Flights from Durban to Bloemfontein
Cheap flights from Durban to Bloemfontein start from as low as R1799.00. This is one of the more costly routes to fly in South Africa. Your flight will take approximately 1 hour and 5 minutes and will cover around 474kms. You will land at Bram Fischer Airport (BFN). As this is such a low demand route there are only a few airlines offering flights which include, South African Airways, British Airways and Kulula.
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Which Day Is The Cheapest Flight To Fly From Durban To Bloemfontein
If you are wanting the cheapest flights to Bloemfontein from Durban, then booking your ticket on a Monday or a Saturday would be the best advice. Friday is the most expensive.
Which Month Is The Cheapest Flight To Fly To Bloemfontein from Durban?
You will get the cheapest flights from Durban to Bloemfontein in May at this point in time. Obviously booking in advance will bring down the costs of your flights to Bloemfontein. August will cost you the most from Durban to Bloemfontein
Best Time Of Year To Visit Bloemfontein
The hottest months of the year in Bloemfontein are usually November to February which is considered high season. This is when most people will visit Bloemfontein and flight prices will be at their peak.
Best things to do in Bloemfontein
- Anglo Boer War Musuem – this museum is the sole museum in the entire world dedicated purely to the Anglo-Boer Wars which took place between 1899 and 1902. The museum has a very distinctive art collection and exhibits to view which will help you understand more about this historic war.
Free State National Botanical Garden – this is located close to Bloemfontein and covers a massive 70 hectares. The gardens are home to around 400 species of plants which are mostly native to the Free State and Northern Cape Provinces.
Bloemfontein National Museum – this museum dates back as far as the 1870’s. Initially the collections and displays consisted mainly of rarities from around the world.