantic water. Pack a picnic and plenty of water, and find a spot to yourself to enjoy one of Cape Town’s most unique beaches.
Are Cape Town beaches closed?
Until further notice, beaches along Cape Town’s coastline will be closed for all activities be it on the beach itself or in the water. The City says they want to ensure that residents and visitors are not placing themselves at increased risk by congregating in large numbers at beaches.
What is special about Cape Point?
Cape Point, just 60km outside Cape Town, is a spectacular sight. With towering stone cliffs, endemic fynbos, breathtaking bays, beaches and rolling green hills and valleys, it’s definitely worth adding to adding to your Cape Town bucket list.