AAVEA launches boosting attractions, visitor experiences in Africa

Earlier this month, the African Association of Visitor Experiences and Attractions (AAVEA) celebrated its inception with a digital media launch, with the aim to unify and elevate the attractions sector...

15 Mar 2019

Sampling the six-star dining aboard Crystal Serenity's Waterside restaurant

On the night of 12 March 2019, we had the once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to dine aboard the Waterside restaurant while the Luxury Collection's Crystal Serenity was docked at the Cruises Terminal of the V&A Waterfront. Here's a taste of the experience...

By Leigh Andrews 15 Mar 2019

Table Mountain Cableway extends its student special

The Table Mountain Aerial Cableway has extended its student special. It will now be available to all student card-holding students seven days a week - the discounted tickets cost R150 return and R80 one-way...

15 Mar 2019

What to expect from Allée Bleue's #MayDayMeander

This March, a select group of bloggers attended the #MayDayMeander media day at Allée Bleue in Franschhoek...

By Leigh Andrews 13 Mar 2019

Mozambique means business with 5 bleisure day trips near Maputo

Mozambique has seen a phenomenal increase in demand for meetings, conferences, incentives and events in recent years, a trend that is likely to continue to intensify with the recent opening of the country's new Maputo-Katembe suspension bridge...

By Dorine Reinstein 7 Mar 2019

Tanzania, Rwanda tour operators partner to promote tourism

"The key objective of TATO and RTTA strategic partnership is to increase the length of stay of tourists visiting the two countries as we have the comparative advantage of complementarity of tourist products."

By Adam Ihucha 6 Mar 2019

6 fun things to do in Newlands

From its majestic Josephine Mill Museum and Brewery Tours that take you back in time, to its trendy Dean Street corridor, Newlands will satisfy anyone from hipsters to history buffs.

6 Mar 2019

New Cape Point SA initiative calls on local artisans to enter

Recognising the limitations that local informal artisans in Cape Town face, the Cape Point Concession and Tourvest Destination Retail have embarked on an initiative to temper challenges faced by these craftspeople...

27 Feb 2019

Growing tourism with innovative visitor experience design technology

Visitor attractions form the backbone of tourism, but to ensure continued growth in visitor numbers tourism destinations will need to stay on the forefront of global visitor attraction trends and technologies...

25 Feb 2019

Africa's Travel Indaba 2019 dates brought forward

The 2019 Africa's Travel Indaba will take place from 2-4 May 2019 at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre in Durban...

13 Feb 2019

Vilakazi Street to be the blueprint for township tourism

The Department of Tourism's Director-General (DG) Victor Tharage, led a senior multi-departmental government delegation to meet with tourism stakeholders around the Vilakazi Precinct...

13 Feb 2019

Africa's Travel Indaba to be rescheduled

SA Tourism has announced that the 2019 Africa's Travel Indaba will be rescheduled, after the president confirmed 8 May as the date of the country's general election...

8 Feb 2019

Go off the beaten track, explore a city of wonder with Walk Japan

Walk Japan's CEO Paul Christie lets us in on what the plans are for the South African market and what the overall response from travellers have been...

By Robin Fredericks 7 Feb 2019

dhk completes 12,000m2 Battery Park in Cape Town

Architecture and urban design firm dhk has completed Battery Park, a 12,000m2 urban park situated at a key entranceway to the V&A Waterfront in Cape Town...

30 Jan 2019

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