Cape Agulhas is the Southernmost tip of Africa, and is where the great Indian and Atlantic oceans meet. This landmark is home to a beautiful red and white lighthouse – the second oldest working lighthouse in South Africa – built in 1848 and offers incredible views of the two oceans clashing into one.
West of the lighthouse is the entrance to the Agulhas National Park where there is a wide range of accommodation. The clear night skies and access to the rocky coastline of the Cape of Agulhas are highlights to a stay here.
The video below offers a 360 degree view of what you can see from atop the lighthouse, as it is open to the public to climb into and enjoy the view. Click and drag your mouse around on the screen to see the views from any angle!