TRAVEL TIPS AND TRICKS
TABLE MOUNTAIN & CAPE TOWN
What to pack for Table Mountain
When hiking on Table Mountain, it's important to pack the right gear to ensure a safe and enjoyable experience.
Here's a list of essential items to bring with you:
Footwear: Wear comfortable, sturdy running or hiking shoes with good traction.
Clothing: Dress in layers to accommodate changes in temperature and weather. A waterproof jacket is essential, as well as a hat and sunglasses
Hydration: Bring plenty of water, at least 2 liters per person, to stay hydrated during the hike.
Food: Pack light snacks and a packed lunch
Sun protection: Apply sunscreen and bring a hat or visor to protect from the sun.
Camera: Don't forget to bring your camera or phone
AT CLIMB TABLE MOUNTAIN WE PROVIDE MOST EQUIPMENT SO IF YOU DON'T HAVE WHAT IS LISTED ABOVE, WE HAVE YOUR BACK!
Getting Around Town
Cape Town is a large city with many different neighborhoods, attractions, and outdoor activities. Here are some of the best ways to get around Cape Town:
The MyCiTi bus: The MyCiTi bus service provides frequent and reliable service to many popular tourist destinations.
Uber and Bolt: These are widely available in Cape Town and provide a convenient option for getting around the city.
Car rental: Renting a car is a convenient option if you want to explore the city and surrounding areas at your own pace.
Bicycle: Cycling is a great way to get around Cape Town, especially if you're visiting the city's many parks and green spaces. Bicycle rental is available at several locations throughout the city.
Walking: Cape Town is a pedestrian-friendly city, and many popular tourist destinations are within walking distance of one another. This is especially true in the central city and the Waterfront.
The Red Bus: City Sightseeing Cape Town offers hop-on, hop-off bus tours, guided walks, bicycle tours, and helicopter tours of Cape Town's top attractions. Enjoy 360-degree views of the city and its surroundings on open-top double-decker buses.
Best Places to Stay
Hout Bay, Camps Bay, Gardens, Seapoint, Green Point, and the Waterfront are great places to stay because they are accessible, central, and pedestrian friendly and there's a genuine Cape Town vibe! Not to mention that you are a Hop-Skip-and-a-Jump from Table Mountain!
Hout Bay is a scenic fishing village known for its stunning natural beauty and outdoor activities such as hiking, kayaking, and whale watching.
Camps Bay is a trendy neighborhood with a stunning beach and a vibrant nightlife scene.
Gardens is a historic and culturally rich neighborhood that offers a variety of restaurants, shops, and attractions, including the iconic Company's Garden.
Seapoint is a fashionable and upscale neighborhood with a long promenade and access to beaches and other attractions.
Green Point is a bustling neighborhood known for its trendy restaurants and nightlife, as well as its proximity to the Cape Town Stadium and the V&A Waterfront.
The V&A Waterfront is a popular shopping, dining, and entertainment destination, with a variety of attractions such as the Two Oceans Aquarium, the Chavonnes Battery Museum, and the Cape Wheel Ferris Wheel.