Compare Cheap Flights to Cape Town, South Africa
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Best Things To Do on Weekends
For nature lovers looking for flights to Cape Town, there’s an endless list of things to do on the weekends. Only minutes from the city centre are dozens of hiking trails that weave around Table Mountain National Park. Some of the most popular hikes in the area are Lion's Head, Pipe Track and Platteklip Gorge.
Have brunch at the local markets
Foodies booking flights to Cape Town will have dozens of markets, restaurants and cafes to explore. One of the best places to grab brunch on the weekend is at the Neighbourhood Goods Market in Woodstock. It's full of stalls serving up delicious fare with everything from traditional South African foods to mouth-watering desserts and freshly-made juices.
Visit Camps Bay
No matter if you're searching for flights to Cape Town in the summer or winter, you'll want to carve out some time in your itinerary for Camps Bay. It's a beautiful neighbourhood on the Atlantic Seaboard and boasts one of the city's most beautiful beaches. If it's too windy for a walk along the beachfront, head to the nearby Cafe Caprice for cocktails and something to eat.
Public Transport and How to Get Around
The best way to get around Cape Town is with Uber. After your flights to Cape Town land at Cape Town International Airport (CPT), you can log onto the free WiFi to request a ride. With most of the city's attractions close to one another, Uber is a safe, reliable and inexpensive way to get you to and from your accommodation.
The MyCiti bus service is a cheap way to get from Cape Town International Airport (CPT) and around the city centre once your flights to Cape Town have landed. You'll need to buy a card from one of the stations and top it up with funds. One thing to keep in mind is that the buses aren't always operating or on time. Only use this option if you aren't on a time crunch.
If you want to get to places like Simon's Town, Kalk Bay or St James, you can take one of the trains from the city to the outlying suburbs. While it is an affordable option, it's once again not a reliable service is often delayed or not in operation.
Hiring a car is a great way to see Cape Town on your own terms. Once you've booked your return flights to Cape Town with Webjet, you can add on a car rental or choose from what's available when you land at Cape Town International Airport (CPT). Keep in mind that petrol is expensive in the city and you'll want to avoid travelling in and out of the city centre during peak traffic.
Cafes and Restaurants
Vegans booking flights to Cape Town won't go hungry. The city is known for being the vegan capital of South Africa, and there are plenty of plant-based restaurants. One of the most popular eateries is Plant Cafe. Located in the city centre, you can try classic South African dishes like milktart as well as comfort food favourite, mac and cheese.
Honest Chocolate is a small eatery on Wale Street. It's where you'll find a delicious assortment of chocolate treats and drinks. There are vegan options, and if you're a fan of gin, there's a secret gin bar at the back of the cafe.
The Test Kitchen is a fine dining experience that should be at the top of every foodie's bucket list for Cape Town. It's won multiple awards throughout the years and holds the title for best restaurant in Africa. The restaurant is booked up months in advance, so you'll need to make a reservation as soon as you've confirmed your flights to Cape Town.
The Best Time to Visit on Flights to Cape Town
The best time to visit Cape Town all depends on what you want to do. If you're booking flights to Cape Town to tackle the city's many hiking trails, plan your trip between April and June. The days are cool and dry, making it perfect conditions for full-day and multi-day treks through the national park.
For budget travellers, book your tickets to Cape Town during the city's two shoulder seasons. From March to April and September to November, you'll have an easier time finding cheap flights to Cape Town. However, you'll need to plan around the school and public holidays that fall over those months. If you're a nature lover, visit Cape Town in the winter months.
From July to September, the southern right whales migrate down the city's coastline, and West Coast National Park is full of blooming wildflowers. The colder months aren't that popular, so it's another great time for travellers looking for cheap flights to Cape Town. The busiest time of year for the city is the summer months. From December to February, prices increase for airfare to Cape Town, and you'll need to book your accommodation months in advance.