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Table Mountain and Cape Town Half-Day Trip

From US$38.95
Highlights
  • Enjoy this superb views of Cape Town from the top of Table Mountain
  • Enjoy panoramic sights over the city from the top of Table Mountain
  • Visit Cape Town’s Malay Quarter and learn about the neighborhood’s fascinating history
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Table Mountain and Cape Town Half-Day Trip
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Departs at 1.30pm with an English guide
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Overview
See the best of Cape Town including a trip to the top of Table Mountain and a minibus tour of the city’s highlights during this half-day tour. Survey the city from Table Mountain, ride the cable car back down (own expense), and then see Cape Town’s main sights from your minibus. See places such as the Diamond Works and the Malay Quarter on Signal Hill.
What to Expect
Meet your minibus outside your Cape Town city center hotel and drive straight to the base of Table Mountain. Ride the cable car (own expense) to the top of the mountain, and then enjoy some free time on the mountain top to take in the views of the city below, of Robben Island in the distance and of the mountains that extend inland.

Descend from Table Mountain via the round-trip ticket you purchased for the cable car, and meet your guide to begin your tour of Cape Town’s highlights. Climb into a comfortable air-conditioned minibus and drive past main sights as well as some less-well-known places in the historic city. Visit the colorful Bo-Kaap neighborhood on Signal Hill (also called the Malay Quarter) and hear stories about the Cape Malay slaves of the 16th and 17th centuries, as well as their descendants who built this district.

If time permits, pay a visit to the Castle of Good Hope - one of the oldest buildings in the whole country of South Africa - to follow your guide into its dungeons. Visit the Milnerton Lighthouse, the light that brings ships safely into Table Bay, and finish your tour with a stop at Diamond Works to tour the factory and hear about South African jewelry. At the end of the tour, you’ll be transported back to your Cape Town hotel.
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Reviews (182)
1 - 5 of 12 reviews
Reviewed 3 weeks ago
Table Mountain - Warm sunny day so we had to go

Visiting Cape Town as part of tour. Read if it's not windy and if it's sunny go to Table Mountain asap. Weather can be a problem. Went on Sunday without purchasing tickets online. Line was long and we had to do line to purchase tickets...More

Date of experience: November 2018
3  Thank Richard D
Reviewed 20 October 2018
A little Disappointing.

Typical tourist must see Table Top Mountain trip. Massive queues so advise book tickets. If you wish to be a typical tourist then do the trip. Certain people raved about the trip others like me were a little let down. MAKE UP YOUR OWN MIND!...More

Date of experience: October 2018
Thank Dave M
Reviewed 3 October 2018
Spectacular view

The most Spectacular view from the top of the mountain. The Cafe and Deli on top sells good food. Short walks are available and the Dassie walk offers spectacular views north, south and west. There is guide tours available Take jacket and make sure that...More

Date of experience: September 2018
1  Thank Hellie4321
Reviewed 20 August 2018 via mobile
A Cold Rainy Day in Cape Town

It was our last day in Cape Town table mountain had been closed due to wind and maintenance l, finally on the Tuesday it opened, we head out early to the cable way and made our way up to the top of the mountain, it...More

1  Thank oliverhH4260QL
Reviewed 15 August 2018
This is a joke

You have to buy your tickets for the cable car on your own (why does the tour operator not organize this). At Table Mountain, the guide does not know, whre the queue starts. - Then he decides the queue is too long and we will...More

Date of experience: August 2018
5  Thank J-Knoblauch
SpringbokAtlas, Manager at Table Mountain and Cape Town Half-Day Trip, responded to this reviewResponded 1 October 2018

The cost of the Table Mountain cable way ticket is not included in the cost of the tour, as the service is weather permitting. We advise guests to prepurchase the ticket online, in order to avoid spending unnecessary time in two queues (the queue to...More

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