Useful Travel Information

Our Enchanted team summarized a few useful information for our guests. We also will gladly assist you with any further enquiries.

Maps and Guides

Understanding the areas of Cape Town. When navigating the city, it’s easiest to think of it in eight areas, each with their own offerings and special character. These divisions are purely for navigational purposes, however, and we encourage you to discover and enjoy the full range of possibilities Cape Town has to offer.

There are lots of options to choose from when getting around Cape Town. Use the links below to get more information:

Using Public Transport

RebusOnce you’re in Cape Town, one of the best ways to get around is by using the City Sightseeing bus, which gives you the option of hopping on and off at various major attractions throughout the day.

 

 

 

MycitibusFor commuting,  you can catch the MyCiTi bus from various points. The next station, close to the Enchanted Guest house is 400m away “Queens Beach”. Please note that you will need to purchase a ‘myconnect’ bus card from the main station at the “Civic Centre” or participating retailers in the area. For a full list please visit the MyCiTi website. The card costs R23 and you will need to load it with travel credit. Journeys cost between R5-15  each way.

 

Offical vistor guide

Download here a copy of the 2015 Visitors’ Guide of the Cape Town Tourism Association, which will help you plan your travels around the Mother City.

Itinerary ideas

Golfing in Cape Town

Cape Town’s top five cuisines

A cultural day

Historic Cape Town

Nature and Environment activities

Rest and relaxation activities

Outdoor & adventure activities

Visa

Please check with your local South African Embassy or visit the Department for Home Affairs South Africa website for more information on whether you require a visa for your trip to Cape Town.