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Travel Information about Cape Town
Capetonians love their mountain and love to tell you the only way to see Cape Town is from the top of Table Mountain. This opinion is skewed by one rather significant fact; most locals have not had the pleasure and privilege of seeing their own city from a helicopter. Helicopter charter travel is ordinarily reserved for the rich, famous and corrupt. Read More..
Cape Town tourism received a massive boost last month when the new James Bond novel was released and it was revealed that the setting for much of the novel was the Mother City. Written by American author Jeffrey Deaver, an avid visitor to Cape Town, the story sees our fearless secret agent undertaking many famous Cape Town tourist activities and indulging in many of the city's. Read More..
Over the last decade and a half the overseas film industry has flooded Cape Town with business and foreign currency. Creating a massive new resource of employment and putting the beautiful mother city on the map. Industries affected by this influx of work range from catering to drivers and every technical department imaginable in between. Read More..
Helicopter charter flights used to be reserved for politicians and celebrities but now thanks to the proliferation of helicopter flights in Cape Town now everyone can enjoy the thrill of taking a helicopter flight over the Mother City. Alternatively the chance of using helicopter charter travel is equally accessible to more than it was before. Read More..
The strengthening rand and astronomical rise in aviation fuel price has made Cape town a less attractive holiday destination to overseas travellers. As holiday makers are opting instead for short haul destinations that offer better value for money there is the risk of seeing a sharp decrease in the number of international visitors. Read More..
The helicopter tour operators in the V&A Waterfront are taking advantage of this desire to see Cape Town in a new way, the V&A being a working harbour has the facilities to allow for several helicopters to be taking off and landing as well as the space for storage. Read More..
Figures released by the Tourism Business Index recently suggest that business in the travel and tourism sector is operating under heavy strain in the second quarter of 2011. Due in large part to a strong rand, rising oil prices having a direct effect on flight cost and the financial crisis which globally affected the demographic most likely to be taking overseas holidays. Read More..
This brief 'hop' gives you the best abbreviated tour. Leave from the V&A Waterfront and fly over the city bowl, the new Green Point Stadium, the famous four beaches of Clifton, the white sands of Camps Bay and the majestic Twelve Apostles before making an about turn back to Cape Town.Details
Continue on from THE HOPPER over the rugged beauty of Llandudno, the ‘Republic of Hout Bay’ and see a magnificent view of Seal Island.Details
This spectacular flight continues on from the ATLANTICO via the impressive Chapman’s Peak and the lagoon-laced stretches of the pristine 6km-long Noordhoek beach. It then turns inland to fly over Sun Valley, before reaching the False Bay coastline and the fishing villages of Fish Hoek and Kalk Bay...Details
The ultimate tour of the Cape Peninsula detours from the THREE BAYS route and continues south via Noordehoek on to Kommetjie and the wild beauty of the remote Scarborough region. From there we fly over the indigenous flora and fauna of the Cape Point Nature Reserve to the spectacular cliffs of Cape Point...Details