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See the sights of Cape Town at your own pace with a combined ticket to the Table Mountain Aerial Cab...
Skeleton Gorge starts from the beautiful Kirstenbosch Gardens and is one of the most popular routes ...
... Aquarium, the Castle of Good Hope, the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, a hop-on-hop-off bustour, meals and drinks, walk...
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Save time with a 4 attractions visitor card and get prepaid access to almost 20 attractions at the V...
4 hours 30 minutes
...ificent Table Mountain.Please note: the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway will be closed for annual maintenance from 24 Jul...
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The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway takes visitors from the Lower Station on Tafelberg Road up to the westernmost end of the Table Mountain plateau which is at an elevation of 1067 metres.
The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway takes visitors from the Lower Station on Tafelberg Road up to the westernmost end of the Table Mountain plateau which is at an elevation of 1067 metres. Traversing a vertical distance of 765 metres in 5 minutes, the cable cars have rotating floors which offer tourists a 360° panoramic view of the surroundings. From the top, you can get great views over Cape Town, Table Bay and Robben Island to the north, and the Atlantic seaboard to the west and south.
To reach the the Cableway, you can take the free MyCiTi shuttle service from the Lower Tafelberg Road stop off Kloof Nek Road to the Upper Tafelberg Road stop at the Lower Cable station. Cars depart every 10 - 15 minutes from 8 AM in the morning to 5 PM during May to August, and later in the evening during other months. Adult tickets cost R290 for return and R150 one-way in the morning peak hours (8 AM to 1 PM), and R275 in the afternoon. During peak season of 15 December to 15 January, ticket rates are raised to R305 in the morning and R275 in the afternoon. There are discounts for senior citizens and children aged 4-17 years. Children under 4 years travel free.
Tafelberg Rd, Gardens, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa
+27 21 424 8181
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