Rappelling /Abseiling in Table Mountain, Cape Town, Western Cape South Africa

Descent :
False Bay is a body of water characterized by Cape Hangklip and Cape Peninsula located in the southwest of South Africa. The bay is 30 km/18.7 mi wide, offering a Mediterranean climate with warm, dry summers and wet, damp winters. The east and western shores of the bay are rocky and mountainous with visible peaks rising from the waters, while the northern side comprises a long, curving beach.

One of the main attractions at False Bay is the Table Mountain which is at 20 km/12 mi across the bay. Abseiling at this mountain is a thrilling experience you will never want to miss!!!

Test your adrenaline and achieve a descent of 112 m/367 ft (considered the highest abseil point in the world) on the magnificent mountain while on a height of 1000 m/3280 ft above sea level.

The drop is characterized by vertical cliffs made of hard-wearing sandstone rock. To start this memorable rush experience, you need to get to the top of the mountain either by a cable car or hiking!!!