Table Mountain National Park

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Why Visit?

Table Mountain is perhaps one of the most well-known and recognised of South Africa’s natural landmarks. Towering above the city of Cape Town and stretching all the way down the Cape Peninsula, Table Mountain is imposing as it is stunning.

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Getting There

The city of Cape Town is surrounded by the national park, running from Cape Point in the south, to iconic Table Mountain in the north.
It’s a 15-hour drive or a 2-hour flight from Joburg and Durban. Half of that is from Port Elizabeth.


Stay at Hoerikwaggo Tented Camps in Table Mountain National Park for a more back to nature experience.

Stay in the spectacular Overseers Cottage at the top of Table Mountain or the historic Platteklip Wash House where the city bowl meets Table Mountain in one of the National Park’s two self-catering lodges.

Self-catering options in Cape Point include Eland and Duiker Family Cottages, as well as Olifantsbos Guest House.


From R650 to R4,050 per night for accommodation
R42 per adult, per day conservation fees for South Africans
R170 per adult, per day conservation fees for International Visitors

Table Mountain Photos

Get inspired with these photos of the Table Mountain National Park.

VISIT Table Mountain

Go to the SANParks website to book your next day visit or holiday to the Table Mountain National Park.

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