Table Mountain

Adri Meyer
Article By: Adri Meyer
3 years ago
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One of the Seven Wonders of the Natural World, Table Top mountain is an iconic and visually stunning and unusual piece of geology. It is easily the most iconic landmark in South Africa, and one of the most photographed backdrops in Cape Town. The famous Aerial Cableway has taken millions of visitors to the top of the mountain, although there are several hiking routes for the brave, including Platteklip Gorge and Indian Venster. There are about 2,200 species of plants found on Table Mountain. Many of these plants and flowers are endemic to this mountain and occurs nowhere else in the world. The flat top peak of the mountain reaches 1,086 m above sea level, over as it is located adjacent to the vibrant city and the sea, it looks very imposing. At the top of Table Mountain are several hiking trails, three dams, as well as a shop and restaurant, making it the perfect day excursion. Photo source:
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  • 5821 Tafelberg Rd, Table Mountain (Nature Reserve), Cape Town, South Africa
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    Prices for Table Mountain
    Category Price Restrictions
    Standard 200.00 - 380.00 ZAR
    Students 200.00 ZAR
    Kids 190.00 ZAR Under 17
    Seniors 100.00 ZAR
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