What is special about Table Mountain National Park?
The national park’s most unique feature is its fynbos vegetation that is displayed here better than anywhere in the world. The Cape Floral region of the national park is one of the richest floral regions in the world. Over 70% of the flowers are endemic to the Table Mountain.
How does Table Mountain contribute to the society?
Table Mountain National Park contributed R104-million to the South African economy last year – up from R28,8-million in the previous financial year. It hosts 20 000 schoolchildren a year and focuses on uplifting people in poor communities living on the border of the park. …
What can be found on Table Mountain?
While leopards once roamed the mountain — but not since the 1920s — the biggest cat you are likely to see (if you are very lucky) is the rooikat (caracal). The mountain is also home to dassies (rock hyrax), porcupines, mongooses, snakes, tortoises, and a rare amphibian called the Table Mountain Ghost Frog.
Is Table Mountain a natural attraction?
It is a significant tourist attraction, with many visitors using the cableway or hiking to the top. The mountain forms part of the Table Mountain National Park. … This broad sweep of mountainous heights, together with Signal Hill, forms the natural amphitheatre of the City Bowl and Table Bay harbour.
Can you go up Table Mountain for free on your birthday?
A Free birthday on Table Mountain is one way to mark turning a year older, and thanks to Table Mountain Cableway Company that dream can become a reality. Travellers can visit the natural wonder for free on their birthday month.
How much does it cost to go to Table Mountain?
|Morning: Adults||8am – 1pm||R380|
|Morning: Kids (4 – 17 years)||8am – 1pm||R190|
|Afternoon: Adults||1pm – until close||R300|
|Afternoon: Kids (4 – 17 years)||1pm – until close||R150|
Who is the owner of Table Mountain?
Riaan Vorster – Owner – Hike Table Mountain | LinkedIn.