Towering 1,086 metres over Cape Town, and around 500 million years in the making, Table Mountain is a playground for nature lovers and outdoor enthusiasts alike!
Once an island, now boasting more plant species per square kilometre than a tropical jungle, this flat-topped monolith begs exploration. Trails run the length and breadth of the mountain, offering exceptional hiking for all levels of experience and fitness. Whether you’re looking for adventure or solitude, nature or views, a hike up Table Mountain is not to be missed.
Table Mountain is a surprisingly big mountain once you get to the top. It is easy to get lost especially if the clouds come down. Your guide will ensure your safety and can also take you away from the more touristy areas where you can really feel you are in a wilderness area. PLUS a guide will give you information concerning the flora, fauna, history and other interesting aspects of Table Mountain and The Cape.
There are hikes suitable for everyone on Table Mountain. You can even get the cable car to the top of the mountain, and go for a full days hike on a relatively flat area. On the other hand there are strenuous and exciting hikes for those looking for a challenge.