Cape Town – The Robben Island Museum will reduce the frequency of its daily tours, from the usual four per day during peak season to only three per day for the off-peak season, which starts from the middle of April. From this week, until the end of August, ferries will depart from the V&A Waterfront at 09:00 and 11:00 The last ferry will leave the Nelson Mandela Gateway at 13:00. The peak season commences in September and lasts until the middle of April with tours running at 09:00, 11:00, 13:00 and the last tour at 15:00. The museum will also be increasing its tariffs from June 1, 2015. This includes fares to Robben Island which will increase from
the current R280 for adults to R300. Children under 18 will now pay R160.
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