South Africa's most prominent landmark majestically overlooks the capital city of Cape Town. This breathtaking attraction draws visitors from across the globe to hike or take the cableway to the top of Table Mountain.
Named for its distinctive flat top, Table Mountain is one of Cape Town's most famous landmarks and is featured on the city's flag. Part of Table Mountain National Park, the mysterious and enchanting mountain is often hailed as one of the natural wonders of the world.
Taka a trip on the cablewayMore than 20 million people have taken the cableway to the summit of Table Mountain since its opening in 1929. It has carried some prominent visitors to the peak over the years, including King George VI, Queen Elizabeth II, Oprah Winfrey and many more.
Follow in their footsteps and take a ride to the top of Table Mountain to enjoy stunning views across the city and beyond. Refreshments are available in the self-service restaurant at the summit, or for something a little stronger, visit the cableway cocktail bar.
To ensure a smooth ride it is recommended to purchase tickets for the cable car online ahead of your visit. For those wishing to hike, please remember that it is advisable to travel in a group, taking water and warm clothing with you as the weather can change unexpectedly.
The Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront, Cape Town is the ideal option for anyone planning a trip to see Table Mountain. Boasting sweeping views of Table Mountain, it's just a 15-minute drive from the Table Mountain cableway, so you'll be at the top in no time.