It won't be difficult. Depending on time of day and traffic, it shouldn't take you more than fifteen minutes to get to town.
Your hotel can call a cab from you, and there are often cabs hanging around the beach area. Also look into downloading Uber, to summon a cab when you need one. Very popular and common in Cape Town.
Sorry, and cost wise I would estimate around R60. This is based on Uber fare estimate, and could vary.
Thank you very much Kirsty....all seems good so.
Really wanted to stay here instead of town but want to do some day tours as well.
Also how warm might it be first week of September?
Uber is pretty cheap and reliable from camps bay, we took an early morning taxi from camps bay to the waterfront and it didnt cost too much.From memory r60-r80.
A trip to the airport from camps bay was r220
Here is the weather day by day for last September. Use the year dropdown box to find any year for the past 20 years or so to get some ideas of what's "typical"!
Last year the first week in September was pretty warm and dry I actually remember it quite well. Maybe look at a different year as more typical :
Thanks everyone for the help ...... Not long now 🤗🤗
get an uber - cheap
look out for any mini-van(bus) with a bord saying cape town in the window or someone screaming cape town stop them and experience a unique way of traveling to cape town and it wil cost u R7
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