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Rethinking tourism at #eTAS15

  • Trade September 21, 2015

This year’s summit explored how the digital space can best be used within the tourism space, based on the assumption the majority of consumers are…


#MeetSouthAfrica's coastal playground: Durban

  • Blog September 21, 2015 by Riefkah Adams

Beaches, sun, culture and cuisine – Durban has it all. Come experience what this popular coastal city has to offer ...


Horseback trails in Hartbeespoort

Find out more about horses and enjoy a selection of horseback riding tours in the Magaliesberg foothills.


New self-catering village opens at Fordoun Hotel and Spa

New offering at KwaZulu-Natal’s Fordoun Hotel and Spa is sure to be popular with families.


Joburg nightlife

  • Blog September 19, 2015 by Camilla Kohlmeyer

Johannesburg is a multifaceted city, often described as the powerhouse of Africa. During the day it is all work, but at night this city likes…


Day 2 of #eTAS15 highlights the ever-changing world of online travel

  • Trade September 18, 2015

The e-Tourism Africa Summit (#eTAS15) looks at the state of online travel, examines the latest trends and offers insights into how companies can grow their…


Miarestate Boutique Hotel & Spa on the Wild Coast

If you’re looking for wild beauty, spectacular scenery and that get-away-from-it-all experience, then take yourself off to a gorgeous little hideaway in the Eastern Cape.


Faces of the Northern Cape

  • Blog September 18, 2015 by Camilla Kohlmeyer

The heart of any place beats because of the locals living there – the colourful personalities whose faces tell a story. Meet the people of…


#eTAS15 focuses on selling experiences

  • Trade September 17, 2015

Now in its eighth year, the e-Tourism Africa Summit (#eTAS15) looks at the current state of online travel, examines the latest trends and offers insights…


See South Africa at a leisurely pace – on a Vespa

  • Blog September 17, 2015 by Willem Steenkamp

You get scooter riders, and then you get Vespa riders – the people who’ll take their beloved machines anywhere. And in South Africa, that’s a…