Consisting of beautiful valleys, beaches and bays, the Table Mountain National Park in South Africa is well known for encompassing two world-renowned landmarks.
The national park boasts rich and diverse flora as well as rocky cliffs and sandy flats. Table Mountain National Park is one of Cape Town's most remarkable attractions that is not to be missed.
Use the guidelines below to learn about the top attractions to visit during your stay in Cape Town.
Cape Point boasts of breath-taking views and mountain scenery. Take a walk to the viewing point or hop onto a helicopter and experience the mesmerizing landscapes at the meeting of two oceans. Beyond the spectacular view, there’s an opportunity to spot a variety of animals including mountain zebra, eland and whales depending on the season.
An iconic attraction and the symbol representing the city, Table Mountain is one of the 7 Wonders of Nature. The experience is mind-boggling. There are many ways to enjoy what Table Mountain has to offer such as hopping onto the cable car or hiking your way to the top. Irrespective of the route you take, the experience will be unforgettable, and includes magnificent views.
Not far from the V&A Waterfront, Signal Hill overlooks the opulent suburb of Camps Bay, the beautiful ocean and the city’s center. Located next to Lion’s Head and Table Mountain, this flat-topped hill is the perfect place for a picnic. So pack your favorite refreshments and enjoy the best views of the Cape.
Popular for hiking during the full moon, Lion’s Head is one of the most well-known attractions of the Table Mountain National Park. There are many trails leading to the summit. Also, Lion’s Head has a variety of trails to suit different fitness levels, all of which overlook and offer mesmerizing views of the city below.