Come see the orchids of Table Mountain!
Aside from our standard adventure hikes we also offer specialist botanical hikes with guides who are passionate about the topic and knows all the best hidden flower spots.
Table Mountain, situated in one of the recognised floral kingdoms in the world, offers for you an amazing day out exploring flowers and botanical life, while enjoying spectacular views and glorious fresh, clean air. An unforgettable experience set in the unspoilt beauty of the Western Cape
We specialise in orchids and our expert guide will be able to take you off the beaten track to explore the seldom visited parts of Table Mountain where these beauties hide.
As the botanical hikes are specialist tours group size is limited to 6 persons per trip and only available on advanced booking as it requires a specialist guide.
Table Mountain full-day hikes
1 Person: ZAR 1890.00
2 Persons: ZAR 1395.00 per person
3+ Persons: ZAR 1090 per person
Full day only
Groups of 6 or more... contact us
Guide and equipment
Public liability insurance
Cape Town City area transport if required
Meals or accommodation
Cable car fees (if required)
Personal, medical or rescue insurance
“I had a great time going on the Botanical Tour of Table Mountain, it was one of the highlights of my stay in Cape Town! We walked up the mountain (cable car was not running due to high winds) and it was worth all the effort of the walk up, as the guide stopped regularly on the way up to show me many of the special plants that can only be found on Table Mountain. One of the highlights were seeing and looking out for the tiny wild orchids which are at specific locations and difficult to see and find. It was mind-blowing to see them. I would totally recommend going on the Botanical tour because you 1) get to hike Table Mountain with a guide and see all the great views over the city and the peninsula and 2) you get to really appreciate the wonder of Table Mountain and the flora that is *unique* on this planet. There is no comparison to seeing these plants in the wild, have them pointed out to you, explained their speciality and significance, it makes you appreciate Cape Town and this part of world even more (more than just enjoying the magnificent views)!”
Ms Jennifer Muller (January 2015)