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  • Cape Town: Half-Day Table Mountain and City Tour

    1. Cape Town: Half-Day Table Mountain and City Tour

    Ascend to the summit of Table Mountain overlooking Cape Town on a half-day tour that also includes a hotel pick-up and exploration of the city’s most historic neighborhoods. Start with a drive through the city center, passing landmarks such as the Castle of Good Hope, built in 1666 by the Dutch East India Company. Admire the baroque grandeur of City Hall and the Grand Parade. Continue along Adderley Street to St. George’s Cathedral, overseen by the Anglican Diocese of Nobel Peace Laureate, Archbishop Desmond Tutu. Pass Company Gardens and the Malay Quarter (also known as “Bo-Kaap”) in the foothills of Table Mountain to see the historic district of the Cape Malays, descendants of slaves brought to Cape Town from Java, Ceylon and other regions of the Far East in the early 18th century. Next, go to Table Mountain via Kloof Nek, and ascend to the top (weather permitting) by revolving cabl...

    Excellent service and very worth the money, our tour guide Mr Super was also very helpful, informative and gave us excellent service

  • Cape Town: Half-Day City Tour

    2. Cape Town: Half-Day City Tour

    Discover the best that Capetown has to offer on this half-day tour. Start your adventure with a stop to the famous Table Mountain for a circular walk. Continue to Signal Hill for incredible views and perfect photos. Continue on to Camps Bay and stop at Maiden’s Cove for more breathtaking views. Head through Clifton, Bantry Bay, Seapoint, the V&A Waterfront, and Cape Town city center. Pass by the Cape Town Convention Centre, drive along Heerengracht Street, passing the Cape Town railway station and stop at the Castle of Good Hope. End your visit with a stop at the Noon Gun museum and Cape Town Diamond Museum.

    My tour was excellent especially with my tour guide Leticia she gave me a lot of information about cape town all in all i learnt a lot from her she is the most amazing woman i ever met, she is so kind and loving i can not wait to come back to cape town so that i can meet her again.

  • Cape Town: Lion's Head Sunset Guided Hike in French

    3. Cape Town: Lion's Head Sunset Guided Hike in French

    Your Lion's Head trail experience takes place on a gravel track, taking you through spectacular groves of silver leaf trees. Follow a path that reveals ever-changing views as it spirals around Lion's Head. The breath-taking vista of the Atlantic coastline and the magnificent apostles of Table Mountain will soon come into view. Soon the gravel track narrows to a path, from where you will pass the first paragliding launch pad. Continue along the stepped path with views of Camps Bay Beach and Clifton beaches. Hike for another 30 minutes and reach a split. Continue with views of Seapoint to your left, and after 10 minutes, be rewarded with a wonderful viewpoint. See the city of Cape Town sprawled beneath you and the front of the Table Mountain rearing up high above. Then, move upwards to the first ladder, before traversing left along a shelf with a chain handrail. Continue on the path unt...

  • Cape Town: Half-Day City Highlights and Table Mountain Tour

    4. Cape Town: Half-Day City Highlights and Table Mountain Tour

    Start your morning with a pickup from your accommodation in Cape Town and begin your tour in the heart of the city, otherwise known as Adderley Street. While exploring this area see historical monuments like Bartholomew Dias, Jan van Riebeeck, and Zacharias Waganaer Reservoir. Proceed to the Castle of Good Hope, one of the oldest buildings in South Africa and have the chance to witness the Key Ceremony or the Cannon Firing Ceremony. Afterward, drive through the city and pass by City Hall where former president Nelson Mandela delivered his first speech after he was freed from prison. Arrive in the Bo-Kaap, formerly known as the Cape Malay Quarter, and take a photo stop with the colorful historic houses and have the opportunity to buy and taste Malay foods like Samoosas, Koeksisters, and Melktert. From the Bo-Kaap, make your way to the Noon Gun, a historic time signal in the city of Cape...

    We had a great time with our guide. He taught us about all the places when went to. He was very knowledgeable and entertaining.

  • Cape Town: Table Mountain Kirstenbosch to Cable Station Hike

    5. Cape Town: Table Mountain Kirstenbosch to Cable Station Hike

    Your full day hike will start at Kirstenbosch botanical gardens. These renowned gardens are one of the best in the world and feature South Africa's flora as well as some exotics. Your passionate and knowledgeable guide will show you through the upper section of the Gardens and to the forested trail up to Skeleton Gorge. Here hike through what is called an African mountain forest (Afromontane). Huge trees are some of the oldest on the peninsula. The path up the gorge is steep and requires a number or ladder and scrambling up rocks in a stream of water that has a calming sound and refreshing to splash your face with. The forest opens at the top and you can see down to the green botanical gardens and lush southern suburbs below, before you are greeted with a pearly white beach and lake to swim in on a hot day. Here, take a well deserved and refreshing break. The next part of the hike is...

  • Cape Town: 2-Hour Table Mountain Hike via Platteklip Gorge

    6. Cape Town: 2-Hour Table Mountain Hike via Platteklip Gorge

    Hike through Platteklip Gorge on the shortest route to the top of Table Mountain. Take in the sweeping views of the Cape Town area from the top. It should take around 2 hours to hike up. The trail begins just past the lower cableway station on Tafelberg Road. This was the first route that explorers used to summit the mountain, way before the cableway was built. Enjoy panoramic views from the path to the top. This is definitely the best way for those who do not like heights and climbing to conquer the mountain.  There is an option of taking the cable car down (additional fee).

    Amazing! We can’t thank our guide Stuart enough for the best day in Capetown!! A fantastic hike. Incredible views. And a laugh a minute with such a nice guy. Would definitely book with him again. Thank you Stuart!!

  • Cape Town: Electric Bike Tour on Table Mountain

    7. Cape Town: Electric Bike Tour on Table Mountain

    Explore the best of Cape Town on a fun full-day e-bike tour. See this beautiful and vibrant city the most exciting way, on two wheels. Meet your guide, receive your helmet, and get an instructional session on how to use the electric bike. Start your adventure on the lower slopes, at the Rhodes Memorial. Cycle to the King’s Block house and around the slopes of the Devil’s Peak. Jump a cable car to the top of Table Mountain and enjoy the ride. Make sure to bring your camera as you don’t want to miss the perfect photo opportunity at the top.

  • Cape Town: Table Mountain Half–Day India Venster Hike

    8. Cape Town: Table Mountain Half–Day India Venster Hike

    This half day hike begins next to the Lower Cable Station. The trail ascends to the contour path directly behind the cable station. It is recommended that only the fit and more adventurous do this hike.  The hike, involves a lot of rock scrambling and rocky high ledges. In return you get the most incredible views of Cape Town. Definitely the most scenic way up to the cable station and you will have a sense of great achievement.  Climb directly below the upper cable station through a maze of rocks, ledges and outcrops. Your guide will point out historical and natural landmarks as you navigate your way to the top.  While you are ascending and when you are at the summit your guide will point out features of interest and places to get that perfect Instagram shot. Look for local bird and flower species, the common rock "dassie" or southern rock agama bobbing up and down on warm sunny rocks...

  • Table Mountain: Tranquility Cracks Hike

    9. Table Mountain: Tranquility Cracks Hike

    Your hike will start along the scenic pipe track, South West of Table Mountain, below the Twelve Apostles and above the white beaches of Camps Bay. This track is relatively flat and is a great way to warm up for the hike up Corridor Ravine later on. Your passionate and knowledgeable guide will point out landmarks as well as entertain you with some interesting stories of people who lived in these mountains once upon a time. The rusty old iron pipe that you follow disappears into the mountain before you ascend up a ravine to the top of one of the Apostle Buttresses. From here you can look down to the ocean one side and across to the green vineyards of Constantia on the other. You guide will then show you to a hidden gem on Table Mountain. Ancient cracks in the rock with views out onto Camps Bay and Lions Head. Enjoy a break and eat some food in these cool and shady caverns and explore t...

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What people are saying about Table Mountain

My tour was excellent especially with my tour guide Leticia she gave me a lot of information about cape town all in all i learnt a lot from her she is the most amazing woman i ever met, she is so kind and loving i can not wait to come back to cape town so that i can meet her again.

Queue was so long at Table mountain that the guide instead of letting us waiting for 2h to get in and again 2h to get out proposed alternative view from Signal Hill. This allowed to also visit down town. Great guide !

Excellent service and very worth the money, our tour guide Mr Super was also very helpful, informative and gave us excellent service

We had a great time with our guide. He taught us about all the places when went to. He was very knowledgeable and entertaining.

It was AMAZING more especially with the help from our beautiful Leticia..... We enjoyed every moment