Private Jet Charter
The Mother City, home of Parliament and the oldest city in the country, Cape Town is an extraordinary destination.
As your private jet charter touches down at Cape Town International Airport, you’re only 12 miles away from the city itself.
Against the breathtaking backdrop of Table Mountain, you’ll wind your way into the city and past some of the stunning beaches, which draw thousands of tourists to Cape Town every year.
Take advantage of some of the best luxury hotels in the region with iconic destinations such as The Silo or the 12 Apostles hotel and spa, flanked by the majestic Twelve Apostles mountain range.
If you’re looking for a cozier temporary home, you might consider renting a luxury villa for the week. Complete with pool and garden, you’ll also have the option to hire a chef and housekeeper to take the load off.
Dining out in Cape Town is a pleasure. Stick close to home at The Silo’s rooftop bar or venture further afield and into the city with favourites including The Pot Luck Club. Ride the elevator to the 6th floor for panoramic views of the city and some of the best food in the Cape Town.
If you prefer your feet on the floor, head to The Stack. Members can head upstairs but non-members are still in for a treat with the ground floor brasserie and bar, serving an impressive selection of cocktails.
Heading out for a day’s sightseeing must include a trip to the Table Mountain National Park and the chance to see a huge array of flora and wildlife including ostrich, rock hyrax, and baboons.
Back in the city, you’ll notice immediately the number of European-inspired structures. With the highest density of Dutch-style buildings outside of Europe, the architecture offers a fascinating glimpse into the city’s colonial past.
Head to the beach and in particular the V&A Waterfront, which attracts upwards of 24 million visitors every year. With huge shopping areas, an aquarium and plenty of water activities on offer, you can easily spend several days here, exploring the cafes and shops.
To dig a bit deeper into Cape Town’s cultural heritage, head for a private tour of Robben Island, the prison where Nelson Mandela was held for 18 of his 27 years of incarceration.
For wine lovers, Groot Constantia is a must. As the oldest wine farm in South Africa you’ll not only be able to sample some of the best tipples in the world, but learn more about the country’s impressive wine industry.
But it’s the natural beauty surrounding this city that forms the highlight of any trip to Cape Town. From the stunning mountainous backdrop to the spectacular coastline, it’s a feast for the senses.
Cape Town is a busy and thriving tourist destination, with peak season between December and February when temperatures soar. Book accommodation early to avoid disappointment.
Outside this period, late January to April is an ideal time to visit. With far less crowding but the weather still warm and dry, you’ll be able to enjoy the world-class beaches with far fewer people and get a better rate on accommodation.
Great food, beautiful surroundings – Cape Town is the ideal destination any time of year, charter a private jet and experience a unique taste of South Africa.
Cape Town International Airport
AddressCape Town International Airport (CPT), Cape Town, 7490, South Africa
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Cape Town International Airport is a popular private jet destination in South Africa. If you would like to book a private jet to or from Cape Town International Airport, contact us for a quote.