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Table Mountain

Table Mountain, the renowned and iconic landmark of South Africa is hikers’ paradise with innumerable trails, astounding views and various mesmerising facts to know about. Table Mountain is a flat-topped mountain encircled by breathtaking cliffs. The levelled plateau is edged by Devil’s Peak to the east any by Lions Head to the west. The wide spectrum of mountainous heights, along with Signal Hill, builds the natural amphitheatre for the City Bowl and Table Bay harbor. The orographic clouds often cover the flat top of the mountain and moisture condenses to form cloudy ‘table-cloth’ for the table mountain. The mountain is world widely known for its unique bio-diversity and flora and fauna. At Table Mountain , you can enjoy wonderful view of the Rock Hyrax (Dassie) running along the rocks, lizards sunning, butterflies fleeting past and you can also have chance to watch large Verreaux Eagles and small colourful sunbirds. And all these creatures reside in Fynbos; a plant species which occurs nowhere else at the planet.

Cape Town Central

Cape Town Central is a vibrant city, fondly called the ‘mother city’ lies in the arms of Table Mountain, which itself is one of the world’s most renowned landmarks. The Cape Town has undergone tremendous change and developed overwhelmingly in last few years. It is the second most populous city of South Africa and being a seat of National Parliament, it also serves as the legislative capital of the country. The city is renowned for its harbour, its natural setting in Cape floral kingdom and for Table Mountain and Cape Point. Cape Point is known as the dramatic headland at the end of the Cape Peninsula. Tourist also visits Cape Town for its beaches. Boulders Beach is renowned for its African penguins’ colony. The city has various tourist attractions like; Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, Two Oceans Aquarium, Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela was kept, Hout Bay, Simon’s Town, Cape fur Seal, Boo Kaap, Cape of Good Hope, Groote Kerk, Kristenbosch National Botanical Garden, Cape Flats, Khayelitsha, Cape Wine lands and towns of Stellenbosch, Paarl and Franschhoek and Mostert’s Mill.