Cape Point Route and Tourism Radio launch travel guide app

Cape Town has been at the top of many lists when it comes to top tourist destinations. With Table Mountain, nature trails and beautiful beaches, thousands of tourists flock to the Mother City every year.
Now, tourists will be able to enjoy more of the Cape Peninsula as Cape Point Route and travel technology innovator, Tourism Radio, have teamed up to create a mobile travel guide app, geared specifically to visitors of the Cape Peninsula.
The Cape Point travel guide app features comprehensive and up-to-date information about more than 80 points of interest around the Cape Peninsula. Restaurants, accommodation and an array of different activities for both young and old are featured on the app.
The app also features many cultural and historic attractions within Cape Town and the greater Peninsula.
Sally Grierson, of Cape Point Route, says that the app will offer tourists a travel guide unlike any other:
“œCape Point Route has long been a trusted name when it comes to information about where to go, what to do, where to stay and where to eat around “˜Cape Town‘s Playground‘. Through our new app, we‘re hoping to provide visitors with an easy way to access this information on the fly, whether it‘s for holiday planning and research before they arrive in the Cape, or for search and discovery once they‘ve arrived“ she said.
Grierson continued, saying that the Cape Point Travel Guide app is of an exceptional quality and will offer the user quality travel information.
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“œEach point of interest features high quality images, detailed text descriptions, and contact information for anyone looking to find out more. It‘s the only mobile guide of its kind aimed specifically at visitors to the Cape Point Route, by people from the Cape Point Route“ she concluded.
Mark Allewell, of Tourism Radio, says that the app is different to anything like its kind because it contains 100% homegrown information that will be tailored towards the visitor.
He also said that Tourism Radio has developed a number of apps for DMO‘s across South Africa and the world, and that the Cape Point Route app has covered all it‘s bases.
The app will be a handy tool for both tourists and locals who would like to explore more of their hometown.
The app is available for free on both iOS and Android. You can download the app at the App Store or on Google Play or follow this link: