The Cape Point Nature Reserve is recognised as the dramatic headland at the end of the Cape Peninsula.
Chapman’s Peak Drive is a narrow bending coastal road with picturesque views of the Atlantic Ocean and nearby mountains. Hikes up Signal Hill are popular for closer views of the City Bowl and Table Mountain. Camps Bay Beach is one of Cape Town’s most famous beaches and is a significant tourist destination in its own right. The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, built on top of part of the docks of the Port of Cape Town, is the city’s most visited tourist attraction. The V&A Waterfront also hosts the Nelson Mandela Gateway, through which ferries depart for Robben Island. The city also encloses the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden that contains protected natural forest and fynbos along with a variety of animals and birds.