Intercape confirms an incident in which one of its coaches was petrol bombed in Strand, […]
No passengers are allowed beyond 30 weeks of pregnancy. […]
More important information U-18 Travelling
Intercape Charters and Intercity team recently participated at the annual INDABA 2015. It is one of the largest tourism marketing events […]
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Please note that Intercape will be introducing new Terms and Conditions, effective for all travel dates after 31 January 2015.
The new Terms and Conditions can be found here: New Terms 2015
Summary of most important changes:
· New rules for ticket changes and cancellations
· Updated list of prohibited luggage / goods
· Various smaller updates to account for […]
We are excited to announce the acquisition of 5 brand new, state-of-the-art luxury coaches to be deployed on Intercape’s cross-border routes between Zambia and South Africa. […]
The owner, management and staff of Intercape would like to extend our sincere gratitude and appreciation to the local authorities and community for the help and assistance provided following the bus accident that took place on Thursday the 8th of May 2014. […]
On 8 May 2014 at about 01h50 an accident occurred involving an Intercape bus. The accident occurred en route from Cape Town to Queenstown approximately 25 kilometers from Oudtshoorn on the N12. […]
Intercape is proud to announce that, on 6 December 2013, it became the first South African bus operator to receive RTMS certification.