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Best budget Cape Town

Destination(s): Cape Town

Cape Town should be an affordable destination for most travellers but if you’re on a tight budget, this list will guide you to the top budget destinations including cultural, natural, and food highlights. To get to anything on Cape Town’s False Bay coast, try the local train. Remember to be aware of your belongings and try to sit in a coach with other people. Many of these locations may require a private taxi ride but relax knowing that, once you’re at your destination, most of your expenses are over. read more about Best budget Cape Town

Table Mountain

Table Mountain

  • Table Mountain Rd
  • tel:+27 21 424 0015
  • Visit website
  • Cape Town, 8000

Standing guard over Cape Town, Table Mountain defines the city. For early seafarers, the Mountain signified arrival at this port of call. For the original inhabitants of the area, the Mountain was the source of myth and intrigue. For modern day Cape Tonians, Table Mountain is the heart of daily life. At 1086 meters and home to 1400 species of flora, Table Mountain is a spectacular nature reserve surrounded by a city. With hundreds of routes to ascend, the Mountain can keep an avid hiker and climber busy for years. read more about Table Mountain

Llandudno Beach

Llandudno Beach

  • Llandudno
  • Cape Town

A small, beautiful, boulder bordered beach along the Atlantic Seaboard, Llandudno beach is a local favorite among the surfers and nature lovers. Its secluded location tends to keep Cape Town's wind away and its lack of cafes and bars keeps the Camps Bay beach scene away. The boulders on the northern side of Llandudno beach offer a fun scenic walk. Llandudno is a great place to watch the sunset over the ocean with the mountain backdrop glowing red. read more about Llandudno Beach

Kalk Bay - St. James

Kalk Bay - St. James

  • Harbour Road
  • tel:+27 21 426 4260
  • Cape Town, 7975

Quaint little towns along the False Bay coast, Kalk Bay and St James surround an operating fishing harbour that lends the antique and coffee shops a tranquil view. In spring, Southern Right whales abound, often brushing against the harbour walls. Kalk Bay makes a great stop for lunch on a tour of the Cape Peninsula or a nice leisurely walking day. read more about Kalk Bay - St. James

Camps Bay Beach

Camps Bay Beach

  • Victoria Road
  • (Camps Bay)
  • tel:+27 21 438 1800
  • Visit website
  • Cape Town, 8005
Bo Kaap

Bo Kaap

One of the oldest residential areas of Cape Town, the Bo Kaap is a unique neighborhood with a strong cultural and social history. Home of a "Cape Malay" community, the neighborhood is a collection of brightly painted houses and mosques. Strolling through the streets (daytime and larger streets only) of the Bo Kaap provides a taste of a distinctly Cape Tonian community and lifestyle. If you find yourself in the area for dinner, try out Biesmielleh restaurant on Wale Street that serves delicious Cape Malay fare. A visit to the District Six Museum will offer some more insight into the history of the Cape Malay community of Cape Town. read more about Bo Kaap

Backpack (The)

Backpack (The)

  • Corner of Military Road and New Church Street
  • Tamboerskloof
  • tel:27 21 423 4530
  • Visit website
  • Cape Town, 8001
Long Street Backpackers

Long Street Backpackers

  • 209 Long Street
  • tel:27 21 423 0615 / 27 21 412 9999
  • Visit website
  • Cape Town, 8001
Chai Yo

Chai Yo

  • 65 Durban Rd
  • Mowbray
  • tel:27 021 689 6156
  • Cape Town, 7702
Kalkys

Kalkys

  • Kalk Bay Harbour
  • Kalk Bay
  • Cape Town, 7975
Royale

Royale

  • 273 Long St
  • City Centre
  • tel:+27 21 422 4536
  • Visit website
  • Cape Town, 8000
The Daily Dehli

The Daily Dehli

  • 13 Brownlow Rd
  • Tamboerskloof
  • tel:27 21 426 0250
  • Cape Town, 8001