Spectacular surroundings guaranteed
You can’t miss Table Mountain, the most eye-catching natural wonder just out of town. The iconic landmark offers spectacular views over the Cape of Good Hope. Travel to a nature park and experience a wildlife safari adventure, you might just catch a glimpse of the Big Five. Or sip wine at the famous vineyards in Stellenbosch and Franschhoek. Not in the mood for an active holiday? The city also has plenty of beaches for sunbathing. All this and more makes Cape Town the perfect destination for a city trip and to start a longer holiday in South Africa. Don’t delay: Book a flight to Cape Town now!
Cape Town was a supply port for Dutch vessels heading east during Holland’s Golden Age. Reminders of these times can still be found today, as can echoes of slavery and apartheid. Robben Island, where Mandela was held prisoner, has become a major tourist attraction, while the less-known Slave Lodge is also well worth a visit.
Flights to Cape Town for a unique holiday
Find a cheap flight to Cape Town? With KLM your holiday begins the moment you step onboard. Your journey will fly by with your own entertainment set on intercontinental flights: Free films, games and music. Enjoy our selection of snacks or a tasty dinner and drinks. Add in our many handy extra services (some available for a supplement) and you’ll be in South Africa before you know it.
South Africa is one of the finest destinations in the world for spotting whales. Every year these animals migrate from the cold waters of Antarctica toward the warmer climate of South Africa. In and around Cape Town, there are dozens of locations on the coast where you can admire these graceful beasts, both from dry land and…
Majestic Table Mountain, appointed one of the new seven wonders of the world in 2011, towers high above the skyline of Cape Town. For centuries, the mountain has exercised a magical attraction on people wishing to reach the summit. Of course, this was a much more difficult achievement before the fast cableway was built.
The prison on Robben Island is one of the best known reminders of the African apartheid regime. The island was made world famous by Nelson Mandela, who spent over eighteen years locked up here.
Wide vistas, great depths and a silence broken only by the sound of the ferocious waves breaking on the rocks. The Cape of Good Hope was also called Storm Cape in 1488 by the explorer Bartolomeu Diaz. It doesn’t take much imagination to see why ships got into trouble so often here in the fifteenth century.
Two Oceans Aquarium offers a peek into the lives of two very different seascapes. Cape Town is located where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean meet, creating a unique underwater world and a tremendous diversity of water life. Here are five aquarium highlights.
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Average travel time: 28 hour and 15 min