Bloemfontein, "the city of roses", is the capital of the Free State and its cultural and economic heart. Bloemfontein is the judicial capital of South Africa and is the 6th biggest city in South Africa. Here are some of the best attractions:
Animal lovers will be in paradise at Bagamoya Wildlife Estate. Approximately thirty kilometers from Bloemfontein, this wildlife park permits visitors to interact with big cats under high level supervision of expert staff who love to share their passion for these powerful creatures. Depending on the animal in residence at the time, guests can bottle-feed tiger and lion cubs, pat cheetah, and even help feed the adult lions.
In a Cape Dutch house, the Oliewenhuis Art Gallery is name after the wild olive trees on the neighboring hills. The gallery is a satellite of the national museum in Bloemfontein, and its real collection targeted exclusively on South African art, ranging from the old masters to contemporary sculpture and paintings. Artists contain Pieter Wenning, Thomas Baines, Evocative temporary exhibitions and Willem Coetzer are displayed in an underground reservoir.
Snuggled in a calm valley between dolerite dock outcrops, the Free State National Botanical Garden immerses guests in natural landscapes of grasslands, indigenous forest, sculptural wild olive and karee trees.
The distance of Bloemfontein flights from Cape Town is 907 kilometers.
The common Cape Town to Bloemfontein flight time is an hour and thirty minutes.
There are twenty-one Cape Town to Bloemfontein direct flight.
South African Airways offers fifty-two percent of the non-stop flights between Bloemfontein and Cape Town.
You can expect to view seven flights from Cape Town to Bloemfontein on average per day.
• Early morning - fourteen percent of flight departures
• Morning - fourteen percent of flight departures
• Afternoon - seventy-one percent of flight departures
At present two airlines are currently servicing Bloemfontein from Cape Town direct flights these include SAA, Mango.