Cape Town is beautiful in winter, when nature is at its best and the vistas and views are awe inspiring. The weather is cooler and milder and as Cape Town enjoys a Mediterranean type climate, average daytime temperatures reach 18 - 20 degrees Celsius. One huge advantage of visiting Cape Town over the winter is that you will experience smaller crowds at iconic attractions like the Table Mountain Aerial Cable Way, Robben Island and Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens. If you are a foodie, it is often much easier to get into the best restaurants – also look out for the many Winter Specials both in the City Bowl and the Winelands
To help you plan your Cape Town winter travel itinerary, we've listed a few city attractions below:
- Zeitz Museum of Contemporary Art Africa
- The Heart of Cape Town Museum
- The Jewish Museum
- Cape Town National Science Centre
- Slave Lodge
- District Six Museum
- South African National Gallery
For more information month by month, check out What’s On in Cape Town www.whatsonincapetown.com for whatever interests you – from music, arts and design, to stage and screen, lifestyle, food and wine. Cape Town is a city that offers something for everyone!
Book your Winter Stay with Liberty Lodge any time from April to end August 2018. Book 4 nights and only pay for 3!