The average summer temperature in Cape Town is 24.3 degrees Celsius, with January and February temperatures averaging 26 degrees Celsius.
A Captonian winter can have all 4 seasons in one day. From sunshine to pouring rain, you’ll experience it all during a good Capetonian winter. The average high temperature during winter is 17 degrees with a minimum temperature of 8 degrees in June, July and August, with heavy rainfall.
Yes! The majority of our tours are full customisable. Only the scheduled tours are not.
There are many amazing places to see views in Cape Town – Table Mountain, Bloubergstrand, Lions Head, Robben Island, Clifton and Camps Bay, Signal Hill, Chapman’s Peak.
A Cape Town safari will allow you to see several amazing animals including the Big Five – African lion, African elephant, Cape buffalo, African leopard, and White/Black rhinoceros.
The Stellenbosch Winelands are just over 50km away from Cape Town city centre. That’s just under an hour drive with no traffic.
Franschhoek is just over 80km away from Cape Town city centre. That’s almost an hour and 30 minutes drive with no traffic.
Townships are small suburbs of the city rife with culture.
Kabura Travel & Tours transfer service is the best way to get you to your hotel.
You can exchange currency at any of the several banks in the city. Alternatively, you can make use of the Forex exchange at the airport.
The summer months are the most popular but any time is a great time to visit Cape Town, as there are many great offerings per season.
Yes! Though you might want to wear a wetsuit as the water temperature can dip as low as 15 degrees Celsius.
At Cape Agulhas – check out the Kabura Travel & Tours Cape Agulhas tours for more info.
It all depends on the time of year you go. Cape Town is a beach city so pack plenty of swimsuits and summer gear in the summer months. Make sure to pack comfy shoes and clothes for safari trips, and pack a light jersey just in case. For the winter months it’s best to pack some warm jackets and your winter hats.