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A range of Southern Africa’s’ best tourism products while attracting international buyers and media from all corners of the world. INDABA is the largest tourism marketing event on the African calendar and one of the top three “must-visit” events of its kind. INDABA is owned by South African Tourism and has won the awards for Africa’s best travel and tourism show. This award was presented by the Association of World Travel Awards. Exhibitors include provincial authorities, provincial products and African countries. At the Durban ICC (International Convention Centre), exhibitor categories include accommodation, tour operators, game lodges, transport, online travel, media publications and industry associations. Outdoor exhibitors include transport, camping and safari companies. INDABA has a dedicated following of local and international media that provides extensive coverage of the exhibition for the local and international markets through radio, television, newspaper and dedicated travel publications.
Challenge yourself with the Mandela Day Triathlon
Here, we bring you some of the best on-screen locations that you can experience on your next trip to South Africa – and which films to watch before you visit!
Discover the traditional South African curry dish - bunny chow
Attention beer lovers! 🍻 Discover the newly launched Brew Route on our story today, catering to all of your local craft desires.
It’s rugby’s ultimate adventure, the greatest tour of all. Every four years the very best players from England, Ireland, Scotland and Wales unite as one to undertake a truly remarkable journey.
Mkhuze Game Reserve, in northern KwaZulu-Natal province’s vast iSimangaliso Wetland Park, has varied habitats where you can see rhino, elephant and other game, big and small, plus 420 bird species.
South Africa’s 19 national parks boast unique landscapes, abundant wildlife and birdlife and accommodation ranging from 5-star safari lodges to camping.
The unofficial KwaZulu-Natal beer route boats some of the best craft and micro-breweries in the country.
Kitesurfing in South Africa is concentrated around the coastal areas, stretching from Cape Town to Port Elizabeth and Durban.
South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal province, whether in Durban or up and down the North and South Coast, has some world-class surfing breaks for visitors, especially from June to August.