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Cape Town dating guide advises how to pick up South African girls and how to hookup with local women in Cape Town. Travel, enjoy and have fun with hot single girls and you might even meet the love of your life. Read more on how to date South African women, where to find sex and how to get laid in Cape Town, South Africa.

Cape Town's "City Bowl"

Cape Town is the legislative capital of South Africa, a city rich in history and architecture to match. Home to a diverse group of people, the city also boasts spectacular natural scenery. It is also well known for its breathtaking natural attractions – from Table Mountain to the many beaches that hug the city from all angles. Cape Town is the second most populous city in South Africa, second to Johannesburg, with a population of 4.4 million.

Cape Town Top 10 Overview:

Chance of picking up girls: 4 / 5

Picking up at daytime: 3.5 / 5

Picking up at nighttime: 4.5 / 5

Looks of girls: 4.75 / 5

Attitude of girls: 4 / 5

Nightlife in general: 4.25 / 5

Locals' English level: 4.75 / 5

Moving around the city: 4.25 / 5

Budget per day: US$60 - $600

Accommodation: US$30 - $400

Girls in Cape Town

There really is no one stereotype with which Capetonian girls can be classified. With an influx of immigrants from as far back as the 18th century, the city is home to every eye colour and every shade of skin. One would find girls with heritages from South America, Europe and even China and Malaysia.

RatingLooks Looks of girls: 4.75 / 5

Cape Town has a fairly distinct fitness culture and a fascination with sports and the outdoors. By extension, the girls are generally in shape and quite pretty, too. From native African to British and European heritage - and some mixed races in between - Cape Town caters for all types of looks and beauty. Those that prefer the classical "blonde hair and blue eyes" are likely to be just as successful as those seeking a more "exotic" profile.

RatingAttitude Attitude of girls: 4 / 5

Generally, people are friendly and helpful. Approaching a girl in a public space is unusual, but definitely achievable. However, due to the presence of crime and a widespread mistrust in the community, people tend to stick with the people they know. Some girls, usually from upper middle class and wealthier, are reported to be 'stuck up'. Spending time in groups is essential for newcomers, so getting to know her friends is a better way of creating trust than asking her out on a date straight away.

How to Pick Up Girls

RatingPickup Chance of picking up: 4 / 5

Due to the wide variety of ethnicities and so-called "types", picking up girls is relatively easy. Foreigners are at a distinct advantage depending on the region of origin. Generally, Western ethnicities fare better, but this is also dependant on the demographic to which the particular girl belongs. South Africa, in general, is known for its diversity, meaning there really is a 'flavour' for everyone.

Tips for Daytime

RatingDaytime Chance of picking up at daytime: 3.5 / 5

Everyone in Cape Town is conscious of potential crime. Therefore, picking up a girl is best done form certain locations only. That being said, starting a conversation with a stranger is not too difficult, and numbers are easily obtained. As will be discussed later on this page, getting on dating Apps such as Tinder is a great way to meet girls for a date. Grab a coffee, hit the beach, maybe a dance or two and Home Run!

Best Places to Meet Girls

The University of Cape Town, located just a 5-minute drive away from the city centre, is a good place to start for students looking to mingle with girls during the day. However, this does become a bit of an issue during busy periods, as nobody really has the time for conversation.

University of Cape Town's main campus

The beaches, of which there are many, also provide a good place to meet girls. The best for this task is usually Clifton beach. As for malls, they provide a sense of security which affords people the opportunity to feel safe in a crime-riddled location. Here, one might try simply approaching a pretty girl and asking for her number or inviting her out for coffee/ice cream.

Clifton Beach

Tips for Nighttime

RatingNighttime Chance of hooking up at nighttime: 4.5 / 5

If the night life is your thing, then there are a variety of ways to meet girls. There are two main clubbing districts in Cape Town: one is called Claremont and the other is Long Street in the heart of the city. Claremont is more of a base for students and a younger crowd; Long Street is diverse and offers many different night clubs for different demographics. Chances are high for hook-ups; however, getting laid usually requires more than one night, as girls are weary of crime and strangers. An effective strategy for getting her into the bedroom is more likely to start with meeting a girl earlier in the day and using the night club to end off the evening before heading back to her or your place.

Best Nightclubs to Meet Girls

  • Madison Avenue: Best on a Friday night, Madison Avenue is famous for its events and high traffic. Girls from all over Cape Town will be there and chances of scoring are high.
  • Tin Roof: A staple of student life, Tin Roof offers a good buzz on almost any night of the year. Drinks are cheap, so it usually caters to a student demographic. Even though it may not offer the huge crowds of other places, it is always a good backup when looking for a hook-up.
  • Fiction: This Long-Street club is always home to a good mix of people due to religiously followed resident DJs and consistent events. The entrance fee is quite pricy at times (around $8) but the chances of scoring are worth the extra cash.
  • Club 89: For those who seek a good night out, the true ravers, the music is generally good. Alcohol can get a little pricy - but it is cheap in SA as a whole, so no need to worry too much - but the vibe definitely affords a little splash of cash. Club 89 offers a diverse range of girls, and buying her a drink is the way to go.
  • Boogies: A staple of Capetonian life, Boogies is the local's choice for a night out. The club usually caters to an older student demographic - 22 years and older - and it is the perfect location for a night with not much fuss. The dress code is fairly casual, just make sure you wear shoes and a shirt, and the drinks are not outrageously expensive. It also doubles as a great place to hook-up, as it features an upstairs lounge area where you can entertain a lady of your choosing.
  • Sideshow: a club that was once dead has been resurrected, a place perfect for backpackers and traveling students. The drinks are cheap, sometimes as little as 10c a shot at certain times. This causes quite a buzz. As the club has developed a large online following, events are never poorly attended. Sometimes, however, the volume of traffic can make it unpleasant.
RatingLooks Nightlife in general: 4.25 / 5

The night life in Cape Town definitely buzzes around vacation season; however, there are some nights that leave a lot to be desired. Having an inside knowledge of where to go is the deciding factor in the end. Stay clear of regions that have reports of gang-related activity; read the news online before going out. However, this is infrequent and Cape Town is almost always ready to welcome visitors to a night filled with fun. Even those who seek a more chilled environment can find many bars in the city centre and Greenpoint.

Mature Ladies and Cougars

If mature ladies are your thing, Cape Town definitely has potential. The location is considered the most desirable place in South Africa in which to live. As a result, people often move to the city a decade or so into their careers, which makes it the perfect place to find mature women. A simple journey to the beach, trip to a local café/mall or day at the gym is the usual way to approach these women.

Dating

When visiting Cape Town, dating can be a fun and interesting experience. AdultFriendFinder.com, lets you meet local members in Cape Town and get to know them on a personal basis before you arrive. It just takes a few minutes, you simply create an account, upload a few images and tell a little about yourself. Since time in your destination may be limited, get to know each other’s desires beforehand so when you do meet, you can skip the awkward introductions and start having some real fun.

Top Dating Tips

Fortunately, Cape Town is filled with activity and the choices one has are near endless. Nature always provides a fun pastime - especially in the summer season (November to February). Taking a girl on a date can be as easy as a trip to the beach; Camps Bay and Clifton come highly recommended. One would always try and grab a meal or dessert, as Cape Town is host to a variety of culinary influences, which are sure to impress any girl.

Camps Bay viewed from Lion's Head

Asking a girl out for coffee is a staple, and Kalk Bay provides the perfect venue for a romantic stroll and an excellent cup of coffee. If you're really trying to impress, take her to the Truth café in the city centre. It was voted the best coffee shop in the world. For those seeking a more romantic touch, a visit to Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens is the perfect venue for a picnic, good food and sparkling conversations. With a backdrop of Table Mountain, a range of spectacular.

Kirstenbosch National Botanical Gardens

Alcohol is often a good conversation enhancer and tales the edge off of meeting someone new. Good options include a visit to Cape Town's famous wine route, where one would find many good places to eat and explore wine tasting. Craft beer is also a culture of South Africa, so don't be afraid to explore the many microbreweries.

The V&A Waterfront is a fine venue for taking any girl on a date. Attractions range from restaurants, musical entertainment, beachfront bars, cinema and a comprehensive shopping experience. It also happens to be a place to casually talk and meet new women. The vibe is chilled and easy going, allowing one to approach a range of Cape Town's finest females.

V&A Waterfront

Online Dating

Tinder is undoubtedly the best App when it comes to meeting a potential date in Cape Town. Although you may come across the occasional girl who is looking for a quick hook-up, chances are that most girls will expect at least 1 - 2 dates before going back with you to a hotel.

Bumble - an App which allows females to select their desired partners - is also a common platform in Cape Town. Although not as popular as Tinder, a match on this site is more likely to end in getting laid. However, one does have to relinquish some of the choice in the matter, but due to the crime rate in South Africa as a whole, girls often feel more secure with such an interface. Getting on Bumble is a worthwhile venture.

Sex workers are not really a feature of the online dating scene; however, they do pop up from time to time. Less than 1% of all online dating interactions will be include a sex worker. They are easily recognized by having revealing photographs listed, as Cape Town girls usually have a natural reserve about them.

Transgenders are also present, but definitely in the minority: less than 0.5%. They are easily recognized by masculine features such as a strong jaw, lots of make-up and a deep voice. As the surgery technology for transgenders has yet to advance, transgenders are easily distinguishable from real females.

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What Kind of Guys Have the Best Chances

Cape Town is a relatively chilled location where girls are predominantly interested in a traditional level of respect and a good experience. Again, because of the immense diversity of the region, no one ethnicity has preference. However, foreign accents from Europe and South America tend to fare better with girls. Languages such as Spanish and French provide a point of attraction.

The cost of property is relatively expensive, so girls are not really fussed about the location, provided it is not in the ghettos. That being said, wealthier individuals tend to prefer a certain standard such as a fancy hotel or holiday home in an upmarket neighbourhood. The city has extreme poverty but also substantial wealth. Thus, renting an Airbnb in a safe neighbourhood such as Rondebosch or Claremont should be sufficient to attract any girl when inviting her over for a fun-filled night.

South Africa is a proud sporting nation and much time is spent outdoors. Therefore, fitness is a huge part of most girl's attraction ratings. Guys with a decent, muscular build fare better as a result, especially on the beaches and outdoor events. Dress is important as far as being presentable. A unique style is a welcomed and often greeted with extreme interest, but beware of tattered clothing.

Risks while Gaming

Cape Town has a similar culture to any other Western city. However, due to the extremely high gap between rich and poor, there are a few things to watch out for.

Ensure that the girl you are with is not after your money. While gold diggers are some people's thing, a thief is almost certainly not. Beware of scams where a girl will look to distract you in order to allow her associates to steal your wallet/valuables.

STDs are also an issue, particularly amongst girls from poorer areas. A general guide to education levels and wealth is English ability. If a girl displays low levels of English, she is probably from a poorer area, as her parents could not afford proper schooling. These girls are more likely to be involved in crime and/or have boyfriends connected to gangs.

By the same token, wrap it up before engaging in any sexual activity. This is wise no matter the region, so be careful and don't trust any girl who is willing to have unprotected sex. Beware of girls wilfully looking to get pregnant to benefit from state welfare structures. Remember, HIV is rampant, so be extra careful even when using a condom.

Fights are infrequent, but men in Cape Town position themselves as extremely territorial, so avoid getting into a situation where a boyfriend is watching you hit on his girl. Other than that, your experience should be trouble free.

How to Get Laid as Soon as Possible

Getting laid right away is extremely difficult, as the city has a natural distrust about it. Usually, this process requires 1 - 2 dates and an exchange of dialogue.

If you want to circumvent this process slightly, turning to social media dating Apps is the way to go. Meeting girls over Tinder, Bumble or even Instagram allows you to gauge a girl's interest in sex fairly quickly. Sometimes, you may get lucky, but most girls require a meet up or two.

Night clubs are also the venue for meeting girls. Spend time with a girl who strikes your fancy, buy her a few drinks and the option is always open. Be sure to show her respect, as the culture places a great emphasis on traditional values and a respectful character.

Prostitutes mainly stick to roadsides, so nightclubs are considered fair game. It is unusual to find a sex worker inside a club, so don't ask the girl about payment etc, as this will just offend her.

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Gold diggers are viewed as extremely taboo, especially on the arm of an older guy. If you happen to find a gold digger, it will be extremely secret. Cape Town is by far the wealthiest city in Africa, so it is uncommon to find girls who are looking for a sugar daddy.

Swinger Clubs and Naturism

Cape Town is home to a string tradition of various religions, ranging from Islam and African Traditionalism to Christianity and Catholicism. As such, swinger events are still highly taboo. There is no formal mention of such happenings; however, one could easily find out about swinger parties via the grapevine.

The city is also home to a singular strip club: Mavericks. Here one can find all types of ethnicities and women - for a fee of course.

A secluded nudist beach is a secret venue for those who enjoy the nakedness of nature on the bare skin. This is located close to Clifton Beach; it's commonly referred to as "Sandy Bay".

Costs of Living

For travellers coming from Europe or North America, costs are relatively cheap. Alcohol, in particular, is easier on the budget than in most countries. Food costs are average, with the average person spending around $300 on food-related groceries every month. A Big Mac costs $2 and the average restaurant meal ranges between $5 and $7.

CostsDay Single traveler’s budget per day: US$60 - $600

Most expenditures will be allocated to food and accommodation. Cape Town is definitely worth splashing out on food and drinks, so saving costs on accommodation is definitely a viable strategy, provided you stay in a safe area.

CostsAccommodation Accommodation per night: US$30 - $400

Cape Town is a city with a large gap between rich and poor. Thus, there is an offering for most budgets. For those who seek a simple place to rest at night, the city is filled with hostels for backpackers - this can also be used as a convenient spot to have sex.

If you are willing to spend a bit more, renting an Airbnb is a viable alternative; on the site, you will be able to choose between a variety of accommodation options. These include apartments, residential housing and holiday villas.

Hotels in the City Centre are costly, but they offer a great experience and an even better location. The Table Bay Hotel, for example, offers guests a magical stay at the most popular tourist attraction in Cape Town. Other than that, houses along the coastal region of Clifton offer guests magnificent views and luxury. Prices usually start at around $700 per night.

CostsBeerBottle Beer in a grocery shop: US$1 - $3

South African Breweries is one of the largest alcohol producers in the world, supplying many nations with their favourite liquors. Having access to the domestic market is a plus for any visitor, as alcoholic beverages are usually cheap.

Top Tip: for travellers on a tight budget, purchase alcohol at the local supermarket before going out. costs almost always quadruple at restaurants or bars.

CostsBeerBar Beer in a bar or restaurant: US$2 - $4

Restaurant culture in South Africa is a well-cultured industry. With famous wines and many different strains of beer, alcohol prices can vary dramatically depending on what you buy. For those on a strict spending plan, stick to the mainstream brands. If you are looking to splash out a bit more, craft beers are worth a try.

CostsMeal Meal in a restaurant: US$5 - $30

The fast food industry is like any other place on the planet: you pretty much get whatever you want - burgers, French fries, fried chicken, Chinese, etc. Cape Town, however, has a rich history told in food. Because the city is home to so many different cultures, there are countless flavours to enjoy. Cape-Malay cuisine is unique, flavourful packed with spices. Such restaurants are found in City Centre districts, such as Bo Kaap. Indian food is also available; try Eastern Food Bizarre for a hearty curry or naan. Sushi has also become a mainstay of pop culture. The best place is Willoughby’s in the V&A Waterfront. There are a number of French-style chefs who run artisanal restaurants throughout the city – try Constantia Uitsig’s La colombe.

There are many cafés and restaurants in V&A Waterfront

Accommodation

The City Centre provides the ideal location for short-term stays. Depending on budget, one can choose between hostels and fancier hotels. Hostels are as cheap as $20-30 per night, and hotels come with a $150 - $800 price range. This region would also be ideal for night-time hook-ups, as it places one right in the middle of all the action.

Airbnb is also a viable option, allowing one to choose more affordable residential-type accommodation. These work in the medium term, and areas such as Rondebosch, Claremont, Tokai and Constantia are good places to settle for.

Couchsurfing is difficult, due to the presence of a high crime rate and a general mistrust of strangers. This may be overcome by getting to know the girl during the daytime, but it should be a backup strategy only. Apartments are available for rent all over the city and finding a month-to-month arrangement is not difficult. Simply go to sites such as Gumtree or OLX to find out more.

How to Get There and Move Around

Travelling in Cape Town is generally a fairly easy endeavour. The infrastructure is good in most areas, and factors like traffic are usually light. Moreover, there are plenty of options available, and the choice between these would largely depend on the budget of the traveller.

By air: The city boasts a state-of-the-art airport, which was subject to major renovations prior to the 2010 FIFA World Cup. As a result, visitors will find getting to the area easy and straightforward, with some major airports offering direct flights to Cape Town International Airport.

Cape Town International Airport

Helicopter tours are also not uncommon; however, these are reserved for special occasions and come at a hefty fee. They provide a scenic trip throughout the city, a unique vantage point that not many have the luxury of experiencing.

By bus: Various bus systems run in different sectors of the city. In the main business district, a well-structured bus system runs through the heart of the city. The cost is usually around US$2. As one heads into the suburbs, a different bus service provides a less comfortable, but cheaper, means of transport - around US$1 a trip.

Cape Town City Sight Seeing Bus for tourists

By car: Car rental outlets are littered throughout the city, but hiring a vehicle has gone out of fashion due to the costly prices and the added burden of extremely high fuel prices. Instead, most visitors - and locals - rely on App-related transport such as Uber and Taxify. Having these two Apps pre-loaded on one's phone is a must. Expect to spend around US$1 per kilometer.

N2 highway, entering the City Bowl

By train: Trains operate throughout the city, although they are archaic, poorly run and unsafe at night. Despite this, they offer a quick and cheap mode of transport, which is worth the trip during the day. Expect to spend less than US$1 per trip.

Metrorail train leaving Kalk Bay station

By boat: Boat excursions operate in the vicinity of popular tourist attractions. Prices vary based on the itinerary provider and depend on the activity one chooses. For example, a simple boat trip to see dolphins will be substantially cheaper than a yacht party.

Visas: The requirement for visas is dependant on your country of residence. South Africa is set to introduce the online visa in 2019, which means persons may simply apply via the internet instead of a physical location. Moreover, certain countries are allowed access for 30 days and others 90. Check the official South African Diplomatic Department of Missions for further information.

Digital Nomads and Remote Work

Working Visas can be applied for from the government. However, leave plenty of time for a lengthy waiting process, as the South African public services is well-known for its inefficiencies and annoyingly incompetent staff. Thus, apply well in advance and arrive with a buffer of cash.

Once you have obtained a working visa, the easiest place to work would be at a restaurant. These are littered throughout the city, but concentrated in hubs such as the city centre, large malls, busy streets and up-and-coming districts such as Observatory, Claremont, Rondebosch and Sea Point.

For those with a more formal education and experience in the commercial environment, Cape Town offers working environments to match any other city. From investment banking to simple sales, getting a job is as simple as enlisting at an agency and moving forward from there. Jobs are available, but a good level of English - written and spoken - is a must.

Internet and Mobile Operators

Internet is commonly available and some areas have public Wi-Fi. Avoid conventional SMS services at all costs, as these are tremendously expensive. Always have a large store of mobile data, as being disconnected from people of trust is a weakness which criminals target upon. Sim cards and data are easily bought at a local supermarket, and there are a number of network providers to choose from: Vodacom, Cell C and MTN are generally considered the most trustworthy. Once you have bought a Sim, you will be able to purchase data using your bank account or simply preload the account at the point of purchase.

Gambling and Casinos

Gambling regulations are fairly relaxed in South Africa; however, the activity is not as popular due to a lack of casinos and high-end venues. Participants of gambling must be 18 years of age or older, but more colloquial gambling locations sometimes let minors 'slip through the cracks'.

Grand West Casino is the most well-known casino, and offers a range of games and sport betting facilities. Even so, the Casino is not very big and leaves a lot to be desired. Horse racing is a much bigger sector within the gambling market; these take place at the track in Kenilworth.

Weed and Drugs

Weed is legal in South Africa, and it is commonly referred to as "Ganja", "Kush", "Mary Jane", and "Spliff". These are commonly available from dealers in almost every area, so asking around is probably the best way to go.

Cocaine is available at almost every nightclub, along with most party drugs such as MDMA and ecstasy. Location such as Long Street are home to a large amount of dealers, but be on the lookout for gang-related sales. Have a clear 'no-go' policy with such dealers.

Harder drugs such as Heroine and Meth (known as 'Tik') are also rampant, but these should be avoided at all costs, as the supply is closely controlled by local gangs and crime lords. These people alone are responsible for Cape Town having the 15th highest murder rate in the world - a definite reason to stay away.

Health, Fitness, Gyms and Massage

As mentioned before, fitness is an important part of South African culture, especially Cape Town where a large proportion of time is spent outdoors. Gyms are available in every sector of the town, whether it be the suburbs or city centre. The best gyms would be Virgin Active or Zone Fitness. These come with health restaurants and a variety of other features such as saunas, tennis courts, and swimming pools.

Country clubs are also available for individuals seeking a relaxing day of golf, a good meal or a trip to the spa. Massages are mainly at premier hotels such as the Table Bay Hotel or the Vineyard Hotel The Arabella Spa on the East Coast - about 45 minutes outside of Cape Town - is also worth a visit.

STDs and HIV

STDs, depending on the area in Cape Town in which you find yourself, are rampant. Some areas are less likely to contain people with STDs: Tokai, Constantia, Bishops Court. These are usually suburban and they generally have a conservative air about them. However, avoid areas such as ghettos and "Townships". Here, people will often have unprotected sex with the hope of getting pregnant to gain state welfare.

Always use a condom. Be suspicious of anyone who offers to have unprotected sex, as this is often a sure sign that she has ulterior motives. Either she has an STD or is looking to get pregnant.

HIV is a massive issue in South Africa. From advertisements on television to orphanages that cater specifically to AIDS children, the problem is clear for all to see. As a visitor, it is important that you are open and honest with any girl you have sex with. Ask her about the issue and make sure all parties are safe. Again, using a condom is a must!

Stay Safe

While Cape Town is not a dangerous place for tourists, South Africans are significantly more safety-conscious than people in most other parts of the world. While you should take some care as a tourist in any city, you should be more careful in South Africa than in many other places.

Central Cape Town is generally safe to walk around by day, though you should not take valuables with you and should avoid dressing like a tourist. You may encounter beggars and con artists, but they will usually accept a "no". Avoid "dressing like a tourist", i.e. wearing an outfit involving cameras, jewellery and golf hats. Leave valuables in the safe in your hotel room or with staff for safekeeping. (Do not leave anything valuable in your room outside of the safe, and do not leave anything in view of an open window. If you leave valuables out in your room you may find the hotel takes them into safekeeping and leaves you a note - this is to avoid their hotel getting a reputation as a place where thieves will find an easy target.)

During the evening you should take a taxi or ride-hailing service to and from your destination, rather than walking. Have the driver meet you outside the bar or restaurant (take a taxi card with you if needed). If walking at all, make sure you stay on well-lit and crowded streets. Crime is especially high in Salt River, Observatory, Mowbray, and the Cape Flats.

If visiting a township, go with one or more people who live there or know it well. Official township tours are your safest bet; revealing a very interesting lifestyle to the more curious tourists.

Foreigners should avoid hitchhiking or using local commuter and metro trains. Be aware of automated teller machine (ATM) con artists. Under no circumstances allow a stranger to assist you in your transactions. Should your card become stuck in the ATM, call the helpline number on display at the teller machine for assistance and to cancel your card.

If driving in a car, smash-and-grab theft is a risk. Keep your doors locked, ensure your windows are wound up when you slow down (including at traffic lights) and keep an eye out for people approaching you. Keep valuables out of sight and locked away. If you are driving to or from the airport, plan your route and do not stop at unknown spots. The airport is surrounded by some very dangerous areas that should be avoided.

Watch out for the mini bus taxis. They often drive like hell disobeying many traffic rules, and are entirely unregulated except by organised crime. Watch out for pickpocketing.

Glue sniffing children and junkies are a minor problem, called 'strollers' by the locals: these ragamuffins will strip you bare if you do not stay alert.

Respect the mountains - dress correctly as temperatures can fall very quickly. Go in a group of at least 4 people, as robberies sometimes occur and accidents can happen.

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