The best retiree discounts in Cape Town

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There are many benefits for South African retirees exploring Cape Town, as many attractions offer discounts for those over 60 throughout the week. From discounted prices on Table Mountain to free day passes to iconic sites, your days will be filled with adventure, delicious food and beautiful scenery.

Here are some attractions to add to your bucket list:

Table Mountain Cable Car

Senior South Africans can get their hands on a return ticket for the Table Mountain Cable Car (TMACC) for just R110. You can also hop on and off the cable car for just R60 one way. After exploring the mountain and the magnificent views, head to TEN67 Eatery to try their retired special for R79. The meal includes a homemade pie, a salad, a slice of milk tart and coffee or tea. To exchange your ticket, you must go to the ticket office at the lower station of the cable car as online reservations are not available. TMACC also offers a free ticket to Table Mountain during your birthday month.

Location: Tafelberg Rd, Gardens, Cape Town
Price: Return tickets of R110 or R60 one way for South African citizens, valid 7 days a week.
Website: tablemountain.net

Table Mountain Cable Car

Accommodation Cap Nature

South African retirees are entitled to 30% off self-catering and camping accommodation at 25 of their properties. The discount is only applicable if you book through Cape Nature and is available 7 days a week throughout the year, except during South African school holiday periods.

Price: 30% off all Cape Nature campsites and dining facilities.
Website: capenature.co.za

Cape Point Flying Dutchman Funicular

Cape Point The Flying Dutchman funicular offers a special rate for South Africans over 60 years old. A return ticket will cost you R45, while a one-way ticket costs R35. The discount is only applicable when you present a valid South African ID.

Location: Cape Point, Main Road, Cape of Good Hope, Simon’s Town
Price: 45 R for a return trip and 35 R for a one-way ticket.
Website: capepoint.co.za

Cape Point Cable Car

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden

Admire the picturesque views of Kirstenbosch National Botanical Garden for free every Tuesday. Spend the day strolling the many trails, picnicking on the lawns and exploring the gardens. Offer does not include public holidays.

Location: Rhodes Dr, Newlands
Price: Free entry on Tuesdays for South African retirees, excluding public holidays.
Website: sanbi.org

City tours

Cape Town City Sightseeing offers South African retirees a special discounted price on all regular tickets (day tickets) daily. Pay R175 for a ticket which usually costs R275. Buy your ticket from the V&A Waterfront ticket office, located outside the Two Oceans Aquarium, or from the CBD office, located at 81 Long Street. To qualify, bring your valid South African ID. Retiree tickets are not available online.

Location: Offices are located at the V&A Waterfront and 81 Long Street
Price: R175 (SA pensioners receive R100 off the normal price)
Website: citysightseeing.co.za

Two Oceans Aquarium

South African retirees can explore and learn about sharks, penguins, turtles and jellyfish at the Two Oceans Aquarium for R$175. The price, a discount from the R235 entrance fee, is valid daily.

Location: Dock Rd, Victoria and Alfred Waterfront
Price: R175 when you present your South African ID.
Website: aquarium.co.za

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