The first Table Mountain cableway was opened on 4 October 1929. Since that date over eleven million people have used the ... More
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway
The first Table Mountain cableway was opened on 4 October 1929. Since that date over eleven million people have used the service, and it's still extremely popular today. The circulating cableway provides spectacular views, offering a leisurely panorama of the city and surrounds. It's well worth the trip, but not for the nervous or vertigo-sufferers. If adventurous, consider taking the cable car to the summit and then hike down Table Mountain using one of the 550 established routes. The cableway's hours of operation are seasonal. Please check the website or call before planning a trip. By car, follow signs along Tafelberg Rd to locate the station.
You have to do-it, realy beautiful views. You won't believe in what you seeing. It's really stunning.
Don't forget to take a jacket as some clouds can turn the temperature COLD. Good/Best place to propose to your Girlfriend/Boyfriend.
This is a world beauty.
Don't be affraid of cable car as it is perfectly safe.
I loved the fact that if you had a South African ID book and it was your birthday you can go up the cable car for FREE....great!!! But even if you dont have the ID book, it is well worth the money. The revolving cable car shows you stunning views from the City Centre and far beyond.
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