Cape Town is the second city in South Africa, and it is located in the south-western coast of the country, with sweeping views of the southern Atlantic Ocean, surrounded by nature. Cape Town is reachable by direct flights from major cities in Europe, Middle East and Asia, as well as frequent connecting flights via Johannesburg.
Some of the things that travellers love about Cape Town include water sports, hiking (or taking the cable car!), wine tasting, visiting natural fauna and flora, wildlife, and the many festivals and events all year round.
To read more about Cape Town, click here.
Click here for the official tourism safety FAQ by the authorities.
CPUT Campus Info
ICE2020 will be held primary at the campus facilities of Cape Town University of Technology. Part of the conference is also held at the Radisson Blu Hotel Waterfront. More details will follow. For more information about the campus, please click here.
Holders of many passports enjoy visa free entry to South Africa.
Please check with the local authorities for latest visa requirements.
To request for administrative support for visa applications, please write to the Conference Secretariat at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Delegates are strongly advised to consult the list of 'Countries Exempt from South African Visas' on the Department of Home Affairs of the Republic of South Africa by clicking here.