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Table Mountain Tour

View of Table Mountain above the clouds
The cable station on Table Mountain
Poster with the 7 new Wanders of The World on Table Mountain
Official 7 new wonders of nature on Table Mountain
The cable station on top of Table Mountain
Cable car coming down from the top of Table Mountain
The cable station on top of Table Mountain
Cable car coming down from the top of Table Mountain
The cable station on top of Table Mountain
The cable station on the bottom of Table Mountain
Picture of Cape Peninsula from table Mountain
Picture of Lions Head , Table Bay and Robben Island at the background from Table Mountain
Picture of Camps Bay from Table Mountain
Picture of Table Mountain from Signal Hill
Picture of Lions Head and Sea Point in the background from Table Mountain
Picture of Cape Peninsula from Table Mountain
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Tour Pricing
1-3 persons in a sedan – R2500.00 - Full Day 

4-6 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R3500.00 – Full Day
6-12 persons in a Toyota Quantum – R3999.00 – Full Day

Excludes :
Excludes Entrance Fees, Drinks and Lunches
 
Pre-Bookings is a definite must

About Table Mountain

Table Mountain is now officially named one of the seven wonders of the world and is part of the Table Mountain National park which stretches from the North of Cape Town all the way down to South Africa`s most South Westerly Point called Cape of Good Hope with the awe inspiring flat topped Table Mountain as its centrepiece, its height is 1,086m and allows for magnificent views of Cape Town and Table Bay.

The first European to climb it was Antonio de Saldanha naming it Taboa de Caba. The rolling clouds that form over the top of the mountain is known as its table cloth. The park also has some of the richest floral regions in the world with more than 1470 floral species with almost 70% of them endemic to the Cape.

It is the only South African and only natural site on the planet to have a constellation of stars named after it. The constellation is called “Mensa”, which means ‘table’ in Latin . The Khoi people used to call the mountain Hoerikwaggo (Mountain of the Sea). It is S.Africa`s most photographed landmark and receives over 800,000 visitors per year.

All visitors are collected at their place of abode and transported to the Cable Car Station to:

  • Embark on a ride on the cable car to the summit in the revolving cable car capsule.
  • Spend 1½ to 2 hours taking photographs and enjoying the glorious view of the Cape Peninsula.
  • Indulge in a light lunch or simply a cup of coffee and dessert in the highest Restaurant in the Cape of Good Hope while gazing across the Peninsula.
  • Return via the cable car down the mountain to the cable car station.

OPTIONS - Because you will have excess time on your hands after the Table Mountain tour we can offer you a tour of the Castle, Company gardens, St. Georges Cathedral, District 6 Museum, S.A. Museum, Jewish Halo Cast Museum and a tour of the Bo˗kaap Museum and Bo˗Kaap, home of the original Cape Malay Muslims and their colourful houses or any combination thereof?:

  • All visitors returned to their place of abode

Combine with the following tours

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