1. It is home to many species, some of which can not be found anywhere else in the world
The mountain is rich in diverse wildlife, including the rock hyrax and a rare species of frog aptly named the Table Mountain Ghost Frog as it can only be found in this area.
Tourists enjoying the view of Lion's Head and Cape Town from Table MountainSouth African Tourism
2. The flattened top of the mountain is approximately 2 miles from one side to the other
Table Mountain is perhaps best known for its flat top which, because it resembles a table top, has garnered the mountain its now famous name.
Scenic view of Table Mountain from BloubergstrandSouth African Tourism
3. Numerous caves exist on the mountain
The largest cave is the Wynberg Cave, a cavernous crack which runs alongside one of the mountain's small rift valleys.
Cable car going up Table MountainSouth African Tourism
4. Over 80,000 people visit the mountain each year
With its breathtaking views the awe-inspiring sites it is no wonder that Table Mountain is one of South Africa's most visited sites.
Table MountainSouth African Tourism
5. The man-made pile of stones, Maclear’s Beacon, is the highest point on the mountain
In the 1800s, Sir Thomas Maclear built the structure which is 1086 metres above sea level.