KZN MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Ravi Pillay kicked off the start of Africa’s Travel Indaba with a thumbs up at the KZN stand and a walkabout at Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre Complex today, 2 May till 5 May 2022.

The Africa’s Travel Indaba will be attended by close to 4000 delegates, which will include over 200 International Buyers and close to 100 members of the international media. Exhibitors will be showcasing their best tourism products and special offers to the regional and international market.

The tourism industry wants delegates to leave KZN knowing that the province boasts an overabundance of tourism products and services that exceed other provinces and build confidence for buyers that KZN is the top destination to visit and a province that has it all.