Cheap flights to Cape Town
Cape Town is the home to some of the world’s most iconic districts and landmarks, stretches of varied coastline and South Africa’s finest wines. Whether you’re travelling for work, leisure or a little bit of both, use kulula.com to save money with flights to Cape Town.
Better yet, on kulula.com, you can enjoy a quick and easy booking experience with your favourite green airline, avoid queues by checking-in online or use our travel app to manage your booking on the go! And with a flexible flight schedule at your fingertips, you can get the most out of your travel experience by flying at the most convenient time.
from Jo'burg - Cape Town from R589.00 R589.00one way incl. tax
from East London - Cape Town from R591.34 R591.34one way incl. tax
from Port Elizabeth - Cape Town from R867.34 R867.34one way incl. tax
from Jo'burg - Cape Town from R924.84 R924.84one way incl. tax
from Durbs - Cape Town from R936.34 R936.34one way incl. tax
About Cape Town
Dubbed as one of the world’s most beautiful cities, Cape Town is a popular travel destination synonymous with natural beauty and rich cultural heritage. The city lies along the Cape Peninsula beneath the imposing Table Mountain. It is among one of South Africa's three major metropolises, which includes Durban and Johannesburg. And, is just a stone-throw away from the towns of Stellenbosch, Paarl, Franschhoek and Hermanus.
Top 3 Reasons to visit Cape Town
Tick one of the seven natural wonders of the world off your bucket list and experience some breathtaking views of the city by summiting Table Mountain on foot or cableway.
The museum and UNESCO World Heritage site is best known as the prison where Nelson Mandela was incarcerated.
Shop till you drop at the V&A Waterfront, home to the Two Oceans Aquarium, a functioning harbour and a variety of eateries serving international and authentically African cuisine.
Discover the colourful District of Bo-Kaap and learn about the rich culture and heritage of the Cape Malay community.
Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens
The Kirstenbosch Botanical is a UNESCO world heritage site nestled at the foot of Table Mountain. The garden has over 7000 species of indigenous plants to explore, serving as the perfect backdrop for picnics and hikes.
Article Published: Wednesday, 21 April 2021 12:09 PM
Bo Kaap is home to a community with a rich cultural heritage and intriguing history, making it a must-see when in the Mother City.
Getting to Cape Town
Cape Town International airport
Cape Town International Airport is your gateway to the Mother City. As Africa’s third-largest airport with international and domestic terminals, it handles 11 million passengers per year and hosts one of the busiest domestic flight routes in the world- Johannesburg to Cape Town. The airport has received numerous international accolades for its excellent service delivery, boasting a wide range of amenities that include Wi-Fi, conference rooms, shops, restaurants, medical services and banks. The airport is a 20-minute drive to Cape Town CBD (central business district) and provides easy access to popular regions via the N2 highway.
On arrival at the airport
Cape Town International Airport has added additional health and safety procedures and measures upon arrival to protect passengers and staff:
- Temperature screening upon arrival
- Hand sanitisers have been strategically placed throughout the airport to keep hands clean
- Sanitisation and disinfection of trolleys and wheelchairs
- Baggage handlers wear personal protective equipment and baggage is sanitised
- No-touch policy at security points
- COVID-19 monitors are on hand to assist passengers and check if they are adhering to the protocols
Depending on your itinerary, budget and luggage load, you can choose from a variety of transport modes that will safely get you to the city from the airport.
Car hire - Hiring a car will give you the time and flexibility to experience more of Cape Town. If you’re travelling in a group or with family, car rentals may be a safer and budget-friendly option for getting around the city. Rent your car from a trusted service, collect it at the airport and hit the town! Read more.
MyCiti Bus - Cape Town’s public bus service provides scheduled and affordable transport around the Mother City with the convenience of not having to worry about traffic and parking. To get to Cape Town using MyCiti, find the MyCiti bus station in front of the main airport terminal, load the desired amount of money onto the MyConnect card for a cashless payment experience and you’re good to go to the city centre. If you’re connecting to other parts of Cape Town, you can transfer seamlessly to another MyCiti route to reach your destination. Read more.
Taxis - From e-hailing services like Uber and Taxify to meter taxis, this mode of transport comes with the flexibility of experiencing more places without being behind the wheel. Find a taxi at the airport or download an Uber or Taxify app to request their services. Read more.
Airport shuttle services - These modes of transport come with the benefit of comfort and convenience, taking you directly to your destination from the airport. Some shuttle services are complimentary others come at a fee. If you’re staying at a hotel, inquire whether there are complimentary shuttle services to and from the airport, as well as to other locations. Read more.
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