A walk in the woods

There’s nothing quite as magical as a walk in an indigenous forest on the Garden Route.

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Joint media statement on the meeting between the Minister of Home Affairs, Malusi Gigaba and the Minister of Tourism, Derek Hanekom

  • Media and StakeholderTrade
The Minister of Home Affairs, Minister Malusi Gigaba and the Minister of Tourism, Minister Derek Hanekom met on Wednesday, 30 July 2014 in Cape Town to discuss the impact on the tourism sector of the new Immigration Regulations which came into effect on 26 May 2014.Key…
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Family friendly: Travelling with children in South Africa

  • August 01, 2014 by Cassidy Parker
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Travelling with a family can be a daunting undertaking. The number of things to consider – from places to sleep and places to eat, to child-friendly facilities and appropriate activities – can leave you feeling a little overwhelmed. However, holidaying with a family in South Africa has quite the opposite effect ...

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Cape Town Tourism reappointed city’s tourism agency

  • July 31, 2014
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Cape Town Tourism is to continue marketing the city for another three years following the signing of a three-year agreement with the City of Cape Town.

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Weekend getaways

What makes an ideal weekend getaway? This was the topic for this week’s #TravelChatSA.

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Highlighting hospitality: SAB World of Beer to host 5th annual Concierge Conference

  • July 30, 2014
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The 5th annual Concierge Conference, which takes place on 17 September 2014 at the SAB World of Beer in Johannesburg, is a skills-development initiative that brings together players in the four- and five-star hospitality industry from across the country.

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SA swimmers shine at Commonwealth Games

  • July 30, 2014 by Keith Nicholls
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South African swimmer Chad le Clos further cemented his reputation as one of the world’s top swimmers with a stunning performance at the Commonwealth Games.

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Take the kids to the Bartolomeu Dias Museum in Mossel Bay

Mossel Bay on the Garden Route is a bucket-and-spade kind of seaside town, but if the weather’s not great then there’s an excellent alternative for the kids, where they can scramble around a real caravel that once sailed from Portugal to South Africa.

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Discover Durban's Mitchell Park Zoo

  • July 30, 2014 by Christine Marot
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Durban’s only zoo has a wide variety of species such as duiker, raccoon, wallaby, mongoose, marmoset, as well many beautiful endemic and exotic birds, including flamingos, scarlet ibises and hornbills.

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Super brands at 100% Design

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100% Design South Africa, presented by Dauphin HumanDesign® Group, Conde Nast House & Garden and The Home Channel is packed full of amazing brands from the residential, hospitality and office interior design and design industries, proving that 100% Design South Africa is unsurpassed in its line-up of leading design giants from far and near. The show will run from the 6th to the 10th of August at Gallagher Convention Centre.

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