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Cape Town 2017

Cape Town Legal Conference

Cape Town Legal Conference

25 September-2 October 2017

In September/October 2017 we will be holding our Legal Conference in Cape Town.

Speakers include Judge Richard Cogswell SC, Campbell Bridge SC, Peter Cummings SC and Jeremy Gauntlett QC.

Cape Town is not only the most popular international tourist destination in South Africa, but Africa as a whole.  This is due to its good climate, natural settings, and well developed infrastructure.  The city has several well-known natural features that attract tourists, most notably Table Mountain.  Many tourists also visit Cape Town’s beaches.

Accommodation

Anywhere Travel has been retained by Learned Friends to manage travel arrangements for delegates attending this conference. They have secured exclusive rates at the conference hotel – the Victoria & Alfred Hotel.

There are few places as quintessentially Cape Town as the V&A Waterfront. The old world charm of the historical harbour meets the most modern shopping experience and the gaps in between are filled with fine dining restaurants, down-to- earth food markets, museums, and plenty of leisure activities.

Built in 1904 as the North Quay Warehouse and converted in 1990 to a luxury hotel.  There are 94 spacious, air-conditioned, ensuite rooms spread over three floors. The superior luxury double rooms boast separate bath, shower and toilet, king-sized beds and are creatively styled and well-appointed. All have coffee and tea making facilities, with private bar, electronic safe, wireless internet and trouser press. Every room has either a view over the ever-awake Alfred Basin or Piazza.

Run of House Rooms – ZAR 3,140:

  • Inclusive of VAT
  • Full English breakfast in Ginja Restaurant
  • wifi

PLEASE NOTE: hotel prices are based on double/twin share in South African Rand and subject to exchange rate fluctuation.

Airfares

Let Anywhere Travel tailor individual flights for you. We have access to the best fares and insider tips and would be happy to assist with any pre/post travel.

From 01 June 2015, the Department of Home Affairs in South Africa will require all passengers below the age of 18 years to travel with an Unabridged Birth Certificate. Parents travelling with children will be requested to provide an Unabridged Birth Certificate (including the details of the child's father as well as the mother) of all travelling children. This applies even when both parents are travelling with their children and it also applies to foreigners and South Africans alike. When children are travelling with guardians, these adults are required to produce affidavits from parents proving permission for the children to travel.