Jan Smuts may not have approved, but there are three very good reasons why I now flourish my Cable Card with pride…
In this gorgeous photo from Jenny Hallward, a reflection of Table Mountain takes up the foreground, while the vineyards of Groot Constantia set the scene.
A superb view of the Twelve Apostles ... How many peaks can you count? Do you see more than a dozen?
Cape Town’s very own Table Mountain makes a guest appearance in an hour-long National Geographic documentary titled The World in Two Cities.
We’d like to shout (from the top of the mountain) a big THANK-YOU to all our Facebook fans – we couldn’t have reached our 20 000 likes without you.
We’d like to say a big THANK-YOU to all of our fans on Facebook for their great support. The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway Facebook page has grown to nearly 20 000 likes! Now, we need your help to get us to over the 20 000 mark. Get your friends and family to like our page, and let’s spread the love for this Wonder of Nature.
Are you a Cable Card holder? Then you should be smiling, because the Cableway is offering fantastic savings on a wide selection of merchandise and fare from the Shop at the Top and the Table Mountain Café!
Seagulls take flight from the shores of Bloubergstrand while the tablecloth rolls over Table Mountain in the distance.
A Cape Town couple, on a fundraising adventure in aid of the Nelson Mandela Children’s Hospital, dropped by the Cableway on Sunday to raise awareness about the hospital and their trip.
The rising sun lights up the Cape Town City Bowl, turning everything in its wake orange. The view of the sun rising, and lighting up the city from the east, is awe-inspiring.