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This is the most famous and the highest table in the world, you can't dine on this table, instead you are the food for the GOD!!! I'm just making a joke here what I'm trying to tell you here is the mountain that has a flat plateau and it was named like that because of its form.

This is the most famous and the highest table in the world, you can’t dine on this table, instead you are the food for the GOD!!! I’m just making a joke here what I’m trying to tell you here is the mountain that has a flat plateau and it was named like that because of its form.

Everyone coming to Cape Town will be greeted by this prominent landmark from up in the sky or down below.
The flat top is approximately 3563 feet above sea level and there is a cable-car service that can take you up to the top in a 360 degree rotating car in just less than 5 minutes I think…it’s definitely pretty fast! If you wish to save some money you can choose to hike up the top with trails of varying difficulty.

For the best view of Cape Town it’s definitely the best to view from Table Mountain. It is like a bird eye’s view of part of the city and along the coast and harbor front. I can easily spend an hour or two on walking trails, sit back and relax enjoying the view and the breeze. Sometimes it’s freakish windy and cold up there. I wonder if it would be possible to have picnic too…? Maybe you can’t discreetly if you know how to dispose your trash. And its great to catch the sunrise or sunset, believe me it’s picturesque and amazingly beautiful. The flat top of the mountain is often covered by cloud spilling over the top to form the “table cloth”. It sounds pretty. So when going there make sure you go on a sunny, clear day.

http://www.tablemountain.net/
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Table_mountain

written by ng1336

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  1. syroneb

    syroneb

    Beautiful!

    almost 6 years ago · report as spam

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