- 1 How do you get to Table Mountain?
- 2 How much does it cost to go to Table Mountain?
- 3 Can you drive up Table Mountain?
- 4 Where do you park for cable car on Table Mountain?
- 5 What is the best time to visit Table Mountain?
- 6 Can you take your own food up Table Mountain?
- 7 Is it free to go up Table Mountain on your birthday?
- 8 Is Table Mountain part of the 7 Wonders of the World?
- 9 Do you have to pay to hike Table Mountain?
- 10 What should I wear to Table Mountain?
- 11 Is it safe to hike Table Mountain alone?
- 12 How much does it cost to go to Robben Island?
- 13 How much time do you need for Table Mountain?
- 14 How long is the hike up Table Mountain?
- 15 How long does the Table Mountain cable car take?
How do you get to Table Mountain?
How to get to the top. There are two ways to summit Table Mountain – by cable car or on foot. You can also choose to hike to the top and descend by cable car. Each rotating cable car offers incredible views of the city, and takes only five minutes to reach the summit.
How much does it cost to go to Table Mountain?
These rates will be applicable from 1 October 2020 to 30 September 2021
|Ticket type||Return||One way|
|O* Afternoon Adult (13h00 till close)||R300||R200|
|O* Afternoon Child 4-17 years of age (13h00 till close)||R150||R100|
|Student (7 days a week at Ticket Office)||R200||R100|
Can you drive up Table Mountain?
Getting to Table Mountain is fairly easy. Getting parking at Table Mountain is another ball game entirely. You can park on the road leading up but it’s still a steep walk so your best bet is to skip your car and get a taxi here.
Where do you park for cable car on Table Mountain?
Parking. You will find free parking along Tafelberg Road, before and after the Lower Cable Station. Tafelberg Road is steep and winds up to the Lower Cable Station, which is about 1.5km from the Kloof Nek Road turn into Tafelberg Road.
What is the best time to visit Table Mountain?
Cape Town’s long, dry summer months between November and February provide the best conditions for visiting, and the Cableway operates later into the evening during this time. Check our operating times.
Can you take your own food up Table Mountain?
You’re allowed to take your own food and drinks to the top of Table Mountain. Visitors are more than welcome to bring along their own food and beverages – we know the idea of a picnic at the top, with scenic views of Cape Town and the ocean down below, is simply irresistable!
Is it free to go up Table Mountain on your birthday?
The Table Mountain Cableway has an ongoing birthday special which entitles one adult over the age of 18 with a valid South African ID tos one free return ticket on the day of their birthday. You can only get the ticket printed on your birthday and it is only valid for that day.
Is Table Mountain part of the 7 Wonders of the World?
Table Mountain is proud to be one of the official New7Wonders of Nature, and the only one to be located in an urban area, making it highly accessible. Competing against major international attractions, Table Mountain made it to the top seven after a campaign that attracted more than 100-million global votes.
Do you have to pay to hike Table Mountain?
How much does it cost to hike Table Mountain? Just like hiking up Lion’s Head to walk up Table Mountain is free. There is no admission fee for Table Mountain except if you walk up from Kirstenbosch (on the Skeleton Gorge trail ), then you pay ZAR 75/US$5 entrance fee to the Botanical garden.
What should I wear to Table Mountain?
Make sure you bring sunscreen and a hat, and wear light clothing to handle the heat, but bring a light jacket with you as well since the weather can change rapidly. If you have a small backpack, you can bring everything you need in that – and don’t forget your camera!
Is it safe to hike Table Mountain alone?
Ten Basic Rules of Mountain Safety Don’t hike alone; four is the ideal number. Choose your route carefully and stick to it. Allow yourself enough time – start early. Inform someone of your route and what time you’re expected back.
How much does it cost to go to Robben Island?
The new standard tariffs will be as follows: R 600 ($43 | €38) for non-South African adults and R 300 ($20 | €16) for non-South African children aged two to 18 years. R 400 for South African adults and R210 for South African children aged two to 18 years.
How much time do you need for Table Mountain?
How much time do I need? Two hours will be sufficient time to hop on the cableway and explore the top of Table Mountain. Save time and skip the ticket office queue — buy your Cableway ticket directly from our tour offices or bus drivers (tickets cannot be bought online or without a bus ticket).
How long is the hike up Table Mountain?
The track hugs the mountain for about 6 km to Corridor Ravine, but you can turn around at any point. Approximate time: 1.5 – 3 hours one way, depending on fitness and how far you walk.
How long does the Table Mountain cable car take?
The journey from the base of the Cableway to the summit of Table Mountain takes roughly 4 to 5 minutes, travelling at a maximum speed of 10m per second. The cables from the base to summit are each 1 200m in length.