7REASONS TO HOST YOUR
IN CAPE TOWN
Cape Town International is a world-class airport that welcomes several flights from most global destinations daily. Flight time from Mumbai and London to Cape Town is approximately 11 hours; and 19 hours from New York or Sydney. Travel to South Africa should be an easy and comfortable experience for visitors from any part of the world.
South Africa offers first-world infrastructure and services, however, it is a developing economy. At approximately ZAR17/USD (2020), the country offers excellent value for money. The Cape region, in particular, is also rich with natural resources and fresh produce, making it one of the most affordable countries in the world for luxury gastronomy, travel - and destination weddings!
Geared to Events
South Africa plays host to several international conferences, concerts and events annually. With a very well-established and experienced services industry, your wedding events will be supported by a team of professional and dedicated vendors.
With distinct Dutch, French, Malay and English influences, evident mainly in its cusine and architecture, the Cape region is by far the most cosmopolitan city in southern Africa. Although the Indian community of the Cape is relatively small, it is a proud and active one, which makes everything that's required for your events and religious ceremonies readily accessible.
Tourist & Honeymoon Destination
Your guests will thank you and the natural romance of the landscape and quaint towns make for an unforgettable honeymoon spot. It is, quite simply, the type of place you'll always want to return to, to make new memories.
The Cape region boasts natural beauty that is rare in it's diversity and splendour. There are few places in the world where you can enjoy beaches, mountains, vineyards, wildlife, flora and fauna, all in one place. There's no shortage of spectacular scenery for your wedding photo shoot.
Climate & Weather
Apart from rainy Winters from June to August, the climate makes a compelling case for hosting your wedding in the Cape, pretty much throughout the year. December to February bring long, summer days; March, April and May are warm to temperate and balmy days draw to a close with breathtaking sunsets; September to November is when the Cape's floral kingdom bursts with colour and temperatures rise, making for wonderful outdoorsy weather.