City Airport Taxis offers comfortable transfers throughout South Africa with professional and English speaking drivers.
The Republic of South Africa is a country in the southern part of Africa, with a population of 57 million people. There are ten official and other 25 unofficial languages spoken in the Republic. The ten official languages are Ndebele, Northern Sotho, Afrikaans, Xhosa, Zulu, Venda, Sotho, Tsonga, SiSwati and Tswana.
Their national currency is the South African Rand. The public transport consists of buses, a railway network and taxis. South Africa has left-hand traffic, which means that the driving is on the left side of the road.
The country has three capital cities, Pretoria, the administrative centre, Bloemfontein, the judicial capital and Cape Town, which is the legislative capital.
Cape Town is one of the most beautiful multicultural cities in the world. The city has many attractions to offer and it is known for its natural beauty filled with long beaches and botanical gardens. The most popular are Table Mountain, The Victoria and Alfred Waterfront, the City Hall and the Castle of Good Hope.
Other locations that are worth visiting are Fourways, Germiston, Dundee KwaZulu Natal and the Kruger National Park. In Cape Town, the public transport consists of two bus systems, trains and metered taxis.
Johannesburg is the largest and wealthiest city in South Africa. Located in the heart of South Africa, Johannesburg has a population of 950.000 people. The town offers stunning gardens, restaurants, cafes, museums and many parks.
South Africa has three international airports. The largest one is near the city of Johannesburg and Pretoria. Opened in 1952 the OR Tambo Airport has over 21 million passengers annually and offers six terminals divided into three areas. The first one handles international flights, the second one handles domestic flights, and the third area connects them both.
The terminals are full of restaurants, cafes, duty-free shops, banks, ATMs, VIP lounges and over 140 retail stores. The airlines that provide service are South African Airways, Virgin Atlantic, FlySafair, Qatar Airways and Lufthansa. Once you land, you can get to the city centre by our airport transfer, airport taxis, bus and train.
Cape Town International Airport is the second busiest, and it serves Cape Town. It has two terminals that are linked by a third, central terminal.
The facilities at the terminals include duty-free shops, chapels, lounges, restaurants, conference rooms, player rooms and two hotels with a four-star service. Cape Town International Airport is 20 km away from the city centre, and you can get there by bus, shuttle service or airport taxis. We offer airport transfers to Cape Town and also to Riebeek Kasteel, Robertson, Salt River, Stellenbosch and Swellendam.
King Shaka International Airport is the third-busiest in the country that serves the city of Durban. Named after the leader of the Zulu nation, Shaka, the airport has 6 million passengers annually. It has one terminal that consists of two levels. You can get to the city centre by shuttle buses and airport taxis. Our service also offers transfers to the city and other locations near Durban. They are Boksburg, Edenvale and Gaborone.
Planning your transfer can be stressful, and we are here to make the process easier by providing you with professional service and comfortable transport. Our airport transfer service includes meet and greet at the arrivals gate, flight monitoring, free updates, and free cancellation.