Listed below are answers to F.A.Q’s. from travelers to Cape Town. We will be glad to answer any others you may have.
“Your Unique Africa Experience”
Do I require a travel visa to visit South Africa
Getting to Cape Town
The tap water is safe to drink.
Winter (April to September) Mild to cool days, expect some rain, can get very cold
What to pack?
Seasonal weather changes usually mean light cotton clothes, shorts, bathing costume, jeans, a warm jacket/windbreaker and perhaps something for an evening sipping cocktails. Winter can be rainy – May to August – something waterproof
A shopping paradise with all the well-known brands available at excellent prices. From clothes to curios or a sparkling diamond can be bought in Cape Town.
Africa is all about wildlife and although a full safari will take you out of the city you may encounter a troop of baboons walking down the road in Cape Town, Penguins on a beach and whales along the coast
We drive on the left side of the road, which can take some getting used to if you normally use the right at home. Let us do the driving for you while you enjoy the sites and scenery
Gratuities & Tipping
It is normal to tip between 10% and 20% for meals and services. Many people working in the tourism and hospitality industries rely on tips to support family