Cape Town has a big amount of things to see, but the best and big iconic attractions that remain at the top of visitors are discussed below:
Table mountain is one of the seven wonders of nature, a protected region for over hundred years and home to over 1460 species of fynbos, which is part of the Cape Floral Kingdom - a UNesco World Heritage place. The fastest way up is with the Table Mountain Aerial Cableway, or for more adventurous, there are a big range of hikes to the top.
Robben Island is a UNESCO World Heritage place and one of the most vital historical places in South Africa, if not Africa. A former political prisoner serves as your guide telling amazing stories about the Inland, a popular ex-inmates like Walter Sisulu, Nelson Mandela, and Govan Mbeki.
The affordable way to get from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town is to bus. Bus tickets from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town $20 - $160 and takes 10h 50m.
Definitely, there is a nonstop bus departing from Port Elizabeth. Services depart every 4 hours, and operate every day. The buses from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town takes 10h 50m.
The distance from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town is 663km.
You can book tickets of Translux bus prices from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town, intercape bus prices from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town, depart from Elizabeth Station.
The excellent way to get from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town is to fly which takes 2h 10m and costs $65 - $210. Alternatively, you can get bus tickets from Port Elizabeth to Cape Town costs $20 - $160 and takes 10h 50m.