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Average Flying Time12 hours 28 minutes
Airline FlyingBritish Airways, Emirates, KLM, South African Airlines,
Average Flying Kms9634kms
Best Time to TravelJanuary to March, November, December
Time Zone UTC/GMT +2 hours
LanguagesAfrikaans, English, Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Sotho, Swazi, Tswana, Tsonga, Venda, Xhosa, Zulu
Foreign Exchange Rate1.00 GBP = 14.0179 ZAR
Modes of TransportBy foot, By Car, By metered taxi, By minibus, By bus, By Scooter/Cycle, By train
Why Fly to Cape Town
Top 10 Places to Visit
A prominent landmark and a significant attraction, the natural wonder is simply mind-blowing. A great spot among adventure travellers, it is part of the Table Mountain National Park and can make it to the summit to enjoy breathtaking views .
The rocky headland stretching along the Atlantic Ocean, it is one of the most visited places in Cape Town. Admiring the beautiful views of the Cape Peninsula, it also boasts a diverse birdlife.
Home to two of world-renowned landmarks, Table Mountain and Cape of Good Hope, the cable car ride is the best way to witness mind-blowing views for rich nature and unique wildlife.
A popular island getaway, it is in this island the Nobel Laureate and former President of South Africa, Nelson Mandela, was imprisoned. Besides being a notable political imprisoned island, there are several attractions in the island worth a glimpse.
Located in the history heart of the city, it is considered to be among one of the most visited tourist hot spots. Apart from the stunning views of the sea and mountains, it is a popular precinct for shopping and entertainment.
Located within the premises of Victoria & Alfred Waterfront, it features 7 exhibition galleries for the visitors. The most impressive feature is that, the location of the aquarium is the dividing point between Atlantic Ocean and Indian Ocean meets.
Rich with natural beauty, Lion’s Head Mountain is amongst the favourite attraction spot for sightseeing. It is notable for the rich biodiversity of fauna and flora, whilst visitors can also enjoy stunning views of the surrounding.
Popularly known as Lion’s Rump, it is one of the famous landmarks located next to Lion’s Head and Table Mountain. Viewing the Lion’s Head along with Signal Hill, visitors can see a picture of a lion sphinx.
This is the best spot and a popular tourist attraction to witness colonies of African penguins. Commonly known as Boulders Bay, it is a well-known beach to take a plunge to the blue waters and enjoy a good swim.
A memorial built dedicated to English born South African politician Cecil John Rhodes. Designed by Sir Herbert Baker, the memorial is located on Devil’s Peak in Cape Town. The architecture features close resemblance to a Greek Temple of Pergamon.