2017 the year of Oliver Reginald Tambo, asks of us to deeply interrogate how we are using our efforts to achieve unity and eradicate inequality in our society. His commitment to this vision for his country is aptly tied to our journey as one of the key players in the tourism sector. We understand that the realisation of his vision in our space demands of us to set the economic inclusivity and transformation agenda in all our efforts and engagements.
The Globus Travel Award took place last week on 26 January 2017 at Steigenberger Frankfurter Hof, Germany. Over 300 tourists were among the nominees, travel agencies and panel of judges to witness the well-deserved accomplishments of each office on the night.
Media Registration for one of Africa’s biggest business events trade show is now open! Members of the media can now register for accreditation for Meetings Africa 2017, taking place from the 28th February to 21st March 2017 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, South Africa.
It gets under your skin and creeps into your heart. The Karoo is a magical place of open spaces and warm hospitality. Oudtshoorn, Beaufort West and Prince Albert are just some of the iconic Karoo must-see towns with so many interesting and soul-filling activities. A place of wide-angled horizons, rugged mountain ranges and a sky so big that at night it feels like you could reach for the stars.
It may come as no surprise that South Africa has just secured the Destination Award for Wildlife & Nature at the recent Travel Agents Choice Awards held at the World Travel Market in London this November.
Another successful provincial Speed Marketing session was held in the charming town of Bela Bela, including Waterberg products and other products in surrounds of Limpopo – a province that boasts not only a picturesque landscape bustling with diverse African wildlife but top-notch accommodation lodges, hotels, B&Bs and thrilling adventure establishments too.
The South Africa National Convention Bureau (SANCB) unveiled the preliminary results of its three-year study into the South African business events industry at the IBTM World conference in Barcelona, Spain.
Domestic and International Tourism has seen an increase in South Africa in the first half of 2016. This is positive and encouraging information which generates an optimistic sense for the 2016/2017 summer season for the entire Tourism Sector.
The information regarding the increase in numbers can be found below.
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