South Africa is the adventure capital of the world, its natural beauty and wildlife will leave you amazed! Follow the African drum and gumboot beat the sun, stars and city streets, a bouquet of winning wines, the fresh mountain air or sea. And, most importantly, follow your desire for a personal journey that will change beyond expectations, from here …
There is never a dull moment in the life of the city of South Africa. During the day and night the cities are so warm and vibrant as the people who live there. The cities are very diverse and it would be hard not to find a place to feel at home.
Day 01: Mumbai – Cape Town – Johannesburg
International flights in Johannesburg from Mumbai. Arrive at O R Tambo International Airport in Johannesburg and the domestic terminal to board your connecting flight to Cape Town. Welcome to the “mother city” – Cape Town! On arrival at Cape Town airport, meet and greet with the representative of the airport and transfer to your hotel. Upon arrival at the hotel, check into your hotel. The rest of the day is free at leisure. Overnight at hotel in Cape Town. Read more…
South Africa airports include a number of well-run international airports.
OR Tambo – Johannesburg International Airport
OR Tambo International in Johannesburg South Africa is a user-friendly terminal and caters for the needs of disabled people, with lifts placed in the centre of the terminal for easy wheelchair access. Drop-off facilities are located directly outside the terminal building to ensure easy access for passengers. From OR International, you can take a domestic flight to another South African city or, if you’re staying in Johannesburg – the airport is 24 kilometres from the city centre – it’s a quick drive by hotel shuttle, hired car or taxi to your destination. There is more than enough parking at the Johannesburg International Airport: the multi-storey parking lot has more than 5 000 bays.
Cape Town International Airport
Cape Town International is located 22 kilometres from the city centre and is South Africa’s second-largest airport, there are a range of transport options to get you into the city – from shuttle services, taxis and of course car hire. Cape Town International Airport expects air traffic to more than double in the run up and duration of the 2010 World Cup. Cape Town International Airport won the Skytrax Best Airport in Africa award in 2005, and being named the World Travel Awards’ leading airport in Africa from 2001 through to 2004, only to be overtaken by Johannesburg International in 2005. Read more…