There has "never been a better time" to take Cape Town tours, according to a travel article in the Daily Telegraph.
Following a trip to the popular African travel destination, writer Graham Boynton said that the range of activities and experiences combined with the favourable exchange rate makes Cape Town an unmissable destination for Brits.
One of the major attributes of the city is its status as a sporting hotspot, with a number of events set to take place this year.
It was recently announced that the Indian Premier League cricket competition will get underway in Cape Town on April 18th and the city is also expected to prove popular with people visiting South Africa for the British Lions rugby tour later this year.
The destination will be one of the leading travel destinations when South Africa hosts the 2010 World Cup, along with other major cities such as Johannesburg and Durban.
For people with no interest in sport, there is always the natural appeal of Cape Town and attributes such as "blue skies, caressingly warm weather [and] cool, clear nights", which make the city an "absolutely beautiful" destination, according to Mr Boynton.
Cape Town – From the wine route to the game parks there is so much to see and do in Cape Town.