You can do a week in Cape Town for under £270
Looking to skip the cold English winter for the sunny and warm Cape Town summer? Here’s how you can spend one week in the Mother City from just £259, based on a week in Cape Town from 1-7 December 2017.
Car hire in Cape Town from £16 per day
According to Drive South Africa, you can hire a Chevrolet Spark Lite from £16 per day.
The most popular vehicle choice, a Volkswagen Polo Hatch goes for £21 per day for 7 days.
If you’re looking for a 4×4 to explore Cape Town’s wealth of breathtaking self-drive routes, you can get a Toyota Hilux Double Cab Unequipped 4×4 from £38 per day for 7 days.
Based on price estimations given by Drive South Africa on 10 March 2017. Prices are subject to change.
Accommodation in Cape Town from £21 per night for two
A stay in Cape Town won’t cost you an arm and a leg. According to TravelGround, from £21 per night for two people, you can stay at the Never@home Cape Town, a backpackers lodge located in Greenpoint.
Greenpoint is an excellent location with which to explore the Cape Town city center and its surrounding attractions such as Table Mountain, Camps Bay, Clifton and the eclectic Long Street, Cape Town’s nightlife capital.
If you’re looking to take advantage of Cape Town’s sun-kissed beaches, a stay at the Ocean Breeze Hotel in Strand goes for £71 per night for two people.
The Ocean Breeze Hotel is located 10 minutes away from the Cape Winelands Valley, 20 minutes from Cape Town International Airport, 30 minutes from the Victoria and Alfred Waterfront.
Based on price estimations given by TravelGround on 10 March 2017. Prices are subject to change.
What to do in Cape Town
Have we inspired you to visit Cape Town in December? To get you even more excited, here are some of the top things to do in the southernmost city on the African continent.
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