My parents lived in Mozambique for 5 years. While Mozambique is quite flat, when we visited them, we had the opportunity of crossing into South Africa, which has impressive mountains. Here are some pictures we took.
This is Table Mountain. It borders the city of Cape Town. Cape Town is enclaved between the Atlantic Ocean to the north and Table Mountain to the south. Its name comes from its distinctive flat top. The little protrusion that you can see on the top-right of the plateau is the aerial cableway station that you can also see below.
And here’s the view from the top of Table Mountain. On the left, you can see Lion’s Head, another mountain that borders Cape Town and that extends into Signal Hill in the center of the picture.
These are the Twelve Apostles, a mountain range a little to the south of Cape Town. Despite its name, it actually comprises 18 peaks, but I couldn’t get them all in the frame.