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Cape Town

Cape Town offers visitors more than just a great place to enjoy culture, adventure, dining and more. Why not enjoy the views going up Table mountain in the cable car or do some window shopping at the V&A Waterfront? You can take a trip from there and step into South African history by visiting Robben Island and the cell of its most famous former inmate, Nelson Mandela. Or just take a stroll around Cape Town’s Green Market square.

If nature is your thing, then take a tour to one of the Cape’s beautiful nature reserves. There are penguins at Boulders and the Southern tip of the Cape of Storms, Cape Point., or visit a game park and see the big five.

For a more distinguished trip, visit a wine farm or two for a traditional tasting. A nice glass of Shiraz is just what the doctor ordered.

The conference operator is Wildlife Safari. For more information and to book your bespoke tour go to www.wildlifesafari.co.za.

Airport transfers

Delegates are advised to make use of Cape Town’s MyCiti bus rapid transit. It costs R50 (approximately $7, €5, £4) per transfer and has to be paid in cash. There is a bus service every 20 minutes and the Civic centre where it terminates is a short 7 minute walk from the conference venue (CTICC) and most of the conference hotels.