Transportation

Travel by air

The main airport in the Western Cape is Cape Town International Airport, 20 minutes from the Cape Town city centre. The airport is serviced by 18 international and national carriers. Some international carriers fly directly to Cape Town, some stop over in Johannesburg and then carry on to Cape Town, with others terminating their flights in Johannesburg, which necessitates a short two-hour domestic flight.

Travel by road

When visiting Cape Town, delegates will mostly arrive and depart by air. On arrival, please be advised that public transport is limited, but getting around is relatively simple and convenient, using taxis (refer to www.rikkis.co.za) or rental cars.

To rent a car, you will need a current South African or international driverís license. It is possible to pick up a car in one city and return it in another.

Travel to and from Cape Town Int Airport

Cape Town International Airport is approximately 30km from the CTICC, Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and city centre.

A welcome desk will be in operation at Cape Town International Airport on 2 and 3 November 2012. The desk will be situated in the international and domestic arrivals halls and will be identified by the summit banners.

Turners Conferences has arranged an airport transfer service. To pre-book your airport transfer, let us know the date and time of your arrival, the flight number as well as the hotel where you are staying and we will arrange it for you. Transfers must be pre-booked and prepaid. Transfers not paid before 30 days prior to the date of service, will automatically be cancelled.

Airport to hotel transfer
One way charge between Cape Town International Airport and appointed hotels in the city centre only. Pre-booked and pre-paid
ZAR 220 per person