Table Mountain is a landmark in Cape Town. The top of the mountain is as flat as a table. It seems to be flattened with a knife, so it is also called the dining table of God. On the right side of Table Mountain is Lion's Head Mountain and Signal Hill, and on the left is the Devil's Peak. Every year, a large amount of water vapor rises to the top of the mountain after encountering Table Mountain, and then forms a spectacular cloud under the action of cold air. It is like a whole piece of tablecloth covering the entire Table Mountain, and the scenery is very beautiful.
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This flat, eye-catching plateau is a sky-high recreational area that has attracted 24 million visitors since the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway opened in 1929. While the cars rising to 3,600 feet rotate to show off picturesque Cape Town, the mountain’s rich biodiversity – 1,470 species of plants and myriad forest animals in a relatively small area – is the top attraction.
Table Mountain it’s a mountain rising from the sea.It is located in Capetown Southern Africa. Everyone’s who visits Cape Town must go to Table Mountain....it is the touristy thing to do. But, I promise you, it will not disappoint. Visit on a clear day. Brave ones climb and say that it is exhilarating but the effect is just as spectacular by cable car. It’s called Table Mountain because it is relatively flat and this makes for a great hike. The views cannot be described by words and pictures don’t do it justice. We bought our tickets online. The queue is long but worth it.
My home country of South Africa is always a treat to return to. South Africa is blessed with glorious weather, our winters are mild and forgiving in relation to anything experienced in Europe and most parts of Asia so it’s welcoming all year round.
The first three pictures are Cape Town - home to the majestic Table Mountain and one of the best afternoon drives you’ll ever have - along the curvaceous route of Camps Bay, peaking in Signal Hill and then trickling down to central Cape Town where you’ll find the V&A Waterfront, a hub of touristy restaurants and that Instagram-worthy cable wheel.
Durban is often called the Playground of South Africa for its laid back atmosphere and stretched coastlines. Expect light and refreshing menus to offset the warm weather or poolside brunch at Umhlanga’s Oyster Box. For a more local experience, take a guided tour around Umlazi, Durban’s largest township, and the South Beach promenade for Zulu beadwork to take home.
Beautiful Cape Town,South Africa. Ontop of Table mountain looking at lions head once we were done we took a drive around the mountain. Seeing these breath taking views will definitely leave you in awe! ❤️#givethanks