Welcome to the Cape Town Tourism website, where you will see that Cape Town is a great city to visit, to live in, to work in, to play in and to invest in and why it's one of the World's 10 Most Loved Cities according to CNNGo.
Cape Town is less than 20 hours from New York, with just one stop required in Johannesburg if you fly with South African Airways. From Atlanta, you can fly directly to Johannesburg with Delta Airlines.
From other cities in the United States, you can fly to Cape Town via London with American Airlines or with British Airways.
Accommodation in Cape Town ranges from backpacker establishments (from around $15 per person per night) to some of the world’s finest five star establishments (generally from around $400 per room per night).
United States travelers visiting South Africa for less than 90 days do not require a visa.
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“We will need your left shoe please sir, we can’t have you running off with our glass…”
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