When we think of a mountain or hill, we always think of the cone-shaped edge mountains. But have you heard of a mountain that is flat on top? There is a mountain in Cape Town, South Africa with a flat top and that is why it is named Table Mountain. It has become a really famous tourist attraction place. Visitors use the cableway or do the hiking to reach the top. The mountain structures part of the Table Mountain National Park. It is residence to a vast collection of largely endemic fauna and flora.
Table Mountain got its name because of its flat top. The biggest point of Table Mountain is 1 086m (3 563 feet) above sea level. It’s called Maclear’s Beacon after the man who created a stone cairn at the site in 1865.
Table Mountain is said to be one of the ancient mountains in the world.
If you love the outdoors trips and got the convenience to travel places. If you love adventure add the Table mountain of Cape Town South Africa, in your travel plans list.
Table Mountain is at the northern end of a sandstone mountain range that forms the spine of the Cape Peninsula that terminates approximately 50 kilometers (30 mi) to the south at the Cape of Good Hope and Cape Point.
There are two ways to summit Table Mountain, by cable car or on foot. You can also prefer to hike to the top and descend by cable car. Each rotating cable car offers tremendous views of the city and takes only five minutes to reach the summit. The quickest and easiest route up Table Mountain takes the average person between 1.5 and 2 hours by walking.
The best time to visit Table Mountain is from October to March. All you need to do is book online tickets for a discount. For booking visit here