Cape Town
Cape Town

Cape Town

Also Known as "The Mother City of South Africa"

Voted as the top tourist destination in the world. Beautiful beyond measure and a place of many and varied activities.
You could climb Table Mountain in the morning, surf in the afternoon and have a great meal at a Michellin star restaurant in the evening.
The next day follow the highway around Cape Point over beautiful Chapmans peak to the Cape of Good Hope Nature Reserve. Stop off at boulders beach to see the penguin colony on the way home in the afternoon and perhaps take a late lunch at one of the magnificent historic wine estates such as Groot Contantia.
A trip to the winelands for a wine tasting and food pairing is a must and so is a trip to the historic Robben Island where the great leaders of the country including Nelson Mandela were incarcerated. This is a few of the many exciting things Cape Town has to offer. The mother city is looking forward to welcoming you.

Cape Town Sun Bird Destinations
  1. Robben Island Explore

    This notorious ISLAND is a World Heritage Site and is best known as the location of Nelson Mandela’s incarceration for almost 18 years. It lies 11 kilometers off the mainland. Tours depart from the Clock Tower precinct every hour between 09h00 and 15h00 (subject to seasonal change and weather conditions). Ex-political prisoners conduct the tours around Robben Island and through the prison. The return cruise to Table Bay affords breath-taking views of Table Mountain and the city skyline.

  2. The Cape Winelands Explore

    Based in the main to the north of Cape Town and in the districts of Stellenbosch, Franchoek and Paarl you will discover great beauty and awe inspiring mountain panoramas. Centuries of tradition in the tranquil surrounds of the Cape Winelands, just 25 minutes from Cape Town by road. Taste wines from exclusive wine estates, of international calibre. Enjoy delicious Michellin rated cuisine paired with carefully selected wines at a choice of sophisticated estate restaurants, or simply relax on the lush lawns, beneath the shade of the old oak trees, with a delicious South African picnic.

  3. Table Mountain Explore

    There are many ways of approaching Table Mountain. Hikes can be organised from Kirstenboch gardens or one can ascend by cable car. Either method is a breath-taking introduction to Cape Town. A mountain trail on the summit is easy to explore.

  4. The Cape Peninsula Explore

    The most beautiful cape of them all. Voted the best place in the world to visit by leading American newspapers. As you leave the city going around Green point, then Sea point, Clifton and Bantry Bay you begin to marvel at the splendour... Hout bay island, Chapman’s Peak scenic drive, the Cape of Good Hope (the most south western tip of Africa), Cape Point’s old lighthouse viewpoint, the African Penguin Colony at Boulders Beach, centuries old Wine Estates and Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens.

  5. Garden Route Explore

    Is a popular stretch of coastline stretching from George in the South East of the country to Port Elisabeth further North. It goes through some of the most beautiful countryside that Southern Africa has to offer and visits a number of small coastal towns as well as the larger tourist hubs of Knysna and Plettenburg bay.

    The beautiful Tsitsikamma mountains are a backdrop to lush indigenous yellow wood forests, wetlands, lagoons and some truly amazing horse shoe shaped bays and untouched beaches. The sea is warm and blue and swimming and surfing are major sports. The people here are hospitable and the towns colloquial and charming.

    There is a popular train route along the coast that can be used to take in these attractions. For adrenaline junkies there is the highest bungy jump in the world here off of storms river bridge and there is a well known and used zip lining expedition through the forests.

    Renowned as having one of the world’s most favourable climates, the Garden Route is a popular stretch of coastline along the south-eastern shores of South Africa. As colourful as a storybook, the region takes its name from the richly diverse flora flourishing for some 150 kilometers, shoulder to shoulder between the mountains and the sea.

    Highlights:

    • Eating Oysters in Knysna accompanied but a fine bottle of chardonnay
    • Walking down Kuerbooms beach tracking dolphins at play in the waves
    • Watching an international polo game at Keurlands whilst sipping champagne

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Robben Island

Where Nelson Mandela was Incarcerated for 27 years

Various Venues in Cape Town

Below are some of the venues avaliable for Conferences, Incentives and Leisure travel.

Table Bay Hotel

The Table Bay offers the ultimate in 5-star luxury hotel accommodation in Cape Town. One of the Leading Hotels of the World, this sophisticated Sun International property was opened in May 1997 by iconic former South African president, Nelson Mandela. As part of the Sunlux Collection, The Table Bay continues to set its own standards in international service, cuisine and luxury.
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Mount Nelson Hotel

Mount Nelson Hotel has long been regarded as one of the city’s top five star hotels. Whether dining on exotic Cape cuisine, soaking up the sun on any of the stunning beaches nearby or getting ready to stroll down fashionable Kloof Street, guests have the ideal central base from which to discover this exhilarating city.
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Westin Hotel

Overlooking the harbour, this sleek hotel is linked to the Cape Town International Convention Centre.
Slick rooms feature floor-to-ceiling windows with city, mountain or sea views, custom beds, and bathrooms (glass doors) with heated floors and soaking tubs. All have Internet access and flat-screens. Upgraded and club rooms offer free WiFi, and lounge access with breakfast and snacks, as do suites. Corner suites add lounges; a penthouse has a Jacuzzi and butler service.
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Cape Conference Centre

A multi-purpose conference and exhibition centre in the hub of Cape Town’s business and entertainment centre, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) combines the impassioned dedication of its capable personnel with an extensive range of premium venues, services and facilities. We create captivating experiences that sees hosts and their guests returning year after year.
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Cape Town has a Mediterranean style climate, with warm summers and mild, quite wet winters. With the surrounding mountains, Cape Town has many microclimates, and some parts of the city receive dramatically more rainfall than others.

In December, January and February you can expect day time highs of 27°C (80.6°F)

Temperatures drop to the mid teens overnight, which can feel a bit chilly, so take a shawl or a cover up.

September and October generally temperatures hover at a comfortable 20°C (68°F) during the day and chilly at night

Winter in Cape Town is never particularly cold and temperatures hover around 20°C (68°F), but June, July and August are some of the wettest and windiest months in Cape Town

Your passport must be valid for at least 30 days beyond the period of intended stay. An onward or return ticket is required, as well as sufficient funds and documents needed for further travel. Note that visitors to South Africa must have at least three blank (unstamped) pages in their passport, each time entry is sought; these pages are in addition to the endorsement/amendment pages at the back of the passport.

Countries exempt from South African visas

Countries subject to South African visa fees

Travellers arriving in South Africa from infected areas require a yellow fever vaccination certificate; otherwise no vaccination is required. There is a malaria risk in the following areas; low-lying areas of the Northern Province and Mpumalanga (including the Kruger National Park) and north-eastern KwaZulu-Natal, and precautions are advised when travelling to these areas. Tap water is safe in urban areas but bottled water is advisable elsewhere. Medical facilities in South Africa are very good, but medical insurance is strongly advised as private hospitals expect payment up front and public hospitals are best avoided.

Drive on the left and give way to traffic approaching from the right. The general speed limit is 120km/h on open roads and 60km/h in urban areas. Public transportation is available by taxi, busses in some areas and UBER.

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