Table Mountain National Park
This pair of golden thrones, a sculpture by Greg Benatar, face away from Camps Bay beach providing a view towards the Twelve Apostles....
Camps Bay Beach
With soft white sand and a backdrop of the spectacular Twelve Apostles of Table Mountain, Camps Bay is one of the city’s most popular...
This is one of five reservoirs created on top of Table Mountain in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. It is named after Sir John...
Theatre on the Bay
The program here sticks with conventional plays or one-person shows. Should you want to eat before curtain, there's the chic Sidedish...
Table Mountain Café
Hallelujah! Table Mountain finally gets the café it so deserves. This self-serve place offers tasty deli items and meals, compostable...
Table Mountain National Park information
Stretching from Signal Hill to Cape Point, this 22,000 hectare park is a natural wonder, its range of environments including granite and sandstone mountains, giant boulder strewn beaches and shady forests. For the vast majority of visitors the main attraction is the 1086m-high mountain itself, the top of which can easily be accessed by the cableway , which runs every 10/20 minutes in high/low season.
The park is provides the venue for a host of adventure activities including hiking, abseiling, mountain biking, rock climbing, paragliding, bird and wildlife watching, snorkelling and diving.