Going up Table Mountain will make any kid high. Guaranteed.
I recently went up with my family and had a picnic at the top, overlooking the beautiful Table Mountain range, towards Cape Point.
It was a highlight of my kids’ trip to Cape Town, in a week of highlights that included penguins at Boulders, beach trips to Muizenberg, Fish Hoek and Noordhoek, the City Sightseeing Bus and the Two Oceans Aquarium.
Are you one of the millions of people who have used the cable car to get to the top of Table Mountain? Send us photographs of your trip, and they could be published on our blog.
Bring your children up the mountain for free during our annual Kidz Season, which kicks off on May 1.
The sound of laughter will draw you to a pretty stone building, holding a treasure trove of goodies and staff so friendly they will brighten up your day.
Low-hanging clouds provided the perfect weather for the 140 Platteklip Charity Challenge runners on Saturday, with André “AJ” Calitz and Annemien Ganzevoort taking the honours.
It’s rare for a couple to marry at their place of work, but when your office happens to be located on Table Mountain, the choice of venue makes a lot more sense.
The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway team has put together some awesome family activities for Easter Sunday, so make a plan to get to the top in time for the start at 10am.
Sure, Table Mountain is impressively large, but would you have guessed that there are six different venues up top, each with its own stunning view and functionality?
Table Mountain is one of my favourite of South Africa’s many attractions. Just a few beautiful minutes up in the cable car, and you can be in another world, far from the city and day-to-day bustle of 21st century life. You can drink in the mountain views and air, and come back down rejuvenated and a different person. You’re guaranteed of an instant good mood.