How to plan a Cape Town Tour

The city of Cape Town, and its glorious surrounds, are a mixture of incredible outdoor attractions and all sorts of exciting urban sightings. It is hard to be bored for a moment when you are travelling around Cape Town, but when it comes to planning the ultimate Cape Town tour, you will want to make sure that your planning includes all of the basic elements of a memorable trip as well as some extras to ensure that your time in the city is time well spent.

It is quite easy to see why Cape Town has fast become one of the most popular places to visit among the travelling community. You can have any kind of holiday you like when you are planning a trip to the city. You can choose to have a laid back holiday where you spend more of your time enjoying the peace and quiet of your luxury accommodation and its settings, or you can plan an action-packed getaway that includes stops at some of the best attractions as well as trips to the beach and other nearby natural places, like South Africa’s national parks.

When you are planning your Cape Town tour, there are some things that you need to consider, if you want to make sure that your trip goes smoothly. So when you start your planning process, here’s what you should keep in mind.


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  1. The weather has a mind of its own

You never quite know what the weather is going to do on any given day. Sometimes the day starts out warm, sunny and just wonderful, and by midday, the clouds roll in and the rain starts pouring down, with the temperature suddenly taking a dive. Because the weather is just so unpredictable, you need to pack for all seasons, especially if your trip is between June and August.

  1. Plan a cheap budget

For the international traveller, Cape Town might initially look like it is going to be a cheap destination, but not everything is always so cheap. You can negotiate your prices sometimes, and other times the exchange rate can either be for you or against you. You should always try to plan within your budget so that you don’t accidentally overspend.

  1. Make your trip personal

A personalised holiday is always going to be the best solution because it will allow you to see what you actually want to see, as opposed to having to go with a tourist designed holiday package that just takes you to those popular places. While there is nothing wrong with a pre-planned Cape Town tour, it helps to find one that will let you personalise it.

  1. Book everything beforehand

From your transport to the attractions you hope to see, book as much as you can before you arrive in the city for your Cape Town tour. Your entire holiday is going to be a lot more relaxing and you won’t have to worry too much about logistics, leaving you with ample time to see and enjoy everything that attracted you to the city in the first place.



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