Join us on Heritage Day as we head out to explore the famous Thomas T Tucker shipwreck along the coast in the Cape Point Nature Reserve followed by a relaxing picnic and swim at Buffels Bay within the reserve and get treated with a delicious South African style braai for lunch!
The day starts with an adventurous stroll along the beach with a total distance of 7km, however there’s no elevation, making it perfect for the whole family or anyone looking for a fun day out.
There are multiple shipwrecks found along the coast which we will stop and explore. It is also very likely that we will see wild life such as baboons and ostriches.
Our next stop is at Buffels Bay within the reserve (Around 5 minutes drive). A spot where we can relax, take in the fresh ocean breeze or take dip at the beautiful secluded beach or tidal pool.
This is a great opportunity for a full day out filled with adventure, relaxation and to top it off we have included a braai platter (Halaal) for lunch, which will be prepared by your host when we get to Buffels Bay.
Date : Friday, 18th September 2021
Meet up : 8am
Hike duration : 3 hrs
Distance : 7km
Location : Cape Point Nature Reserve
Difficulty level: Entry level
What’s included : Qualified and experienced Guide, First aider, social gain opportunity, safety in numbers aspect, braai for lunch (Halaal).
Braai platter includes – Portion of steak, sausage, salad and roll.
Event ticket cost: R250
Enquiries: firstname.lastname@example.org or contact +2773 902 9985
PS: Payment to enter the reserve will be at your own cost as per below:
South Africans (with original ID) : R85 for adults and R40 for kids
Standard Entry (without SA ID) : R340 for adults and R170 for kids
Free access if your have a TMNP Green Card or Wild Card (with original SA ID)
Details about what to bring and meet up location will be sent to you when booking.
Safety is everything to us. Covid-19 awareness will ensure we practice safety where necessary.
We look forward to hosting you.
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