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Flights to Cape Town

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Situated at the south-western tip of South Africa and the African continent, it’s the city of Table Mountain, of Robben Island, of the beautiful Kirstenbosch Gardens, and the spectacular Cape Point... But aside from its natural assets, it’s home to colourful characters from a cross-section of cultures and it has a fascinating history.


An active and outdoor lifestyle is part of the Cape Town mindset, and where the elements take centre stage. So whether you’re on it (water-skiing), in it (surfing, swimming) or under it (scuba diving), Cape Town’s ‘blue stuff’ offers endless options for waterbabies, no matter the weather conditions. The oceans are the perfect place to cool off in the hot summer months, while winter surf conditions are perfect for kite-surfing, wind-surfing, board-surfing and even extreme wave surfing. Add to this a range of adrenalin pursuits like paragliding, abseiling, helicopter flips and sky-diving and no season is likely to be spent under the duvet or in the hammock.

Wining & Dining

Cape Town is more than just famous for its restaurants: dining – given the availability of both fresh ingredients and spellbinding settings – is a city pastime. Because the city is smack-bang in the middle of a major wine-growing region, dining really does go together with its often-used rhyme, wining. It offers just about any cuisine you can think of (often for much better value than you’d expected). That being said, the local speciality is, naturally, seafood, so make sure you partake in some local catch. It’s an enduring image of the city: a sunset, a seafood platter and a Chardonnay.

(Original information sourced from South Africa Tourism Dept)

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Return Fares from Heathrow (LHR) to Cape Town (CPT), 20 Jan 2018 to 27 Jan 2018
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20 Jan 20181 stop(Economy)Price from
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27 Jan 20181 stop(Economy)
Via: Nairobi (NBO)  |  Date change: Permitted  |  Min/Max: 6/365  |  Cancellations: Permitted (Check with agent)