Keeping you safe in Cape Town and the Western Cape is a top priority for us. But like many other destinations in the world, Cape Town and the Western Cape have areas that are challenged with the impact of crime.
To counteract this unfortunate occurrence, we continually invest in and work with initiatives such as increased law enforcement deployment, technology expansion and safety awareness at work to provide a safe environment for all.
We want you to leave our beautiful province with nothing but with happy memories. To ensure a pleasurable trip, please keep in mind a few precautions that you can employ on all your travels across the world.

Plan your route beforehand by making use of a map or by getting clear directions ahead of day trips

Don’t allow anyone to distract you or assist you when using an ATM machine

Deal only with authorised agents when you exchange money
Store emergency numbers on your phone and make sure its fully charged before you leave your accommodation
Be careful of cellphone snatchers and pick pocketers when walking on the street
Don’t leave valuables such as laptops or bags in visible areas of a car
When visiting a restaurant don’t leave cellphones and wallets on tables or on the floor, especially while sitting outside
Avoid carrying all your valuables (including your passport) and large sums of cash in your day bag
Keep photocopies and all valuable documents in a safe place
Don’t allow your bank card to be removed from your sight when paying
Never hike or swim alone
Be careful of car-jamming. Always check that the car doors are locked
Avoid walking in deserted and dark areas you’re unfamiliar with, particularly at night
At night, park in a secure and well-lit area