Cape Town sprawls out on the south-west coast of South Africa, sandwiched between towering Table Mountain and the wild Atlantic Ocean. And while the landscape around might be rugged, the city is a series of colourful neighbourhoods packed with polished museums, parks, boardwalks and wine bars.
Best of all, it’s really easy to find cheap direct flights from Durban to Cape Town – just try out our smart search engine.
Thinking of flying direct? The journey is 2 hours 15 minutes long. Indirect flights can take up to 12 hours.
Mango Airlines offers the most direct flights between Durban and Cape Town, followed by British Airways, kulula.com and Safair.
Carriers such as South African Airways offer flights with stopovers.
Very. You’ve got a choice of up to 45 flights a day – and 13 of these are direct.
Planes fly from Durban International Airport to Cape Town International Airport.
Mango Airlines and British Airways usually offer the cheapest Durban to Cape Town flights.
Table Mountain, the Cape of Good Hope, Boulders Beach – the scenery around Cape Town really knows how to pack a punch.
The city itself is a mishmash of sleek harbourfronts, grand galleries and rainbow-bright houses. And the recent past is never far away. Just take a look at the District Six Museum and Robben Island, where Nelson Mandela spent 18 years in prison.
There’s another reason to snag a cheap flight from Durban to Cape Town – the weather. Cape Town gets around 650 extra hours of sunshine a year.
Check out our search engine – it highlights the cheapest, smartest and quickest flights, making it easy to find the best route for you.