Cableway’s Wonder Women: Top activities to enjoy at the Cableway suggested by our management ladies

Cableway’s Wonder Women: Top activities to enjoy at the Cableway suggested by our management ladies

As we continue to celebrate the Cableway’s Wonder Women this Women’s Month, we turn to our majority female management team for their selection of top activities you can enjoy at the summit of Table Mountain:

Wahida Parker, MD:

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Wahida Parker, the Cableway's MD. Image credit: Gary Hirson

Anyone who visits Table Mountain should experience the sunset from the WiFi Lounge and marvel at Cape Town as the lights go on.

Rianda Williams, Sales and Merchandising Manager:

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Rianda Williams, the Cableway's Sales and Merchandising Manager. Image credit: Gary Hirson

I recommend re-creating the famous Titanic moment on one of the wooden viewing decks, and signing up for an early morning yoga session on the mountain.

Selma Hercules, Finance Manager:

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Selma Hercules, the Cableway's Finance Manager. Image credit: Gary Hirson

A must do activity for families is partaking in the Kidz Season info search, which can be found in the activity books. It keeps kids entertained as they look for clues all over the top station, and allows the adults to take in the scenery and learn a thing or two about the history of the Western Cape.

Tasneem Rajie, HR Manager:

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Tasneem Rajie, the Cableway's HR Manager. Image credit: Gary Hirson

I absolutely love the fact that I can make the top of Table Mountain my office! The WiFi Lounge provides super-fast connectivity and the beautiful surroundings provide plenty of inspiration.

Collette van Aswegen, Marketing Manager:

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Collette van Aswegen, the Cableway's Marketing Manager. Image credit: Gary Hirson

I suggest that anyone shoud listen to the free audio tours. It takes them on a journey of discovery.  Once both tours are completed, they'll have a renewed appreciation for our surroundings.

The future at the Cableway is female! Meet our superheroine event planner Taryn Skuce and our Class in the Clouds programme coordinator Fiona Magobiane.

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