Don’t let the winter chill keep you from enjoying the Cape Town Big 6 attractions and making the most of the coming months! Just imagine being cosy near a fireplace while sipping on a glass of red wine, indulging in yummy winter warmers with your family and friends. Here are our Top Cosy Spots at the Cape Town Big 6 attractions.
Table Mountain Cableway share current traveller behaviours and what the future picture of travel could look like, in a post-Covid world. Travel and tourism operators in South Africa are ready and excited to welcome back domestic (and maybe even overseas) visitors and have put plans and changes in place to adapt to their changing needs and demands as consumers.
The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway launched a private cable car service to make your next event extra special.
Cape Town is packed full of amazing walks. These range from a casual scenic or historical stroll, through to dramatic hikes and extensive treks. Here are six of the best.
Ah, Cape Town. Bikinis and boardshorts, beach days, sunsets, cocktails, nature, nightlife, and that mountain. Impossible to ignore, Table Mountain is always right in your face. You have to go around it to get anywhere, and some part of it pops up in every holiday snap you take. But this is not a bad thing.
In the month of October, you can purchase a Table Mountain Aerial Cableway return ticket at R100, Monday – Friday.
11 July 2021: Lockdown regulations went into effect on 27 March 2020 in South Africa. Currently, economic and retail activity has resumed under strict strict health protocols.
Visitors, please note that our Cableway operations are closed from Wednesday 18 March 2020. The cableway will remain closed until greater clarity is given on the management and containment of this virus by the President and international health bodies, such as the World Health Organisation.
Table Mountain Cableway Maintenance – Gary Hirsons – Photographic Exhibition titled: Man, Machine and a Mountain
Get a behind-the-scenes glimpse of this #CTBig6 beauty. From Thursday 5 March to Sunday 29 March, members of the public will be able to see this iconic Cape Town Big 6 member like never before.