Table Mountain lies within Table Mountain National Park, which has a variety of accommodations available. They range from picturesque and atmospheric tented camps to a secluded guest house on the beach and a scenic cottage right on top of Table Mountain. Note that some accommodations in the national park may not be close to Table Mountain itself.
Cape Town, situated at the foot of the mountain, offers a plethora of additional accommodation as well, including numerous hotels and guesthouses, B&Bs and hostels.
Table Mountain is Cape Town’s most famous iconic landmark, Table Mountain is always a top choice for hikers who visit the destination. Woodhead Dam lies on the top of the mountain, and is a large dam constructed in 1897 that supplies water to the city of Cape Town. If you are a hiker who prefers hiking in peace up the mountain and avoiding the large crowds, the back routes are recommended. However, there are a number of trails up and down the mountain available that offer different moods and challenges for different explorers.