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Table Mountain National Park is open under alert level 3

Dust off your hiking boots and head for the hills

On Saturday, 30 May Minister of Tourism Kubayi-Ngubane announced that some parts of the tourism sector would open up, including hiking trails and game drives. That means hiking is back on the cards for Capetonians under alert level 3.  Before you dust off your boots and pack the car here's what you need to know. 

TABLE MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK IS OPEN
Table Mountain National Park is huge, and most of it is open as of 1 June. There are a few exceptions: Boulders Beach, Cape Point, Silvermine Gate 1 and 2, Upper Tokai, and all picnic sites will remain closed. 

However, some favourites are open and ready to welcome hikers. These include Newlands Forest, Lion's Head, Tokai Forest, as well as the Table Mountain hikes we know and love. 

HIKING IS ALLOWED, BUT NO GROUPS
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