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IIn less than a week, the Pan African global travel showcase, Africa’s Travel Indaba, will kick off at the iconic Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (Durban ICC) from the 13th to the 16th of May 2024.

Throughout the four-day event, an array of activities is set to unfold, fostering knowledge exchange and deal-making aimed at enticing more travelers to explore the African continent.

With the imminent arrival of both local and international guests, the host city has instituted various measures to ensure their comfort and enjoyment during their stay. Whether indulging in a leisurely stroll along the beach promenade or immersing themselves in the city's captivating sights and sounds, attendees are promised an unforgettable experience.

Renowned for its hospitality and dynamic culture, Durban remains a top destination for both leisure seekers and business travelers. Collaborating with Durban, the province of KwaZulu-Natal (KZN) has bolstered security measures, particularly in tourist hotspots and around the Durban ICC Precinct. To facilitate seamless navigation, the province will deploy ambassadors through its tourism agency to assist visitors with directions and information.

Mayor Cllr. Mxolisi Kaunda reaffirmed the city's dedication to visitor satisfaction, citing Durban's track record of successfully hosting major events. He also highlighted the city's accolade as Africa's leading Festival and Events destination for three consecutive years, as recognized by the World Travel Awards.

Africa's Travel Indaba 2024 serves as a catalyst for transformative growth and connectivity. Delegates are encouraged to contribute to the dialogue, share their perspectives, and become integral to the evolution of African tourism.

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