Halaal Tourism Accessibility


• Located at the Southern tip of Africa
• Daily international flights with the quickest route from London at a flight time of 11H+
• Cape Town is a malaria-free area and the water is safe to drink



Muslims in South Africa have a history that goes back some 300 years
Many Malaysian, Indonesian and Indian slaves and political exiles were brought to the Cape
The arrival of Muslims in South Africa in the 1600s and their consolidation as a close-knit religious community was a milestone in the socio-economic and political development of the country.
Holy shrines of influential Muslim figures are located across the city.


• Table Mountain – One of the New7Wonders of Nature
• V&A Waterfront – South Africa’s oldest harbour and most visited attraction with around 450 shops, 80 restaurants, leisure attractions and more.
• Robben Island – The place where the late president Nelson Mandela spent 18 of his 27 year prison sentence during the Apartheid era.
• Bo-Kaap – Characterised by its cobble stoned streets and multicoloured houses, the area dates back to the 17th Century.
• Kirstenbosch – Home to about 7000 species of flora, this 102 year old garden is said to be the most beautiful garden in Africa.
• Cape Point – Offers breathtaking ocean and mountain scenery, serene beaches, rich bio-diversity, hiking trails, historical walks and much, much more.
• Boulders Beach – One of a few sites in the world where the African penguin can be viewed at close range, right on the beach!


• A strong and culturally rich Muslim community with a lot of influence from the Cape Malay culture and some Indian traditions.
• Two community radio stations: VOC FM and Radio 786 constantly update the Muslim community on what is happening around Cape Town, broadcasts Islamic programmes and provide local prayer times
• Halal food and an abundance of mosques are available throughout the city
• Salah facilities at airports, malls, hotels, universities, and schools
• Hijab/Thobe friendly
• Ideal destination for English Learning
• Rich spiritual ring of kramats – From Signal Hill to Oude Kraal, Constantia, Faure and Robben Island, the burial sites of the auliyā form a protective ring around the city


• Events such as local community markets, Islamic gatherings with popular international religious leaders, Halal friendly food markets, bazaars and festivals occur throughout the year.
• Many spiritual retreats with international scholars throughout the year
• Special thikr programmes during Ramadan – moon- sighting in Sea Point, tarawih programmes, lectures, classes and much more.
• Ramadan in Cape Town is an amazing experience
• Kramat Tours, Cape Islamic Heritage Tours, Cape Malay Cooking Safaris, Mosque Tours


Family Friendly – Scooter tours on the trails of Table Mountain and Signal Hill, Waterworld, Ratanga Junction, Butterfly World, Art Jamming, Toboggan and more
Outdoor Activities – Nature Reserves, Hiking Trails, Picnics, Bird Watching
Beaches – With soft white sand, clear blue water, great summer weather and a myriad of activities from surfing, kite surfing, fishing, horse-riding or simply just soaking up the sun, Cape Town is a beach-lovers paradise.
Luxury – Sunset Cruises, Five-Star Cuisine, Helicopter flips, Golf, Shopping
Adventure – Paragliding, Safaris, Shark Cage Diving, Seal Snorkeling, Ziplining
Culture & Heritage – Township Tours, Political History, City Walks, Bo-Kaap, Kramat Tours, Slave Lodge, District Six, Simon’s Town Museum, Cape Malay Cooking Safaris

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