Point to Point

A unique guided day-trip that includes cave visits and a spectacular coastal hike! The experience begins by visiting the world renown archaeological cave sites at Pinnacle Point.  This is followed by a 5 hour hike, which includes a picnic stop, along the famous St. Blaize Trail with beautiful coastal views.  The experience ends at another important Stone Age archaeological cave site at the iconic Point of Mossel Bay. For many months of the year, there is a good chance of seeing marine wildlife such as seals, dolphins, whales, sharks and seabirds.

Important Information: 

Point to Point starts promptly at 9:00am at the Pinnacle Point Golf Clubhouse.  The only access to Cave 13B is via a series of steep wooden stairways and boardwalks (some 200 stairs in each direction). The climb back up can be taxing unless you’re mildly fit. The coastal contour hike is about 9km in length with a slight gradient and its difficulty is rated as medium.

This full-day tour includes a picnic stop and one-way transport.  You need to bring a lunch pack, snacks & water, which can be purchased at the Pinnacle Point Clubhouse. For non-driving visitors, we can arrange two-way transport at extra cost. 


Guided walk

Start Time

9:00am on the agreed day. Advance booking essential. 


Pinnacle Point Estate, Golf Clubhouse


Tour price dependent on size of group.

A portion of each person’s entry fee goes into a conservation fund for protecting and conserving the archaeological sites that we visit at Pinnacle Point. So every visitor is personally involved in the conservation of humanity's heritage at the Pinnacle Point Site Complex. 

Breakfast is available at the Pinnacle Point Club House Restaurant, at own expense.


15 persons

Fitness Level

Moderate. Must be able to walk for 7 hours about 13 km over tough terrain..

Attire / Gear

Comfortable clothes and walking shoes

Camera, hat, sunblock, lunch pack, snacks & water - food and beverages are available at the Pinnacle Point Clubhouse

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Point of Human Origins

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