We went up Table Mountain!
I think living in Cape Town makes me less likely to do the tourists hotspots. I haven’t been in a cable care for decades, so that means I was much too young to even remember my first time. I’m glad to say that I went on Friday! There are two great specials running, the one is R125 for a return tickect for all students (bring your student card) on Fridays and the second is a summer special where it’s R90 for a return ticket for everyone after 6pm on Weekdays. The normal rates for a return ticket are R195 for Adults and R95 for children (4-17 years old) and it’s free on your birthday! If you want to read more about the Table Mountain cable car specials you can CLICK HERE.
The website is a good way to check up on the weather before you leave! It will also tell you if the cable car is closed, which will save you a trip, you can visit www.tablemountain.net to read more! My advice is always bring a jersey, no matter how sunny it is, the breeze can be a bit chilly up there! Before I forget, there is a cafe that you can buy refreshments to either walk around or if you like, there’s a small restaurant to sit down and have meal. The problem is that both are so expensive! It’s R20 for a Bonaqua water! I would definitely advice you to bring a little picnic with you…or even pack your own bottle of water! It actually made such a romantic date when Stu and I went, I would bring my own bottle of wine next time maybe and a blanket, oh, and a check the weather report before!
In the cable car
Bye Cape Town!
Stu’s turn to pose!
The view with Camps Bay below
The clouds coming over Table Mountain.
Yes! Cape Town is beautiful and one absolutely spectacular way to appreciate that is watching the sunset from Table Mountain! A well spent R125!