TRAVEL & TOURISM INFORMATION

Cape Town is a top global travel destination with excellent tourism infrastructure, outstanding attractions and a wealth of natural splendour.  Visiting the Cape Town Carnival presents you with a wonderful opportunity to lose your heart to Africa’s most captivating and beautiful city. For full details of what to do in the city or further afield, visit the official Cape Town Tourism website. Click here to see where the Cape Town airport is.

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HOW TO GET TO CAPE TOWN

Cape Town International Airport has won numerous global awards as Africa’s top airport. Most major airlines fly in directly or via connections with Johannesburg’s Oliver Tambo International Airport. The airport is situated 20 kilometers from Cape Town’s City Centre, and road transfers can be easily arranged. Visitors may choose to hire cars or make use of registered taxi services. Include a link to google maps for airport.

WHERE TO STAY IN CAPE TOWN

Cape Town offers a wide variety of high-quality accommodation from large and outstanding 5-star boutique establishments through to mid-tier hotels and guesthouses, self-catering, B&B and budget accommodation.

If you're heading down to the Mother City for the Cape Town Carnival, take advantage of the Cape Town Carnival Official Hotel Partner - TSOGO SUN HOTEL’S accommodation packages and allow them to handle the logistics so that you can concentrate on the celebrations in store without any worries. Tsogo Sun hotels will make your trip an exceptionally comfortable one.

EXPLORING CAPE TOWN

You will find yourself spoilt for choice during your stay in Cape Town! The city boasts a wide array of attractions and activities such as:

Cable car rides to the summit of the iconic Table Mountain, a new 7Wonder of Nature.

Hiking, running and mountain-biking opportunities within the Table Mountain National Park.

Pristine white-sand beaches to relax on such as Clifton, Camps Bay and Llandudno.

Historic and cultural attractions in the city centre including the Bo-Kaap, District Six Museum and the Company Gardens.

Sea-kayaking, diving, surfing, paddle-skiing, shark cage-diving and dune-boarding.

World-class wine-tasting and fine dining experiences in the Cape Winelands.

V&A Waterfront with its abundance of shops, markets, restaurants and cafes, as well as the Two Oceans Aquarium, cinemas, boat rides and yacht cruises.

The majestic Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens to explore.

Memorable tours of the spectacular Cape Peninsula and Cape Point National Park.

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