The age of smartphones and social media has opened new research avenues for travellers in search of adventures. This week’s #TravelChatSA looked at the most popular social media platforms and how they are being used by visitors and the local industry.
South Africa’s top tourist attractions and establishments were honoured at the Lilizela Tourism Awards at Gold Reef City. The businesses from across the country were acknowledged for their work in growing and sustaining the critical sector.
The Soweto Festival Expo showcases a variety of goods and services, and provides entertainment for the entire family. The expo also supports local entrepreneurs, contributing to the greater Soweto’s economy and community.
Durban’s not all about sun, sand and surfing. Contrary to urban legend, Durbanites are as diligent as their Johannesburg and Cape Town counterparts, and there’s no shortage of conference venues to prove the point.
Tourism coach and speaker Shaun van Eck will deliver key talks during the next leg of the national South African Tourism roadshows, to educate stakeholders about creating a holistic and memorable tourism experience.
Now in its seventh year, the E-Tourism Africa Summit examines how the travel industry and modern technology are coming together, and how you can best take advantage of online tools to help your business.
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