Table Mountain is a level topped mountain shaping an unmistakable point of interest sitting above the city of Cape Town in South Africa.
It is a noteworthy vacation destination, with numerous guests utilizing the cableway or climbing to the top.
The mountain frames some portion of the Table Mountain National Park.
Table Mountain is home to a vast exhibit of fauna and vegetation, the greater part of which is endemic.
The principle highlight of Table Mountain is the level roughly 3 kilometers from side to side, edged by noteworthy precipices.
The level, flanked by Devil's Peak toward the east and by Lion's Head toward the west, frames a sensational background to Cape Town.
This wide range of precipitous statures, together with Signal Hill, frames the common amphitheater of the City Bowl and Table Bay harbor.