How to Explorer Cape Town on the Cheap

How to Explorer Cape Town on the Cheap, Cape Town, South Africa (B)

Although Cape Town is a modern and cosmopolitan city, there’s much to see and do if visiting on a budget. By western standards, life in Cape Town is very affordable– this was a factor in why decided to live there briefly. Looking past cheap meals, coffee shops, and accommodations there much to see and do in Cape Town on the cheap. For example:

The bus system in Cape Town is more than a little confusing. They rarely show up on time and don’t always get you where you need to go. Although taxis are affordable, Uber was my Cape Town on the cheap preferred method of travel. Great rates, friendly service, and even have a helicopter service if you want to splurge! Also, the City Sightseeing Cape Town tour bus is a very economical way to see all (and I mean ALL) of Cape Town on the cheap.

Cape Town is an outdoor lovers paradise, as long as you can bear the elements. There is no shortage of easily accessible and free hiking trails for you to get outside Cape Town on the cheap. There are several trails up table Mountain if the cable car is too pricey for you or you want the exercise. Climbing Lions Head also offer stunning views and a rewarding challenge…just be in better shape than I was when doing it. ...... (follow the instructions below for accessing the rest of this article).
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Guide Name: How to Explorer Cape Town on the Cheap
Guide Location: South Africa » Cape Town
Guide Type: Self-guided Walking Tour (Article (B))
Author: Shaun Robertson
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Sight(s) Featured in This Guide:
  • Castle of Good Hope
  • District 6 Museum
  • Robben Island
  • Green Market Square
  • Company Gardens
  • Auwal Masjid Mosque
  • Iziko Bo-Kaap Museum

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