Cape Town Travel Guide

Cape Town Guide

Cape Town Travel Guide

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Whether you are dreaming of a Cape Winelands tour or tracking the African Penguins or simply relaxing on a pristine beach, our Cape Town Travel Guide will help you with how and where to do it.


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Where is Cape Town located?
Cape Town is also known as the mother city, which is the legislative capital of South African Destinations. The city covers an area of 116 square miles (300 square kilometers) from Cape Point to Melkbos and False Bay. Cape Town outgrew its original purpose as the first European outpost at the Castle of Good Hope, becoming the economic and cultural hub of the Cape Colony.
How do I get from the airport to my hotel?
The main airport servicing the city of Cape Town is the Cape Town International Airport(CPT).  This is the second-largest airport in South Africa. The airport is located around 12 ½ miles from the city center of Cape Town.
After reaching the airport, you will be transferred to your hotel by your travel operator. Otherwise, there are a number of transportation options available at the airport including taxis, buses, and rental cars.
What are some popular areas for shopping in Cape Town?
Cape Town is a beautiful city and a perfect place for shopaholics. There are many different Cape Town Shopping experiences and things to shop for in the city. You can easily find anything you want while you travel in the Mother City.
You can go on shopping tours and explore malls, luxury boutiques, waterfronts shop, and bustling marketplaces and pick up items of your choice.
The V&A Waterfront features 150 shops and over 365 different brands and souvenirs, the galleries and designer shops found around Church and Bree Street The Green Point Market offers one of the best flea markets every Sunday.
What is the nightlife like?
Cape Town also known as ‘Tavern of the Seven Seas’ is bursting with restaurants, bars, nightclubs and other nightlife attractions on every corner of the city. The V&A Waterfront is the most happening location in the city in the daytime and at night time you can enjoy the best sunset, great night events with live music and plenty of places to eat and party.
How safe is Cape Town?
Although Cape Town is a safe Place To Visit In South Africa, you have to be aware of something while travelling in Mother City. There are some concerns when it comes to travelling alone in Cape Town. Don’t travel after dark all alone and don’t use expensive jewellery while travelling alone in the city.
Which is the best area to stay in Cape Town?
It really depends on what you are coming to Cape Town for. However, if you are a fun lover, we'd recommend Cape Town Accommodations somewhere near Sea Point, Green Point, Bantry Bay, Clifton, or Camps Bay. All these places are close enough to the city, main tourist attractions, and beaches. Blouberg is suitable for Kite Boarding, Surfing, and Wind Surfing. Muizenberg, Saint James, Simons Town, Kommetjie, and Noordhoek town are beautiful and great for a slow experience and surfing.
What is the nightlife like?
Cape Town, also known as the 'Tavern of the Seven Seas,' is bursting with restaurants, bars, nightclubs, and other nightlife attractions on every corner of the city. The V&A Waterfront is the most happening location in the city, offering great sunset views, live music, and plenty of places to eat and party.
What are the top attractions in Cape Town?
The top attractions in Cape Town include Table Mountain, Robben Island, Cape Point, and Boulders Beach Penguin Colony. For wine lovers, Constantia (Constantia Glen, Groot Constantia, and Klein Constantia), Cape Point Vineyards, and Steenberg Wine Estate would be the top attractions.
How do I get to Table Mountain, and what are the hiking options?
There are tour companies that offer transfers from the hotel to the foot of Table Mountain. You can also request Uber from the hotel to Table Mountain. You can take the MyCiti bus to Table Mountain. Once you are at the foot of Table Mountain, you can buy a ticket at the ticketing office. There is an option for single and return tickets. You can also hike Table Mountain, choosing one of the five hiking routes: Platteklip Gorge trail, Indian Venster trail, Skeleton Gorge trail, Diagonal/Kasteelpoort trail, Maclear’s Beacon trail.
What are the best wine tours and tastings in Cape Winelands?
The most popular Wine Routes in Cape Winelands are Stellenbosch (a family-friendly wine region) and Franschhoek (for a luxury wine and dining experience). Paarl (wine and history) is also recommended. Returning guests can also experience more wine in Wellington, Helderberg, Elgin, and Hermanus, Breedekloof, and Tulbagh.
Is it safe to visit Robben Island, and how can I book tickets?
Robben Island is safe to visit. The departure and ticket office is based in the Waterfront, a tourist destination with security. Everyone boarding the ferry must have a ticket and a valid identity document or passport. Visitors should keep their belongings safe.
What are the best beaches to visit in Cape Town?
Recommended beaches to visit include Clifton Beach, Camps Bay Beach, Kalkbay – St James Beach, Llandudno Beach, Muizenberg Beach, and Bloubergstrand.
Where can I find the best seafood restaurants in Cape Town?
There are plenty of seafood restaurants in Cape Town, ranging from casual takeaways to fine dining experiences. The cuisine is influenced by cultures from around the world.
What are the must-see museums and cultural sites in the city?
Must-see museums and cultural sites in Cape Town include Robben Island Museum, District Six Museum, Iziko South African Museum, Slave Lodge, and The Gold of Africa Museum.
How can I experience the Cape Town nightlife safely?
To experience the Cape Town nightlife safely, visit well-known and established venues, check online reviews, stay in lit and populated areas, use reliable transport, limit alcohol consumption, travel with friends or in groups, and save emergency contact numbers.
Are there any day trips or excursions from Cape Town that are recommended?
Recommended day trips and excursions from Cape Town include visits to Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Constantia Glen, Cape of Good Hope, safari tours, whale watching, cultural experiences, and wine tours.
What are the transportation options within Cape Town, and how reliable are they?
Transportation options within Cape Town include tour guiding companies, government buses like MyCiti, Uber, Bolt, and Indrive services. They are generally reliable, but it's advisable to use reputable services, especially in tourist areas.
What are the best spots for surfing or kiteboarding in Cape Town?
Popular spots for surfing or kiteboarding in Cape Town include Muizenberg, Milnerton Lighthouse, Long Beach, and Llandudno. Each spot offers unique experiences for surfers and kiteboarders of different skill levels.
Are there any guided township tours available, and how can I book them?
Yes, there are guided township tours available within Cape Town. It's advisable to book with professional touring companies for a fully guided experience. Townships are residential areas with both formal and informal settlements. Guided tours ensure safety and provide insights into the communities.
What are the best markets to visit for local crafts and souvenirs?
Recommended markets for local crafts and souvenirs include The Neighbourgoods Market and Kirstenbosch Craft Market. These markets offer a variety of locally produced goods, including arts, woodwork, textiles, pottery, and more.
What are the options for whale watching in Cape Town, and when is the best time?
Whale watching in Cape Town can be done with boat tour companies. The best time for whale watching is from June to September in towns like Knysna to Mossel Bay and from October to November in Hermanus. Whales can also be seen in Cape Town during December.
Are there any special events or festivals happening during my visit to Cape Town?
Special events and festivals in Cape Town can be found on online booking platforms like Quicket, Webtickets, and Computicket. These platforms list upcoming events and activities happening during your visit to the city.
What are the most Instagram-worthy spots in Cape Town?
Instagram-worthy spots in Cape Town include Lion's Head, Table Mountain, V&A Waterfront, Bo Kaap, Camps Bay, Clifton beaches, Chapman's Peak, Cape Point National Park, and Boulders Beach Penguin Colony.
Can I visit nearby islands like Robben Island or Seal Island, and how?
Yes, you can visit Robben Island and Seal Island during your visit to Cape Town. Robben Island tours depart from the Waterfront. You can take a ferry from the Nelson Mandela Gateway. Tours are guided by Robben Island tour guides. Boulders Beach Penguin Colony can be visited by car or through tour companies.
What are the best family-friendly activities and attractions in Cape Town?
Family-friendly activities and attractions in Cape Town include Table Mountain, Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens, Hop on Hop off bus tours, and customized tours with tour guiding companies.
What animals can I expect to see on safari in Kruger National Park?
Kruger National Park is an animal kingdom. Visitors can see a lot of animals including the big five Elephant, Lion, Leopard, Rhino and Buffalo. Other animals that visitors can see are African wild Dogs, Cheetah, Hippos, Giraffes, Zebras, Wildebeest, Various Antelope Species including Impala, Kudu, Bushbuck, Waterbuck and Nyala. There is also a variety of Reptile species and bird species inside Kruger National Park.
What are the best safari lodges or camps to stay in?
There is a variety of Lodges and camp sites in the park. You will need to contact your Tour operator to suggest the best and trusted supplier for you. Just to list a few Sun Destinations, And Beyond and Extraordinary lodges are some of the bests within Kruger National Park.
How do I book a guided safari tour, and what should I bring?
There are two ways that you can do a guided safari inside Kruger. Option one, You can book directly with the tour guiding companies that can assist with a full day tour inside Kruger National Park. Option 2, you can book accommodation with safari Lodges inside Kruger that includes Meals and activities. (game drives or nature walks)
Are there any specific safety precautions I should be aware of while visiting Kruger?
Animals are free to roam the park; they are not limited like the animals in the zoo. You must always stay in the vehicle until you get back to the lodge or outside the park. If you are offered guided walks, do not try to get closer to the animals; stay closer to the tour guide throughout the walk. When driving past or near animals, do not attempt to feed the animals or touch them; remember they are wild animals and can attack anytime. Do not leave your lodge room doors open as some dangerous animals might get inside. Follow the speed limit if you are self-driving. If you are camping, make sure that you are in the campsite before it gets dark. The camp gates are closed at certain times to protect visitors from Wild animals. Be careful where you leave your belongings; theft is common inside the park by people, monkeys, and baboons.
What is the best time of year to visit Kruger National Park for wildlife viewing?
You can visit Kruger National Park both in Dry and Wet season. During the dry season, you will have the best wildlife experience ever. This time of the year animals make their way to the waterholes and rivers to drink water, making it easy to spot them. The vegetation is low, and temperatures are low. The risk of getting malaria is less than during the wet season. Dry season is from May to September. Wet Season is from October to April and this period is mostly enjoyed by visitors who love birdwatching. It's difficult to spot wildlife during the wet season, but you could be lucky during your stay.
How many days should I plan to spend in Kruger to see the highlights?
Kruger National Park is a big Wildlife/Game Reserve National Park. Even guests that have visited more than once have not seen it all. I would advise visitors to spend a minimum of 3 nights inside Kruger National Park. Some Lodges are expensive some are reasonable but the great thing about these lodges they include meals on the day rate and some of them include meals and Game drives. If your budget is too tight and you are brave enough to camp under the African sky, then camping is an option. Kruger National Park has both well-maintained and serviced Campsites and non-serviced campsites.
What are the lesser-known areas of Kruger that are worth exploring?
Malelane – Malelane is in the Southern West Part of Kruger and this portion of the park is Greenery most of the time. Visitors can see Elephants, Crocodiles and Hippos. The best part about visiting this area is that there are fewer crowds and it's making it easier for you to observe the animals without disturbance. Pafuri Gate – Known for Luluvu River and the fever tree forest. This is another part that has fewer visitors making it intimate for the one’s that choose to visit it. It is also the best place for birdwatching. Visitors might see Elephants, Lions, Leopards, Buffaloes, Hippos, Crocodiles, Nyala, Kudu,Waterbuck and 400 bird species including Pel’s Fishing owl, African Fish Eagle
Can I self-drive through Kruger, and what are the regulations?
You can self-drive inside Kruger National Park. Self-driving is the best way to explore the park, especially if you are traveling on a budget; you don’t have to hire or book guided safari tours. When opting for a self-drive you have an option of doing camping inside the park; however, you will need a checklist of all camping gear. Option two, you can stay at some of the lodges and hotels outside Kruger National Park and then self-drive yourself inside Kruger. When you are self-driving, you must always remember to check the Gate Opening and Closing Times; you must follow the speed limit, even if you are driving a 4x4 you must stay on designated roads. Only Park Guides and rangers are allowed to drive off roads. When encountering animals keep a safe distance from them, stay inside the vehicle and do not attempt to touch them or get closer to get the best picture as some may be aggressive such as Elephants and Rhinos. Do not open the vehicle doors, keep them locked all the time, some animals are able to open the doors. Make sure that you have enough supplies for the duration of the tour such as water and fuel.
What birdwatching opportunities are available in Kruger National Park?
Kruger National Park is the best place for bird lovers and Ornithologists. There are some lodges that offer bird watching as an activity or combined with a game drive. There are bird hides inside Kruger National Park where visitors can sit inside and watch as the birds come to the waterhole to drink water. Most of the popular birds to watch when near the river include Egrets, storks, African Fish Eagles, and Herons. If you happen to be inside Kruger from October to April, you might experience bird Migration. Migrants include Cuckoos and Wahlberg’s Eagles.
Are there any community-based or eco-friendly safari experiences in Kruger?
Yes, Kruger National Park has involved the communities to be part of the park. There are community camps inside the park, there are cultural experiences involved, there are Eco Lodges that practice sustainable tourism, some lodges offer guided walking safaris.
What are the park fees for entering Kruger National Park, and how do I pay them?
It's important to check all the information before going to Kruger National Park otherwise you might have unexpected expenses. Booking a lodge inside the park does not guarantee that all services are included. Usually, the lodges only include the following on their rates. - self-catering services only, these meals you are only provided accommodation (food will be at your own account) - Bed and breakfast, this means that you are only offered Accommodation and breakfast in the morning. Visitors will have to make sure they make their arrangements for their lunch, dinners, and activities. - Dinner, bed, and breakfast option, this means that the lodge only provides with Accommodation breakfast and dinner. Visitors must make their arrangements for dinner and activities. - Full board option, this means that Accommodation and all meals with selected beverages are included on the nightly rate. - Full Board Plus, this means that Accommodation, all meals with selected beverages and activities at least 2 game drives per day or 1 game drive plus boat safari offered at the lodge. - Fully inclusive, this is a rare option but available with the most luxurious and expensive lodges with high-end experience. During your stay with these lodges’ transfers (Both Road or charter flight), all meals (world-class cuisine or made by famous chefs), activities, selected beverages or premium beverages, afternoon tea or even a private butler is available at some lodges such as And Beyond Lodges. Its also important to take note of the conservation fees, especially if you are self-driving to the park. The day visitor and the Overnight visitor rates are different and changes every year, they can change without prior notice . There are also vehicle fees that you have to pay when entering the park. As much as we don’t encourage visitors to carry money around, when visiting the Park, it’s the best option to carry cash with you as that would be the best and reliable method of payment. Card is also accepted at the park. All entry fees are charged in South African Rands-ZAR. There are lodges that can invoice visitors in USD. to the park. Credit cards (Visa and Mastercard) are widely accepted at the park's entrance gates, rest camps, and main
Are there any guided walking safaris available, and how do I book them?
There are guided walking safaris within the Kruger National Park. You can contact the tour operators or the lodges directly to book them; however, some lodges only offer activities to the guests staying at their lodge.
Can I see the Big Five in Kruger, and where is the best chance to spot each?
Yes, you can see the big five inside Kruger National Park. The park is a famous big five safari experience for both locals and international visitors. Elephants can be seen mostly in Letaba and Mopani regions. The other best place to look for them is at the waterholes as they travel in herds and would need to drink plenty of water. Leopards like to hide and can be seen in trees, forests, and dense vegetation. Buffaloes are easy to spot in Kruger, they also travel in large herds and are always grazing on grasslands, you can also find them near waterholes in Skukuza, Satara, and Lower Sabie. Rhinoceros are usually spotted near rivers and waterholes in the Southern Park of the Park. The King of the jungle, Lions can be found throughout the park, most of the times you will find them laying down under trees or along riverbanks.
Are there any special events or wildlife migrations to witness in Kruger?
Yes, there are elephants and zebra migrations during the dry season in Kruger National Park, which is from May to September. There is also birding season for visitors who love birdwatching. There are over 500 bird species recorded in Kruger National Park including birds migrating from Europe and other countries. The best time for bird watching season is from November to March.
What are the best places to watch the sunrise and sunset in Kruger?
Getting the best view for Sunset and sunrise depends on which type of Accommodation you choose while staying inside Kruger National Park. There are some of the Lodges that are built on the hilltop giving you the opportunity to view wildlife from your room and enjoy Sunset or sunrise. The Best places that I would recommend for day visitors are Olifants River, Mlondozi Dam, Lake Panic Bird Hide near Skukuza Rest Camp and Mathekenyane Viewpoint.
How do I plan a multi-day hiking or backpacking trip in Kruger?
Planning a hike in Kruger National Park is the same as hiking at other places, except that you need to follow extra precautions. You need to plan accordingly and use a map if needed, you can start by choosing the route or trail that you would like to hike and then do more research on. Find out if the trail is simple, moderate, or difficulty, find out if there are overnight camps on that trail. If there is any booking that needs to be made before getting there. Find out about entry fees and permits, gate times and payment methods. You must find out about wildlife safety protocols. Kruger National Park is a National Park with dangerous animals such as Lions, Leopards, Buffalos and you don’t want to come across a herd of Elephants. Make a list of all the items you will need during your tour. Pack comfortable clothes. Inform the family and friends about your tour and let the emergency team know about the journey. Everyone who has not been to Kruger might think it’s always hot, but when packing your clothes you might need to plan for all types of seasons. Kruger can be very hot, then rain comes and humidity.
Are there any volunteering opportunities or conservation programs in Kruger?
Yes, there are volunteering opportunities and Conservation programs in Kruger National Park. One of the most popular ones is the volunteering SANPARKS honorary Rangers which has activities that protect wildlife, and they have environmental education programs and Community outreach. Conservation Volunteers is focused on Habitat restoration, community engagements, Wildlife monitoring, and Environmental educational. Endangered wildlife trusts this organization is aiming to protect the endangered species.
What are the options for hot air balloon safaris over Kruger National Park?
There are no hot air balloon activities offered inside Kruger National Park. The only place/s you can do a hot air balloon is outside Kruger National Park.
How do I get to Victoria Falls from nearby cities like Livingstone or Harare?
There are several ways to travel between Victoria Falls and other cities or towns such as Livingstone and Harare. Visitors can use the bus, which takes 12 to 14 hours depending on the route and the stops. You can self-drive to Victoria Falls from Harare, you can also use a flight from Harare to Victoria Falls. The flight duration is 1 hour. From Livingstone to Victoria Falls, visitors can travel by road crossing the border into Zimbabwe. You will need to do some research on the visa requirements. The journey by road from Livingstone to Victoria Falls takes 2 hours. You can also fly directly to Victoria Falls Airport. The most common flights are Air Zimbabwe and Proflight Zambia.
What activities are available at Victoria Falls, such as bungee jumping or helicopter tours?
There are several activities that you can do during your stay in Victoria Falls. Helicopter tours are one of them and one of the affordable helicopter flights to do within Southern Africa. Some of the best activities to do in Victoria Falls include white water rafting, Bungee Jumping, Microlight flights, sunset cruises on the Zambezi River, Elephant encounters, Game drives. There are also cultural experiences such as Boma dinner and drumming sessions. Craft markets and village tours.
When is the best time to visit Victoria Falls to see the water at its highest level?
To see the water at its highest level in Victoria Falls, you will have to travel during the rainy season which is from February to May. You must know that when visiting Victoria Falls during the rainy season, you will not be able to do some activities such as the Helicopter flights which might be affected by the reduced visibility due to spray and the mist.
Are there any cultural experiences or local tours available around Victoria Falls?
There are traditional village tours offered in Victoria Falls. These tours give you the opportunity to meet the locals and communicate with them, learn about their traditional way of life. Most of these tours will include crafts and cuisine experience. Some restaurants or safari lodges offer a boma dining experience, during the experience there could be traditional music, dance, and storytelling. You can also do cooking classes and food tastings; you will learn how to prepare local cuisine and connect with the culture. Museums are also the best way to learn about the history and culture of Zimbabwe.
What are the visa requirements for visiting Victoria Falls from neighbouring countries?
When visiting Victoria Falls you will need to obtain a visa upon arrival at the Airport or border post. When visiting for tourism-related reasons you will have a visa for a specified period of stay. The visa fees vary based on your nationality and length of stay. Tourists can also apply online for an e-visa before their trip. When visiting Zambia, you can also obtain the visa upon arrival at the Airport and border post. There is a visa called KAZA visa, which allows you to travel between Zambia and Zimbabwe for multiple times for a certain period. It is only available for certain Nationalities. When entering from Botswana it will depend on your nationality. Some nationalities do not require a visa to enter Zimbabwe for short stays, others might have to get the visa before starting their trip. From Namibia, depending on your nationality you will require to obtain a specific visa. Visiting Victoria Falls from South Africa you will need to research and obtain the required visa based on your nationality and the reason for a visit. I would advise visitors to check the latest information on visa requirements as some of the information provided above may have changed. To avoid disappointments, make sure that your passport is valid for more than 6 months at the time of travel and visa applications.
Can I swim in the Devil's Pool, and how do I book a visit?
Yes, visitors can swim at the Devils pool, but they cannot go without guides. There is a licensed tour company that takes visitors for a guided tour to the devil’s pool. You will need to consult your travel Agency for bookings. The swim is possible during the dry season when water levels are low, this will make it easy to access the pool safely.
What are the best viewpoints for photographing Victoria Falls?
There are several interesting viewpoints in Victoria Falls. On the Zimbabwean side, the main viewpoint gives visitors the opportunity to photograph the falls from a wide angle. Then the Devils Cataract gives the best spot to photograph the cascading water and the gorge landscape. The Victoria Falls Bridge is another spot for photographers. This bridge is historical and offers visitors the best views of the falls. The best time to take pictures is sunset or sunrise time. Other interesting places for photographers are Livingstone Island, Knife Edge Bridge, and the Boiling pot.
What are the options for accommodations near Victoria Falls, and which are the most scenic?
Victoria Falls is a famous tourism destination for both locals and international visitors. The town has different types of accommodation, including self-catering, bed and breakfast, 3-star, 4-star, and 5-star accommodation. Depending on your budget, you have plenty of accommodation to choose from. Most visitors traveling on a budget will opt for camping, self-catering, and 3-star accommodation or town hotels, whereas visitors seeking the luxury experience in a safari destination will opt for safari game lodges, most of which are located near the falls with breathtaking views. The best safari lodges in Victoria Falls for both budget and luxury experiences are Ilala Lodge, Victoria Falls Safari Lodges, Thorn Tree River Lodge, Shongwe Lookout, and The River Club on the Zambian side. If you are planning your trip to Victoria Falls, draft your itinerary and budget, and have an option of bed and breakfast only or fully board services. If you need to be flexible with the activities, then book a hotel in town. If you need guided activities with game drives, then go for a safari lodge.
What are the best ways to experience the Zambezi River, such as boat cruises or rafting trips?
There are different ways to explore the Zambezi River. Visitors can do standard boat cruising, sunset boat cruising, dinner boat cruises, white water rafting, jet boating, and cruise boat river safari experiences. You will need to consult your tour operator based in Zimbabwe for these services on how to book and how they are conducted.
How can I arrange a romantic dinner or sunset cruise at Victoria Falls?
There are tour operators offering dinner and sunset cruises at Victoria Falls. The guests will have to ask their tour operators to book for them. The availability depends on the time of travel and is subject to weather conditions.
What are the options for adrenaline activities like zip-lining or gorge swinging?
Bird watching visitors might have to look at visiting Zambezi National Park, the park has over 400 bird species. You may also take a day trip to Chobe National Park for birdwatching, Chobe has over 450 bird species recorded. Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park has bird’s species including raptors, waterbirds, and kingfishers.
Can I visit nearby national parks or reserves from Victoria Falls, and how?
When planning to visit other National parks nearby Victoria Falls, the first thing you need to do is research the type of Visas you will need to cross the borders too Zambian side and Botswana Side as they offer National Park services for guests staying in Victoria Falls. The National Parks that you can visit are Zambezi National Park, which is inside Zimbabwe, and you do not need a visa if you are already staying at Victoria Falls. The Park offers guided safari walks, guided game drives, boat cruises. You can also book a day tour to Chobe National Park. Tours to Chobe usually include transportation, Lunch, and guided Game drives. Mosi-oa-Tunya National Park is accessed by road, you will have birdwatching, wildlife viewing, walking safaris. You can also visit Hwange National Park; the park is one of the largest and famous in Zimbabwe. You can book with a guiding company or self-drive for a game drive. You will encounter big mammals during the drive such as lions, elephants, and Buffaloes. Victoria Falls National Park gives you the opportunity to observe and enjoy the falls, the wildlife is not internationally attracting but visitors can see monkeys and baboons.
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