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Table Mountain National Park is located in Cape Town, South Africa. The National Park includes two major landmarks, Table Mountain and the Cape of Good Hope.

Table Mountain National Park is one of South Africa's iconic landmarks and attracts millions of people from South Africa and all around the world. Table Mountain National Park forms a great backdrop of Cape Town and protects more than 2,000 plant species as well as over 1450 flower species all of which make for rare biodiversity.


While in Cape Town, You can visit Table Mountain National Park and enjoy any of the following activities.

  • Hiking
  • Cable car ride
  • Guided Walks
  • Abseiling
  • Rock Climbing
  • Surfing
  • KiteBoarding
  • Fishing / Extractive Diving
  • Mountain Biking

When To Visit

You can visit Table Mountain National Park (and Cape Town) at any time of the year. Summers are typically hot and dry while winters are wet and mild.

Because of the Mediterranean climate, the weather can quickly change during the day and hikers should bring all-weather gear. It is not uncommon to enjoy a clear day in one area and then misty or rainy conditions in a different part of the park.

Getting There

Table Mountain National Park is very easy to access. All you have to do is get a flight to Cape Town. There are very many international, regional and domestic flights to Cape Town International Airport.

From the airport, you can hire a car; if you use a travel agent, they will have someone pick you up.

Where To Stay

There are so many options for where you can stay while visiting Table Mountain National Park. There are many luxury, midrange and budget options that you can choose from.

Depending on what activities you want to do, you might fancy staying near the various landmarks. Even if you do not, you would be able to move from one side of Cape Town to the other and partake in your interests.