06 November 2019

Cape Town: Robben Island to increase rates in June 2020!

The Robben Island Museum (RIM) on Cape Town's Robben Island, which is responsible for managing, maintaining, presenting, developing and marketing Robben Island as a national estate and World Heritage Site, will increase its rates with effect from 01 June 2020. The RIM will apply a R50 increase on international tour prices and a R20 increase on local tour prices. Robben Island's standard tour comprises of a ferry return trip, transport on the Island, a guided Island tour and a guided Prison tour. 

Robben Island, Limestone Quarry, Cape Town, South Africa, Nelson Mandela

The new standard tariffs will be as follows:
  • R 600 (£32 | €37 | US$41) for non-South African adults
  • R 300 (£31 | €18 | US$20) for non-South African children aged two to 18 years.
  • R 400 (£21 | €25 | US$27) for South African adults
  • R 210 (£11 | €13 | US$14) for South African children aged two to 18 years.
Robben Island is an island in Table Bay, about 7km west of the coast of Bloubergstrand in Cape Town. South Africa's former President Nelson Mandela was imprisoned there for 18 of the 27 years he served behind bars before the fall of apartheid.

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