We use cookies to deliver our services. Learn more here. By using our services, you agree to our use of cookies.
OK
modify
Book With confidence

Business class flights to Cape Town

starts from £2192

The below mentioned displayed fares are based on historical data. The fares are subject to change and cannot be guaranteed at the time of booking.

  • logo
    LON London Airports 01 Jan 2019
    CPT Cape Town 30 Jan 2019
    £2,192
  • logo
    MAN Manchester 25 Dec 2018
    CPT Cape Town 21 Jan 2019
    £2,320
  • logo
    LON London Airports 01 Jan 2019
    CPT Cape Town 30 Jan 2019
    £2,404
  • logo
    MAN Manchester 23 Dec 2018
    CPT Cape Town 21 Jan 2019
    £2,469
  • logo
    MAN Manchester 25 Dec 2018
    CPT Cape Town 21 Jan 2019
    £2,624
  • logo
    MAN Manchester 25 Dec 2018
    CPT Cape Town 21 Jan 2019
    £3,460
  • logo
    LON London Airports 01 Jan 2019
    CPT Cape Town 30 Jan 2019
    £3,655
  • logo
    MAN Manchester 25 Dec 2018
    CPT Cape Town 21 Jan 2019
    £3,765
  • logo
    MAN Manchester 23 Dec 2018
    CPT Cape Town 21 Jan 2019
    £4,014
  • logo
    LON London Airports 01 Jan 2019
    CPT Cape Town 30 Jan 2019
    £4,051
  • logo
    MAN Manchester 25 Dec 2018
    CPT Cape Town 21 Jan 2019
    £4,216
  • logo
    MAN Manchester 23 Dec 2018
    CPT Cape Town 21 Jan 2019
    £4,225

Cape Town Business class fares

Useful information about Cape Town

Cape Town, the second most populous city of South Africa after Johannesburg is the quintessential melting pot is a city of creativity, tastes along with amazing sights and sound. While walking on its streets and meeting its people you’ll surely fall in love with its abundance of natural beauty, creativity and incredible spirit of its people. It is a great city to start your South African adventure before exploring the country in more depth. As the first European settlement in South Africa, Cape Town is often affectionately known as “Mother City” is a mix of religions and ethnicities that drive the pulse of city.

Why Go

Christian, Muslim, Hindu and traditional African beliefs co exists in Cape Town making it a multicultural city. It is so naturally blessed that it seems that Mother Nature surpassed herself while crafting the “Mother City”. The city is famous for its beautiful harbour, natural settings in Cape floral Kingdom along with known landmarks such as Table Mountain and Cape Point. On 1st January, Cape Town takes over from Helsinki as World Design Capital for 2014 so there is no better time to visit it. Enjoy a cableway to reach the top of Cape Town which is one of the most recognizable landmarks and is among the new seven Natural Wonders. Don’t miss the journey on the Blue Train, a legendry hotel on rails that takes you on a 27 hour journey across South Africa from Cape Town to Pretoria, a distance of 1600 Kilometers.  On a summer evening don’t miss an opportunity to hike up to Lion’s Head and sit on its peak ,looking down on the city which is situated on the height of 669 meters above the sea level. To enjoy more such experiences just pack your bags and enjoy a great fun-packed holidays.

Best time to visit

The best time to visit Cape Town depends on many things including a person’s interest, exactly where you want to visit, what you want to do or why you are travelling. Cape Town’s hot and dry summers attract lots of travellers. Summer months run from late October to March/April with temperatures reach their peak between December and February. It also happens to be South Africa’s main holiday period. Best time to visit Cape Town is late January to April -the Easter period is particularly nice. The autumn months of April and May have crisp clear days is the perfect time to enjoy hiking on Table Mountain. The months from September onwards is perfect to watch migrating whales that arrives just off the Whale Coast and fields of flowers also brighten up during this period of time.

Major Tourist Attractions

Ocean beaches, vineyards, waterfront, elegant restaurants, glorious Table Mountain and many more, this is just a beginning.  Cape Town the second most populous city in South Africa after Johannesburg has it all. If you are in Cape Town then you just can’t afford to miss a visit to Table Mountain. You can reach this famous icon of city in just five minutes by taking a cable car or can spend your day in hiking.  From top of the Table Mountain enjoy the magnificent views of Cape Town City center surrounded by suburbs and Atlantic Ocean. Landmarks in view include The Cape Town stadium, Robben Island and Camps Bay beach. Don’t forget to enjoy Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden or even further along Silvermine Nature Reserve. The V &A Waterfront is South Africa’s most visited destination attractions millions of visitors from every corner of the world throughout the year. So whether you are looking for shopping, want to dine at one of the best restaurants, visit tourist attractions or to enjoy an evening at city’s historic harbour, you’ll find it all over here. So plan your trip now and catch best deal business class flights to Cape Town and enjoy a great holiday trip.

Festivals and Events

Pick any time of the year in Cape Town and you’re bound to find a host of events whether you are after lip-smacking finest local wines, watch the mesmerizing ballet performance under stars, want to know about rich cultural heritage of this multicultural city, or a head-banging night of metal music, Cape Town has it all for you. Major festivals of city that you must enjoy on your holiday trip include Cape Town Festival, Stellenbosch Wine Festival, Red Bull King of the Air Kite boarding Competition, Lamb of God Concert in Cape Town, Cape Minstrels Carnival, Spier Festival, The Big Walk etc surely leave you thrilled.