City Cruises

Published on Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Going Places Together: Qatar Airways has more options for South Africa

Table Mountain Cable Car

If you'd like to discover the delights of South Africa, the Rainbow Nation, there is no better place to start than Cape Town, where the relaxed, laid back heartbeat of the country can be felt.  You will experience a city that's eclectic, full of life, and one of the most welcoming places on earth.

This diverse and exhilarating city captures the African spirit perfectly - in music, dancing and some of the most beautiful natural surroundings you are likely to encounter. From Table Mountain to the hustle and bustle of the Waterfront and the oceanic splendour of Table Bay, you will find one of the world's most exciting and entertaining cities when you travel to Cape Town.

Scenic view of Table Mountain from Bloubergstrand, Cape Town

Cape Town is also an ideal base to discover the scenic, world-famous Garden Route, that hugs the southern coast. Short day trips to sample the wines of the Western Cape and, of course, the food are easy to arrange with tours of the various vineyards that populate the region readily available. There are no shortage of places to visit in Cape Town such as Boulders Beach, Chapmans Peak Drive, Cape Peninsula, Camps Bay and the world famous Robben Island.

Getting there from the UK is now easier than ever with Qatar Airways. With connections from five UK airports - London Heathrow, Manchester, Birmingham, Edinburgh, Cardiff and London Gatwick - quick, comfortable and excellent service is available to all. The Qatar Airways Business Class offering is now recognised as the world's best with first place in the 2017 Skytrax awards. Qatar Airways' new 'Going Places Together' makes packaging experiences to South Africa easy and trade friendly.

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