This fantastic beast of a mountain is well worth the sightseeing – even a toddler could enjoy the flat-topped mountain.
Table Mountain is a massive natural disaster, rising from the ocean floors some 330 million years ago.
Today it (Intaba yeTafile) towers over 1km high, stretching 3km wide. Overwhelming to the naked eye.
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway ticket prices to the calamity of a mountain top are well-priced for every occasion.
Most people know the mountain as Tafelburg (AKA Table Mountain). Locally named the Table Top.
Once tickets are bought for the old-timer – there’s no turning back. One MUST ride the Cableway.
Only 4 ½ imizuzu, and turning a full 360 degrees in all directions. Mechanically the Aerial Cableway is a masterpiece.
German-built over two decades ago, the Aerial Cableway was designed to shuttle passengers up Table Mountain.
Housing more than two dozen people, original tickets bought to the Cape Town attraction was painfully slow.
Nowadays, the Cable car boosts an upgraded ticket system and supports over 70 people (that’s right seventy!).
Systems in place for upgrades provide a competitive edge to the monopolies on the Cableway – no point arguing here.
Demand has soared recently, as the event of FIFA 2010 Soccer world cup brought Table Mountain to light.
Famous songs of Cape Town include Shakira’s Waka Waka “eh eh,” and other locally known artists.
Those singers are bolstering Cape Town’s international tourism to its most beautiful in decades with the recent advancements in technology.
Tickets priced according to the annual maintenance of Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, naturally occurring once per year.
Other factors influencing Table Mountain Cableway ticket prices include demand and the for-profit status of the company.
TMACC is the managing company of Table Mountain Aerial Cableway. The organization supports a for-profit program.
Nevertheless, supported is TMACC in its initiative to bring tourism and for its efforts to conserve wildlife.
Tourism is the primary industry for Table Mountain tickets, even though South Africans also enjoy the opportunity.
Coupled with tickets are prices for those who can not afford the opportunity to go up Table Mountain cable car.
Those in need can apply to a support program none other than with the people who fill dreams—south African company WISH.
Non-profits support people in need who have the low life expectancy to make their dreams come true.
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway has similar offers on their tickets for those South Africans unable to provide fully-funded travel.
Birthday specials and senior rates are all-inclusive for SA citizens (sorry foreigners) – to those wanting to travel on the cable car.
We support that foreigners should also have free Table Mountain tickets on their birthdays. After all – one nation.
Not to mention that non-South African citizens will also be traveling for their birthday – talk about special occasions.
The other benefit of providing free tickets to citizens of other countries on their birthday is publicity. Unbelievable quality.
Well-educated foreigners – those who mainly travel to Cape Town, have unprecedented levels of quality education.
Yintoni egqithisile, those tickets that freely provided offer an opportunity for better tourism, increasing sales rates.
Without waiting, let’s introduce you to frequently asked questions about Table Mountain Aerial Cableway ticket prices.
Most of these are common knowledge, but some might surprise you. Stay tuned for four questions about ticket prices.
Table Mountain Aerial Cableway ticket prices
Besides some shenanigans such as Table Mountain free birthday special, we are going to debunk some common myths.
Let’s not get too excited because the common myths might be self-explanatory. I am reviewing the next four questions.
It only takes four questions because those are the most common, now begin with “How much does a Table Mountain ticket cost?”.
After proceeding to visitors buying tickets at the Cableway (rather than online), we explore what the best time to ascend is.
#1 How much does a Table Mountain ticket cost?
My oh my, it’s a Table Mountain ticket! Willy Wonka’s factory is around the corner. A golden ticket to Table Mountain anyone?
Freaking awesome, state of the art, cable car ticket with costs for the New Year to the most mighty mountain in Cape Town.
Are you excited already? I know we are because Table Mountain tickets cost is lower than they ever have been. Specials are here!
Table Mountain tickets cost found on our website, on this page included, are the updated prices for the current year.
#2 Can visitors buy tickets at Table Mountain Cableway?
Yes – but should you do it? Hayi. Of course, there are ways to buy tickets at Table Mountain; some are better than others.
Table Mountain Tickets is a provider of information and bundled tickets to the Cableway, better than buying on the day.
Table Mountain Cableway not equipped to deal with visitors during peak season, taking upwards of an hour to get in line.
Tickets provided on this site are the preferred way by many choosing to buy Tickets to Table Mountain. We agree.
#3 What is the best time to go up Table Mountain cable car?
Best times go hand in hand with Cape Town weather. Some prefer mornings, while others enjoy afternoons.
We’d say pick the time that works for you and worry about the rest later. Be concerned if it’s raining or wind is above 30km/h.
Usually, during those times, the cable car is closed, and you’ll have to make other arrangements. A following day is an option.
Most often, tickets used in the morning with afternoons being the second-best option. The afternoon is equally popular.
#4 Can visitors go up Table Mountain for free on a birthday?
Yes and no, maybe. Depending on whether you are a South African citizen, we argue that everyone should be free.
Ngelishwa, Table Mountain Aerial Cableway has chosen that those with valid ID stating the origins of SA are only allowed free.
Those include South African ID but also can negotiate deals with the Cableway for seniors and SA businesses.
Isishwankathelo, these are the commonly asked questions for Table Mountain Aerial Cableway ticket prices.