Cape Town And Table Mountain

Cape Town And Table Mountain

Cape Town, one of the most important cities of the Republic of South Africa, is the most vibrant city in the country with a population of 3.5 million. The cuisine, architecture, nature and art of the city, where African, Asian and European cultures live together, take this place to the top of the list of places to see.

As we mentioned, although there are many points to see, Cape Town comes to mind first with Table Mountain. Cape Town’s skyline is formed by Table Mountain. Unlike most mountains, Table Mountain differs with its flat top surface. Table Mountain has been placed on the Cape Town flag. It is extremely important for the region in terms of tourism. Every year, millions of tourists visit Cape Town for Table Mountain. Particularly, hiking sports or trips to the top of the mountain by cableway attract great attention. The landscape seen from the mountain surface is considered to be one of the best landscapes in Africa. The highest point of Table Mountain lies on the eastern surface of the mountain plateau and reaches an altitude of 1,086 meters. This point is about 19 meters higher than the cable car station on the western wing of the plateau. The flat surface of the mountain is usually covered with orographic clouds (clouds formed as a result of orography or terrestrial relief) and fascinates its visitors with this image…

All these features give the mountain and therefore the city an extraordinary quality. If you are on a long Cape Town trip, it is a privilege to experience life on the mountain instead of just looking at it from a distance and photographing it.