Cape Town has just been voted the 3rd top city in the world to travel to in 2014 by Lonely Planet. 2014 will be a big year for Cape Town and for South Africa. The country celebrates 20 years of democracy and Cape Town will wear her crown as World Design Capital.
Fiona McIntosh falls in love with a Chardonnay from Meerlust Estate.
With a love for the great outdoors, there’s no place quite like the Overstrand region for Bob Skinstad, retired Springbok rugby player, to spend time with his family.
Chris Buckingham, previous CEO of Destination Melbourne, shared great insights on the link between liveability and visitability at the recent Travel and Tourism Summit held in Johannesburg.
The inaugural South African Travel and Tourism Summit was held in Johannesburg this past week. Here is the first of a series of blog posts exploring the value of the traveller and new trends in destination marketing.
We are in the age of the urban tourist. For Cape Town there is no better time to invest in its urban tourism marketing proposition than 2014.
Top local and international tourism leaders are billed to speak at the inaugural South African Travel and Tourism Industry Summit.
The debate on what makes Nelson Mandela Bay sellable as a tourism destination will gain traction this week when former head of Cape Town Tourism meets with industry leaders for an interactive session aimed at unlocking new possibilities in destination marketing.