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For the love of the Cape New rental marketing concept spreads good hope
Since Airbnb took the world by storm with the no-fuss convenience of its platform, you might think that there was no further room for innovation in the online property rental
13 Aug 2018
Industry Opportunity Grows Tourism Student Numbers On The Rise As Industry Opportunities Grow
With the continued expansion of the tourism and hospitality industry in South Africa and the rest of Africa, prospective students are increasingly opting to qualify for a career
31 Jul 2018
SA draws international students SA draws international students for field guide training
Tourism levels in South Africa are at an all-time high and according to the World Travel and Tourism Council it’s believed that this industry will contribute more to the
30 Jul 2018
Register Now For Must-Attend Cape Winelands Tourism Conference Reserve your place by 31 July, and enjoy a 33% saving.
Seats are selling fast for the annual The Business of Wine & Food Tourism Conference, now in its third year. Set to take place at the Spier wine estate in Stellenbosch on 17
05 Jul 2018
WTM Africa 2018 WTM Africa 2018 celebrates a phenomenal three days!
A fitting tribute to the potential of tourism in Africa, WTM Africa 2018 has closed its doors to its most successful exhibition to date, with attendees from all over the world,
25 Apr 2018
PRESS RELEASE Day Trippers take their tours to the next level
More and more tourists are using their mobile phones to book tours and attractions, with 79% of travellers doing so in 2017 - a 9% increase in the number who made bookings via
12 Mar 2018
Paradise of the Zulu Kingdom South Africa’s KwaZulu-Natal South Coast
The South Coast region of KwaZulu-Natal, South Africa, is approximately 30 minutes’ drive south from Durban, starting at Scottburgh until Port Edward. It’s known as
16 Feb 2018
Fairy-tale forest Experience the magic of Graskop Gorge
The countdown to the opening of the Graskop Gorge lift development is underway. While visitors can expect a tourism experience that is unique to Africa, an important element of
16 Feb 2018
Reach for the sky On top of the world in Lesotho
From a historical perspective, Lesotho, barricaded by the Maloti mountains and entirely surrounded by South Africa, resembles the eye of a hurricane. From Basutoland’s
19 Jan 2018
Time to unwind Take a sho’t left and catch the tourism bug
From a romantic bae-cation in Mpumalanga to an adventurous bay-cation with besties in Nelson Mandela Bay, South Africans may be pleasantly surprised by how easy, affordable and
19 Jan 2018




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