Cape Town can be seen from different angles and dimensions, from the water, from above from the air – but your visit will never be complete unless you have seen Cape Town from the top of the icon, Table Mountain.
Half day hike:
Of course we only use recommended walking routes. The easier one is the Platerklip Gorge, which we can use for ascent and descent. For this tour we only hike up and use the cable car for the descent.
Full day hike:
If you are a hiking fanatic, we use the route called Indian Venster (Indian Window). This is a hard and challenging route, but more fun.
This means we hike up Table Mountain and have lunch on the summit or somewhere in between. This gives us the opportunity to learn a lot more about Table Mountain. We use the same hiking route to get back to the valley station of the cable car. After the hike (weather permitting) we enjoy a well-deserved sundowner together.
This is not only about hiking, not only about the view, not only about movement – it is about replacing the theory of travelling with very practical experience.
The first European to climb Table Mountain Hoerikwaggo #TableMountain and give it the name “Taboa Do Capo” was Antonio De Saldanah in 1503.
The highest point of Table Mountain was originally measured at 1080 m.
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