ICE 2018 Conference & Exhibition

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47 ICEevent.org Airport Information Cape Town International Airport (CPT) Address: Matroosfontein, Cape Town, 7490, South Africa Phone: +27 21 937 1200 Website: www.capetown-airport.com Distance from convention center: 21 km Airport Transportation Cape Town International Airport is approximately 20 km from Cape Town's city centre. From the airport, there are several ways to get to and from the airport. You can hire a car, call an Uber, take a metered taxi, take a bus, or hire a shuttle. My CiTi Shuttles The MyCiTi bus runs from 05:30–21:30 daily, and operates between the airport and the Civic Centre, where you can connect to other routes. You need a myconnect card to ride it, which costs R35 and is available from the airport and other MyCiTi stations. Fares to the city are between R60 and R100 depending on the time you ride. Taxi Metered taxis are widely available at the airport, and a trip to the city centre will cost between R300 and R400, although fees may vary. Some have flat rates, while others charge by the kilometer. Travel time is about 20 minutes by car to the city centre. It is recommended to make sure you pick up a licensed taxi instead of an unauthorized taxi. Alternatively, Uber operates in Cape Town and a car can be booked online when you arrive at the airport. Car Cape Town airport is accessible from the N2 freeway with the Airport Approach Road providing a direct link between the N2 (at exit 16) and the airport. Most big car rental companies are represented and can be found just outside the central terminal at the airport. Visa Information South Africa requires citizens from many foreign countries to obtain visas to enter the country. If you are not a citizen and plan to attend ICE 2018, please ensure you obtain the correct visa to enter the country. To find out whether you need a visa and how to apply, we recommend that you check with your nearest South African Embassy or other diplomatic representative before you travel. Alternatively, please visit the website for the South African Department of Home Affairs (www.home-affairs.gov.za). Obtaining a Visa If you are required to obtain a visa for entry into the South Africa, it is your responsibility to apply for a passport, visa, or any other required documents and to demonstrate to consular officials that you are properly classifiable as a visitor under South African law. ICE Show Management cannot assist you with the interview process, nor can anyone representing the sponsoring organization call an embassy or consular on your behalf to provide support for granting a visa. Should your application be denied, Show Management can neither intervene in the process nor change the decision of the governmental agency. You may request a letter by selecting the box either online or on the printed registration form. Invitation letters will be sent to those that are registered and fully paid. ICE Show Management supplies this letter for visa purposes only. All expenses involved with attending the conference are the responsibility of the attending party. If your visa application is denied and AAPG receives a copy of the denial by email (convene@aapg.org) or fax +1 918 560 2684 before 31 October 2018 your registration fee will be refunded, less a $75 processing fee. Registering with your Embassy ICE Show Management suggests tourists register with their country's consulate or embassy when traveling. Cape Town Travel Information Official city guide to Cape Town, South Africa: (www.capetown.travel) * Health certificates may be required prior to entry to any country that falls under the Yellow Fever Belt. Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) Address: Convention Square, 1 Lower Long Street, Cape Town, 8001, South Africa Phone: +27 21 410 5000 Fax: +27 (0) 21 410 5001 Website: www.cticc.co.za Email: info@cticc.co.za Public Transportation A range of transport options are available to get you wherever you want to be within Cape Town. These include: Integrated Rapid Transport System Cape Town's sophisticated bus transport system. MyCiTi Shuttles These shuttles offer efficient and safe public transport across the city. The CTICC is conveniently located on one of the MyCiti routes, which runs from the airport to the city. Taxi, Bus, or Coach Metered taxis, luxury air-conditioned coaches, and shuttle buses regularly run between the airport, hotels, the city center, and most major tourist destinations. Train Cape Town Central Station is situated in the heart of the city, trains run basic commuter routes into the city and also stretch out along the scenic Southern line, which stretches as far as Simon's Town. It is an affordable option to travel around the city. By Canal The unique Roggebaai canal offers a relaxed, charming journey via water taxi between the Victoria & Alfred Waterfront and the CTICC. HOW TO GET AROUND

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