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If you haven’t been up Table Mountain by cableway, can you actually say you’ve BEEN to Cape Town at all? Probably not. See the Mother City from this exciting new angle and admire all of her mountains, beaches, and the urban metropolis at the foothills of one of the New7Wonders of Nature.
As your African travel expert, we have all the information you need for your soujourn up the cableway. Read on to find out more:
Come ride on the Cableway Image credit: Table Mountain Aerial Company
Note: It’s recommended you buy your tickets online to avoid waiting in long queues. Tickets are valid seven days after purchase to give you a chance to go in good weather. Children under four can ride for free.
AM Two-Way Trip:
PM Two-Way Trip:
This option is ideal for hikers.
Friday Special (for tickets bought at the counter):
A dassie (rock hyrax) on Table Mountain Image credit: Tony Mendez
Note: The cableway’s times change with the seasons and according to the weather. If you miss the last cable car down, be prepped for a hike in the dark.
Updated schedules and ticket prices can be checked online.
Note: Table Mountain’s Cableway will be closed for annual maintenance between 23 July 2018 and 5 August 2018.
The view from Table Mountain with the Cableway Image Credit: Rudi Steenbruggen
A view of the top of Table Mountain Image credit: Table Mountain Aerial Company
Making your way to the top of Table Mountain via cableway is just one of the many things to do in Cape Town.
Have you been up Table Mountain? We’d love to know!
Jessica grew up surrounded with stories and photographs of the Congo and Lake Kivu, where her grandfather experienced his childhood. After reading several National Geographic magazines, she realised her dream of travelling and writing about Africa. Jessica is proudly Deaf and fluent in South African Sign Language and hopes to master more languages. Besides being an avid reader, she loves animals and wants to experience owning as many pets as possible.
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My friends booked these tickets last night off a site and were charged £80 each ticket plus booking fees and came to over £200.00 is this allowed for a ticket that’s less than £40
Hello Vavache, thank you for sharing with me. Unless the tickets were bought on an official site, such as http://www.webtickets.co.za/event.aspx?itemid=681080, those ticket prices are concerning. The prices in this blog are from the official Table Mountain Aerial Company and should not cost more than the given price.
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