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(18 March 2020) LATEST UPDATE: Table Mountain Aerial Cableway is closed until further notice. Visitors who have purchased tickets are able to reschedule to a later date.
Recently voted one of the New Seven Wonders of the Natural World, Table Mountain is one of Cape Town’s most popular attractions. The trip up to the summit in one of two revolving cable cars takes less than 10 minutes, and offers magnificent views of the surrounding city and the ocean beyond (weather permitting).
Families can spend the better part of the day exploring the summit by taking one of three available walks. There is also a cafe and deli where visitors can collect a ready made picnic pack.
The cableway has extended operating hours in summer and shuts down for about 3 – 6 weeks in the middle of winter for routine maintenance.
Venue: Lower Cable Station, Tafelberg Rd, Cape Town
Time: First car up 8.30am | Last car down between 5.30pm and 9.30pm depending on time of year
Cost: Return R 255 adults, R 125 U18, free U4 return | One way R 135 adults, R 65 U18 (Tickets valid for seven days)