Level Two of South Africa’s extensive lockdown period arrived at last, meaning it’s all systems go for tourism all over the country. Now you’re free to satisfy your craving for all the wonders of Cape Town.

A word of caution though, we’re not out of the woods yet, so it’s important to keep safety top of mind when you travel to Cape Town.

Safety Protocols for Travel to Cape Town

You can rest assured that Cape Town tourism providers have been hard at work during this hiatus to ensure that everything’s spic, span, and suitably sanitized for guests to return right away.

Accommodation providers have cleaned and sanitized their rooms, staff are all wearing masks and are regularly screened for symptoms. When you visit, return the favour by wearing a mask and by complying with all safety measures as requested.

What to Expect on Your Travels?

Tourism personnel all over the country are so happy to be back at work after so long, they’re even more eager to please than before.

The airports and aeroplanes are spotless, with clear social distancing markers to help you traverse normally congested areas safely. There’s always someone to inform about where to go and what to do next. 

Those who’ve already taken the plunge and embarked on their first journey describe the whole procedure as effortless and pleasant.

If you’re renting a car, you can rest assured that care hire companies have been hard at work streamlining world class sanitisation protocols to ensure your safety. Every single vehicle’s sanitized before and after use, and in-house staff are screened every day. 

You’re in safe hands when you travel anywhere in South Africa during level 2.

Get on the Road to Cape Town Right Away

It’s been a long, hard lockdown, so treat yourself with a break in the Mother of all cities where you’ll find everything’s just as wonderful as it was before. The beaches are all open, the wine farms are raring to go, and our beautiful mountain and countryside’s waiting to be explored. 

Get in touch right away to book your self-catering accommodation, we can’t wait to welcome you back. 

Image Credit: https://pixabay.com/photos/cape-town-south-africa-botanical-1600558/