Table Mountain National Park
It occupies a mock cave that could be the set from a James Bond movie, a feeling that is compounded by the state-of-the-art contraptions...
Gym on the Bay
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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.