- (60) Johannesburg, South Africa - GBP134.37 (4th cheapest cocktails in the world - GBP3.47)
- (66) Kampala, Uganda - GBP130.11 (cheapest beer in the world - GBP0.88)
- (78) Dar es Salaam, Tanzania - GBP112.96 (2nd cheapest beer in the world - GBP0.95)
- (80) Gaborone, Botswana - GBP111.31 (7th cheapest beer in the world - GBP1.20)
- (81) Cape Town, South Africa - 110.12 (3rd chapest cocktails in the world - GBP3.43)
- (82) Port Louis, Mauritius - 108.72 (5th cheapest hotel rates in the world - approx. GBP26.00)
- (98) Nairobi, Kenya - GBP75.23 (cheapest hotel rates in the world - approx. GBP17.50)
09 January 2020
Survey: The most expensive cities in Southern and East Africa 2020!
Global transportation service Hoppa has released its report into the most expensive vs cheapest destinations for 2020. The annual survey is taking a look at 100 destinations worldwide to find out which holiday destinations are most affordable and which are exorbitantly pricey. Criteria include average hotel prices per night, taxi fares, and meals for two, along with the cost of unexpected medical costs and average currency exchange rates. Flight prices were excluded. According to Hoppa's findings, Grand Cayman (a British territory) ranked as the most expensive location in the world, where costs total £459.58 per day, while Antalya in Turkey is the cheapest destination with a total cost of £63.79 per day. Seven cities from Southern and East Africa also made the list. Johannesburg in South Africa ranked as the 60th most expensive city in the world and the most expensive city in Southern and East Africa, costing international travellers £134.37 on average. Kampala (GBP130.11) in Uganda is the second most expensive city in the region and the 66th most expensive city in the world, followed by Dar es Salaam (GBP112.96 | #3, #78). According to the survey, Cape Town in South Africa is only the 5th most expensive city in Southern and East Africa and the 81th most expensive city in the world.
The most expensive cities in Southern and East Africa 2020: