Special Airport transfer rate 24 hrs before the conference and 24 hours after the conference at R240 pp. Bookings can be made with Robin directly at email@example.com
By Taxi or Coach
Luxury air-conditioned coaches and shuttle buses will move delegates between the airport, hotels, the CTICC and their functions. Metered taxis are also available.
Cape Town station is situated within walking distance of the Westin Grand South Africa Arabella Quays Hotel, and the functional Metro Rail system connects the city centre with the northern suburbs, southern suburbs and Cape Flats.
The new Integrated Rapid Transit (IRT) System offers international visitors a scheduled bus service between the city centre, the airport, and select suburbs in Cape Town.
By consolidating existing rail, bus, minibus and metered taxi services, the IRT will provide an efficient and robust transport network. The first phase of transformative development will focus on offering a safe high-quality bus-based ( Bus Rapid Transit) system that delivers fast, comfortable, and costeffective urban mobility in the city centre with competitive prices. CCTV surveillance cameras and security personnel are available to ensure commuter’s safety and security is prioritised.
Infrastructure is wheelchair friendly. A staggered development will see the completion of the network in 2018, an initiative
that will dramatically improve customer experience.
MyCiTi Bus Service
The MyCiti airport-to-city service runs between the newly completed Cape Town International Airport and the Civic Centre
bus stations via the N2 and Eastern Boulevard. This service will operate between 20 and 24 hours a day at a cost of R57,00
one way. It will depart every six to 30 minutes, depending on demand. The MyCiti inner-city bus service provides convenient
transport to hotels, accommodation nodes, restaurants, entertainment areas, parking areas, and places of interest.
Each journey costs R10,00 and buses depart every 10 to 30 minutes and operate between 20 and 24 hours a day.
This service visits the major attractions around the city and is a convenient way to experience Cape Town’s many varied
attractions. The bright red “Hop-on Hop-off” city sightseeing service comes complete with nine multilingual commentary
channels, plus a “kiddie’s” channel and is an ideal and convenient method of travelling to and viewing the most popular
attractions in and around Cape Town. Tickets can be bought on board the bus or online by visiting www.citysightseeing.co.za or from the Cape Town Tourism Visitor Information Centre in Burg Street.
Should a tourist group want to visit any area that is not on a normal bus route, a bus or coach may be chartered to drive the
group to and from the destination. This should be planned well in advance and information is available from www.satsa.com.