CAPE TOWN TOURS
Cape Town, the oldest city in South Africa and affectionately referred to as the Mother City, has been cited as one of the top 10 holiday destinations in the world on numerous occasions. With a melting pot of cultures, extraordinary marine life, and an exquisite backdrop of sparkling waters and towering mountains, visitors find themselves drawn to this special spot situated on the African map.
Cape Town offers a wide variety of attractions and hosts many visitors, throughout the year, from all over the world. Table Mountain, Chapman's Peak Drive, Kirstenbosch Gardens and Cape Point Nature Reserve are just some of the points of interest worth exploring when you are here. Spring (September/ October/ November) and Autumn (March/April/May) are good times to visit as temperatures are warm and it is outside of the peak tourist season.
Cape Town City Tour
Cape Winelands & Garden Route
Kagga Kamma Nature Reserve
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CAPE TOWN FAQS
When is the best time to visit Cape Town?
Cape Town’s moderate Mediterranean climate makes it a good location to visit throughout the year. The best time to visit Cape Town is during peak season November to February when the weather is hot and dry, a great time for all activities and to enjoy the beautiful beaches such as Clifton and Camps Bay. For those who prefer the quieter period April is a lovely month with more temperate weather. At this time there will be more local tourists and certain attractions like Boulders Beach and Cape Point will be busy but not as many visitors as in peak season. April is Cape Towns best kept secret. If you are looking for a more affordable visit to Cape Town then the quieter winter months of March to September are best.
Which Airport do I fly to when visiting Cape Town?
Cape Town International Airport
What are the top attractions in Cape Town?
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
Cape Point Nature Reserve
The African Penguins of Boulders Beach
Chapman’s Peak Drive
The Cape Winelands
What is the cost of eating/dining out?
With a wide selection of unique cuisines, Cape Town offers some of the best dining experiences on the continent. Expect to pay anything from R100 for a takeaway, R150-R200 for a meal out, and R500 or more for a decadent dinner with a view. The same goes for alcohol with some of the best wines in the country being produced in the Cape’s very own Franschhoek Valley, also referred to as the ‘Food and Wine Capital of South Africa’. Good quality wine ranges from R100 – R500 a bottle.
Is Cape Town Safe?
Cape Town is safe if you follow the rules:
Do not accept help from strangers when getting cash from an ATM, rather go into a bank if you are needing assistance.
Keep your passport with you, or in the safe at your hotel, and make sure you have a certified copy of it should you misplace it.
Do not go into remote or unknown areas unless you know for sure that it is safe to do so.
Do not leave valuable possessions lying around in your vehicle.
Always use a trusted operator for transport.
Do not walk around late at night