Table Mountain Contacts
Table Mountain Tour
- Tafelberg Road, 8001 Cape Town, South Africa. Get Directions.
- Rating · 4.9
- +27 63 757 84 96
- bookings @ tablemountaintour . com
About Table Mountain Tour
Table Mountain is the popular tourist attraction located in the heart of Cape Town, South Africa. It was established as a National Park in 1998 and is a wildlife reserve and part of the UNESCO Cape Floral Region and World Heritage Site. As the name implies the highlight includes the view of a “table” appearance mountain with flat tops! Incredible views await visitors from around the world, on a 3 hour scenic Table Mountain Tour of the City, Oceans and blue skies.
Also visible from on top, The Cape Of Good Hope. The Southern most point of Africa, right on our doorstep. The Cape Point includes many unique attractions such as Boulders Beach Penguin Colony and along the way to Hout Bay, see the famous Lion’s Head Mountain and Signal Hill, part of the range of mountains. 12 Apostles are yet another famous landmark to be dazzled with for it’s not 11, but twelve grand peaks make up an extension of the wildlife park. Table Mountain is over 260 million years old and it was named one of the New 7 Wonders Of Nature. Take a tour of Table Mountain with us!
There is accommodation on Table mountain which includes Olifantsbos Guest House, Hoerikwaggo Tented Camps, Eland Family Cottage, Duiker Family Cottage, Platteklip Wash House, and the Overseers Cottage, however most tourists stay in hotels in Cape Town with pickup from the City Bowl and the Atlantic Seaboard.
On top of the mountain there are a number of shops, restaurants and cafes. The restaurant offers a delicious breakfast with croissants and eggs with tomatoes and a choice or selection of real coffee or tea. Take our sunrise or morning tour to find out what Table Mountain is all about and to experience great breakfast on top of the mountain!
The park was formerly known as the Cape Peninsula National Park and welcomes more than 3 million visitors each year! There are a number of activities one can undertake here including walking, hiking, camping and sightseeing. For the adventurous traveler there is paragliding, rock climbing and abseiling! For those who do not want to climb the mountain there are our tours, taking the Cable Car up and walking around easy, strolling and relaxed, taking pictures.
The Cableway itself has transported nearly 25 million visitors to the summit, and it takes 5 minutes to reach the top. There you will see panoramic views. Each of the two Cable Cars rotate 360° during ascending and descending so there are photographs of the trip. Visitors can purchase their Table Mountain Tickets at the box office and it only takes a couple of minutes during low season. High season the process takes up to an hour, although buying tickets in advance helps ease the time down to 15 minutes. Now on the way down, the ride hosts 65 people including the operator. Each Cable Car counter balances to lighten up the wind, called the South Easter on a 30km/h strong blow day. Regular times for the operation, between the hours 8:30am and 6 or 7pm. The last Table Mountain Cable Car goes up at around 4 or 5pm on a normal business working day, and as late as 9pm during Cape Town summer months, Dec – Jan. An adult return ride for the Cable Car can cost a couple of dollars and can be found on the “TableMountainTickets” website. The rate varies for children and Senior citizens, for more information on tours and packages for Table Mountain National Park, please reach out to us via the support page. We look forward to taking you on your Table Mountain tour!