About Cape Town
The beautiful city of Cape Town, on the slopes of Table Mountain, is the setting for the conference experience. Cape Town is ideally placed to welcome delegates from Africa and around the world, with many international airlines offering direct flights to Cape Town or flights connecting in Johannesburg. November in Cape Town, and you can expect beautiful, wind-free days, with average minimum temperatures of 15°C and average maxima of 25°C.
For more information about Cape Town and its many tourism and sight-seeing offerings, please view the Cape Town tourism site: HERE
Conference Venue: the Vineyard Hotel and Conference Centre
The Vineyard hotel offers secluded accommodation nestled on an eco-award winning riverside estate, overlooking the eastern slopes of Table Mountain, and conveniently located on the edge of the city.
The award winning Vineyard conference centre is one of South Africa’s true green venues, favoured for its unique urban location, multi-purpose facilities and a highly experienced event team.
View the Vineyard Hotels website for further information: HERE
On entry to South Africa, a visitor’s permit is required for international travellers who have permanent residence outside South Africa, and who wish to visit the country on a temporary basis for tourism or business purposes for a period of 90 days or less. HECU 2018 will provide you with a visa invitation letter if required. The permit’s period of validity is calculated from the date of entry into the country. Requirements for visitor’s visas differ from country to country and each application is treated as an individual case. Please make enquiries with your nearest South African mission or consulate to see if you need to apply for a visa.
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