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Hoerikwaggo Areas on the exclusive Hoerikwaggo Hike


The Hoerikwaggo Trail covers many areas in Cape Town and the Table Mountain National Park - ranging all the way from Table Mountain to Cape Point. Each area is unique and completely different… filled with history and hiking adventures.


This Hoerikwaggo Trail starts off at Table Mountain taking you to Maclears Beacon (the highest point of Table Mountain!) and then all the way down to Orange Kloof Forest, passing one of the Table Mountain dams along the way. From there onwards you will head towards Silvermine and enjoy the magnificent views of False Bay... The trail continues towards Kommetjie via Chapmans peak – walking along and enjoying the beaches and the smell the fresh sea air. You will also get to see the Slangkop lighthouse which is very close to the Kommetjie and the Noordhoek area… Then you will make your way towards Simonstown (maybe visit the penguins on Boulders Beach) and then on towards Cape Point where you will explore the beauty of the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve.


Please read more about the Hoerikwaggo Areas of the Table Mountain National park below:

  

Hoerikwaggo Areas

Table Mountain National Park

From Table Mountain all the way to Cape Point, the Table Mountain National Park covers the entire Hoerikwaggo Trail. Table Mountain National Park is monitored by SANParks and is a protected area!

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Table Mountain

Table Mountain is the first area on the Hoerikwaggo Trail. This Hoerikwaggo Area is a flat topped Mountain, a famous landmark for Cape Town. Table Mountain is part of the Table Mountain National Park.

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Orange Kloof Forest

Orange Kloof National Forest is a highly protected and magnificent Afromontane forest. Access is prohibited unless you are on the Hoerikwaggo Hike which includes Orange Kloof.

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Silvermine Nature Reserve

Silvermine Nature Reserve in Cape Town contains a protected Nature Reserve with an abundance of indigenous Cape Flora including the Cape Fynbos. The Silvermine River flows through this reserve.

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Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point

Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point is the final stop on our Hoerikwaggo Trail Hike with Jenman Safaris. This area boasts an expanse of Cape flora and fauna.

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Kommetjie

Kommetjie Beach is a little fishing village surronded by mountains and beaches. Kommetjie also boasts Milkwood groves and other idigenous plants found on the Table Mountain National Park.

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Noordhoek Beach

Noordhoek Beach is a popular surfing and diving beach. It even has a shipwreck called Kakapo beached along the shore. The Hoerikwaggo Trail includes a walk along this beach...

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Slangkop Lighthouse

The Slangkop Lighthouse is the strongest and tallest lighthouse on the Southern African coast. Slangkop Lighthouse is a popular landmark and an important navigational feature.

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Simonstown

Simontowns is a working Naval Base Village in Cape Town. Look down towards Simonstown from one of the surronding Mountains on the Hoerikwaggo Trail with Jenman Safaris.

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Chapmans Peak

Chapman’s Peak extends from Hout Bay all the way to Noordhoek on a long and windy drive, Chapmans Peak is part of the Table Mountain National Park and is a innovative engineering accomplishment.

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Boulders Beach

Boulders Beach is near Simonstown and is a protected penguin colony. Boulders Beach gets its name from the huge boulders that scatter the beaches and coastline...

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