Flight Deal: New York To Cape Town, South Africa As Low As $565
By DeAnna Taylor
The Motherland is calling and it’s calling you now.
SWISS Air, an affiliate of United Airlines, just reduced prices on routes from New York to Cape Town, South Africa. The lowest price found is $565 roundtrip.
If you don’t mind flying out of New York’s EWR Airport and landing back into JFK, you can snag this deal at the lowest price. However, for $575 roundtrip you can fly in and out of the same airport, EWR.
This deal does come with layovers each way in Zurich, Switzerland. Depending on the dates you fly the layover may be short all the way up to half a day. If you end up with one of the longer layovers, you can simply turn your trip into a 2-for-1 deal by heading out to explore for a few hours.
This deal is valid for travel between late November and early March of 2020. You can find this deal on Skyscanner or on Google Flights. Keep in mind that Google Flights will not populate the deal for the split airport route, so their prices will only go as low as $575 for this particular deal.
Cape Town is the perfect escape no matter what your interest may be.
Spend some time sipping on some of the world’s best wines. The Stellnbosch region, just outside of the city, is home to dozens of wineries including Black-owned ones. You can opt for a day tour or venture out on your own for a few days.
Take the tour of Robben Island, the prison where Nelson Mandela was held for several years. Tours are given by former inmates and they are sure to bring tears to your eyes.
Finally, if you need to do it for the ‘gram, hit up the BoKaap neighborhood for some of Cape Town’s most colorful homes and stunning backdrops.
There’s so much more to do, but these are a few must-do.
Hurry and book your flight before it’s too late.
DeAnna Taylor is a criminal defense Attorney turned travel writer. The Charlotte native recently completed one year abroad working as an English teacher in South Korea. Her hobbies include fitness, traveling to new countries, and trying new foods.