Cheap flights to Cape Town
FlySafair offers cheap flights to Cape Town from Johannesburg, Durban, East London and Port Elizabeth. From Johannesburg we fly to Cape Town from both O.R. Tambo International Airport and From Lanseria International Airport. Click here to view our full schedule.
About Cape Town
Cape Town is the second largest city in South Africa, next to Johannesburg, and is highly regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world. Nestled at the foot of the majestic Table Mountain, the Cape Town City Bowl forms the centre of this metropolis and is a vibrant hub of tourist and business activity.
Things to do in Cape Town
The list of things to do in Cape Town is almost endless, especially in the summer when the beautiful beaches are at their best. Fun activities in Cape Town include:
Places to stay in Cape Town
Cape Town offers an incredible array of hotels, lodges and guest houses. While the city is quite large, it’s fairly easy to navigate, and finding central accommodation is never an issue. Click here to find cheap accommodation in Cape Town with our hotel partner, Booking.com.
Getting around Cape Town
Getting around Cape Town is not difficult. Renting a car is advised in order to have full freedom to enjoy the many sites in Cape Town. Customers who book cheap flights to Cape Town with FlySafair are also eligible to get 15% off their car rental by booking with First Car Rental.
If you’re not interested in renting a car, you can also make use of the city’s public transport. The MyCiti Bus service runs from Cape Town International Airport into various parts of the city. There is also a full Uber network available.
Cape Town weather
The summers in Cape Town are beautifully warm. People can expect to hit the beaches from late November all the way through to March and April, with February and March often being the hottest months where temperatures can climb into the high 30s.
Rainy season is in the winter from May through June, and although this is not beaching time, it is still an excellent time to visit the region to enjoy the lush green winelands. Evenings can be cool, but seldom go into the single digits.