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Rates & Entry Fees

Cash-Free Entrance at Cape Point and Boulders

Cape Point and Boulders Gates are a cash-free environment and we only accept payments via debit and credit cards.

Reservations Payments

Table Mountain National Park does not accept cash in the Park for reservations or last-minute changes to reservations, such as adding extra PAX or additional nights. Please make use of the online Quick Payments system to facilitate such payments.

Please Note:

  • The standard rate is automatically applied to all visitors at the gate.
  • If South Africans wish to claim the local rate at the gate, they must indicate this on arrival at the gate.
  • To claim the local rate South Africans must provide Proof of South African ID, South African Divers Licence or South African Passport on arrival. This proof is accepted in original, electronic or certified paper copy.
  • Also accepted to claim the South African rate are Foreign passports which have a valid visa/ permit from home affairs to be in the country inserted onto one of the pages of the passport: •Spousal visa/Work visa/Study visa/Retirement visa/Volunteer visa/Diplomatic visa. Also accepted a certified paper copy thereof or electronic copy.
  • Alternatively proof of permanent residence as issued by home affairs or a certified paper or electronic copy of any of above provided it is copy of the page of the passport indicating who you are and the visa.
  • All South Africans over 18 years old will be required to provide proof of SA ID to qualify for the local rate.
  • Adult rates apply to persons 12 years and older.
  • Child rates apply to persons aged 2-11 years.
  • No refunds will be provided after entry through the gate if the SA rate was not claimed and billed for on arrival.
  • To enter on a Wild Card membership at Table Mountain National Park’s Gates, please present either a paper or electronic copy of your membership letter. The Gates no longer accept plastic Wild Cards as they are now considered obsolete.

Daily Conservation Fees

Boulders

1 November 2023 – 31 October 2024 Adults (12+ years) Children (2 – 11 years)
South African Citizens and Residents R45 R25
SADC Nationals R95 R50
International (non-South African) Citizens R190 R95

Cape Point

1 November 2023 – 31 October 2024 Adults (12+ years) Children (2 – 11 years)
South African Citizens and Residents R100 R50
SADC Nationals R200 R100
International (non-South African) Citizens R400 R200

Newlands

1 November 2023 – 31 October 2024 Adults (12+ years) Children (2 – 11 years)
South African Citizens and Residents R40 R20
SADC Nationals R80 R40
International (non-South African) Citizens R160 R80

Oudekraal

1 November 2023 – 31 October 2024 Adults (12+ years) Children (2 – 11 years)
South African Citizens and Residents R40 R20
SADC Nationals R80 R40
International (non-South African) Citizens R160 R80

Silvermine

1 November 2023 – 31 October 2024 Adults (12+ years) Children (2 – 11 years)
South African Citizens and Residents R40 R20
SADC Nationals R80 R40
International (non-South African) Citizens R160 R80

Tokai Picnic & Braai Area

1 November 2023 – 31 October 2024 Adults (12+ years) Children (2 – 11 years)
South African Citizens and Residents R40 R20
SADC Nationals R80 R40
International (non-South African) Citizens R160 R80

Accommodation Rates


Activities and Other Rates


Community Fund

A community fund of 1% will be added to the cost of all accommodation and activity reservations.