For centuries, when voyagers arrived at the southernmost tip of Africa, the sight of Table Mountain told them that they had arrived at Cape Town. More than just a geological feature, however, Table Mountain has become the place where locals and visitors alike go to enjoy and appreciate the natural beauty of southern Africa. The peak towers more than a thousand meters - over 3,000 feet - above the bay, and offers a wealth of thousands of special of native plants, birds and animals. The Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, covering more than 1,300 acres and established in 1913, is a wonderful place to experience the variety of flora in the region. Table Mountain is easy to reach: drive, take the cable-car or the railway to the peak. The area, while still preserved in its natural state, also has restaurants, shops, scenic drives and picnic spots.
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