Cheap Flights to Cape Town


Flights to Cape Town (CPT)

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Cape town was actually established as a supply station for Dutch East Indies ships that were headed east. Its grips a picturesque place on the South African coast, providing amazing ocean and bay views with Table Mountain as a scenic backdrop. It is considered one of the most famous tourist places in Africa, because of its stunning scenery, mild climate and best tourist facilities. An overview of the best tourist attraction in Cape Town:

Table mountain

Placed within a national park, reaching the height of the table mountain is a wonderful experience, that provides unique,  quick views overlooking the city of Cape Town, Robben Island to the north, and the Atlantic seaboard to the south and west. Peaking at 1,085 meters, the top can simply be reached through an ingenious cableway, and each Rotair car specs revolving floor permitting passengers to enjoy 360-degree views during the trek to the top.

Kirstenbosch national botanical gardens

The garden was established in 1913, is one of the world's best botanical gardens, and was the first to focus on a country's native plants. Kirstenbosch specs not just plants from the Cape area but also from all through southern Africa. The garden is set against a backdrop of table mountain, a fact that provides some pretty remarkable views.

Clifton and camps bay beaches

Cape Town has some of the top city beaches in the world to offer. Clifton beaches is definitely the trendiest of them all and is placed on the west Atlantic side only 10 minutes from the city center. Clifton is actually a series of 4 beaches separated by a stretch of granite boulders. All the beaches have almost real white sand and provide charming views and sunsets.

Victoria and Alfred waterfront

The Victoria & Alfred Waterfront is considered of country's most famous attractions, with its amazing views of the Atlantic Ocean, Table mountain and table bay. Named for the British Queen Victoria and her youngest son Alfred, who tipped the initial stones for the breakwater back in the 1860s, the historic waterfront today improves a big range of restaurants, shops and nightlife.

Other thing to see and do in Cape Town:

• Castle of Good Hope
• Oceans Aquarium
• Long Street
• Cape Town Shopping Mall
• Greenmarket Square
• Cap of good Hope
• Bo-Kaap
• Groot Constantia
• Cape Point Peninsula
• Boulders Beach
• Lion’s Head
• Houses of Parliament
• City Hall
• Cape Town‎ Museums
• Robben Island (Nelson Mandela Prison)

Cheap flights to Cape Town FAQs

Which airlines fly to Cape Town?

As the third business airport in Africa, Cape Town International Airports welcomes plenty of flights to Cape Town direct from big air traffic hubs in Europe, Africa and Asia. Big international airlines servicing the airport include Qatar Airlines, British Airways, South Africa Airways, Turkish Airlines and among others. You can also fly in on a local airline such as Kulula and Mango Airlines.

Which day is the cheapest to fly to Cape Town?

Flights to Cape Town cheap are generally found on when departing on Monday. The departure day with the maximum cost at present is Saturday.

What time of day is affordable to fly?

Cape Town flights at midday are usually the cheapest time of the day to fly. Flights in the morning are generally the most expensive.

What is the affordable time of year to fly to Cape Town?

The affordable time to come to Cape Town is in the middle of June when the temperatures are the icy in the city, and there are few visitors in sight. Cape Town flights and hotel are looking for visitors to fill up their rooms and keep their business running. The lowering demand for Cape Town flight deals in June also decreases the Cape Town tickets price. If you are travelling on a budget, coming to Cape Town in June could pay up huge time. The temperature is not too chill, the highs are still in the early 20s, and the table mountain as forever stunning to hike any time of the year.

When is the excellent time to fly to Cape Town?

Peak season
Cape Town advantages from a mild climate all year-round so with some elasticity and planning in advance you can find cheap flights to Cape Town. November until January are the busiest times of the year making Cape Town flights more expensive. During school holidays cause top prices and a lot more crowds, especially in January and December as this is the South African summer holiday period. flights to Cape Town Pemba and flights to Cape Town Tanzania can be found around Easter if you book in advance, although it is a famous time of year. Cape Town tickets price are more expensive during the weeks leading to the parade so book in advance to keep some money. 

Off-peak season
The best flights to Cape Town time is during the transitional season of spring and autumn.  Because of the mid variation in seasons, Cape Town in the spring or fall experiences balmy weather and wind-free days. Additional, there are less crowds! Several festivals and concerts are scheduled to draw tourists to Cape Town all through the year.