Cape Town

A visit to Cape Town isn't complete without travelling to the top of Table Mountain. At its peak there's unique flora and fauna, viewpoints and a small gift shop and restaurant. Down at the historic harbour is the pretty Victoria & Alfred Waterfront complex with great shops and restaurants. Other must-see attractions in Cape Town are Robben Island, the penguins of Boulders Beach and the Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden. The Southern Suburbs are Cape Town’s wine-growing region, running along the eastern slopes of Table Mountain. Camps Bay is a hip, happening beach area just 10-15 minutes from the centre of town, making it easily accessible for a quiet afternoon on the sand.

With the time difference of only +1 hour GMT  you can fly overnight from the UK and arrive ready to hit the floor running. Offer subject to availability and can be withdrawn without notice

Things to do...

  •  Beside the obvious attractions take a tour       south to the Cape of Good Hope, and see where the Atlantic and Indian Oceans meet at Cape Point.
  • Take a township tour and learn of the improvements since the release of Nelson Mandela from prison in 1990.
  • Visit District Six Museum and read the tales of 60,000 inhabitants were forced form their homes in the '70's.
  • Take a boat ride from Hout Bay and snorkel with seals

Local Information

  • Best time to visit Cape Town is from October to February for perfect weather conditions, lots of sun and little rain.
  • Direct flying time from the UK is 11 hours and 30 minutes.
  • Time difference is +1 hour GMT 
  • Visas are not required for British Passport holders however two clean pages facing each other must be available


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Tracey Strand