Agulhas National Park

Beach, Birding, Dunes, Hiking, Shipwrecks, Trail running, Walking, Western Cape

Why Visit?

Cape Point is sometimes mistaken for South Africa’s southernmost point, however geologically, this honour goes to Cape Agulhas. It is also a historic marine fishing community, and the charming beauty of this seaside resort draws many people from both within and beyond the country. This is an excellent spot to spend a long weekend.

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Getting There

Cape Agulhas, the most southern tip of Africa, is a 3-hour drive from Cape Town. The nearest towns are coastal Struisbaai and in-land Bredasdorp.


Agulhas Rest Camp is a tiny camp 10 kilometers from Cape Agulhas Lighthouse.This rest camp offers a variety of chalets ranging in size from two to four bedrooms, as well as an oceanview lagoon house with four bedrooms.

Rhenosterkop Rest Camp is also in Agulhas, and it offers three historic options.

Bergplaas Guest House, located on the northern foothills of Soetanysberg, is the final option for accommodation. The guesthouse is situated in a tranquil remote area with panoramic views of the surrounding countryside. There are five bedrooms available at the guest house.


From R1375 to R5800 per person per night
R50 per adult, per day conservation fees for South Africans
R200 per adult, per day conservation fees for international visitors

Agulhas Photos

Get inspired with these photos of the Agulhas National Park.

VISIT Agulhas

Go to the SANParks website to book your next day visit or holiday to the Agulhas National Park.

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