CSI projects

Eldery members of the Iliso Care Society visit Table Mountain

Teens from Izandla Zethemba enjoying their trip to Table Mountain

Residents of Rehoboth Age Exchange and GH Starck homes for the aged in Hanover Park

The Cableway aims to provide access to Table Mountain to all South Africans. Requests for complimentary and concession tickets are considered from registered NGOs, NPOs and community organisations.

More than 3.7-million people live in Cape Town, surrounded by some of the world’s most beautiful mountains and scenery. But many of the city’s residents have not had one of the greatest experiences in the world: a trip up Table Mountain, one of the world’s New7Wonders of Nature, in the cable car.

Our goal is to provide access to the mountain to as many underprivileged communities as possible. Every year thousands of people are treated to a trip in the cable car, compliments of the Cableway’s corporate social investment (CSI) programme, one of the key pillars of responsible tourism. In 2016/2017, 106 organisations participated in our CSI programme.

We encourage registered NGOs, NPOs and community organisations to apply for complimentary and concession tickets for the Cableway. Due to high visitor numbers, CSI tickets are not issued between December and January, nor over the Easter period.

Please include the following information on the application:

  • An official letterhead
  • The proposed date of your visit
  • How many tickets will be required
  • For BEE certificate purposes, we require the designation group (i.e. black, coloured, Indian or white) for all CSI tickets we issue

Email your application to csi@tablemountain.net