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Impressive array of tourism products awaits at the show for African travel fanatics A treasure chest of small “gems” offering the modern traveller unforgettable African experiences, plus plush luxury establishments that redefine the meaning of five-star travel – that’s just a taste of the variety that’s on offer at this year’s Africa’s Travel Indaba, which will shine a spotlight on the continent’s finest tourism products and services from 8 to 10 May 2018.
Tourism product owners and industry leaders in the travel, adventure and hospitality industry from these areas and surrounds gathered together to meet SATSA-accredited tour operators to network, promote their offerings and build relationships, with the aim to encourage future business ventures.
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After a recent trade hosting visit, it was clear that this route has so much to offer the local traveller.
EMBARGOED UNTIL 11h00 on Tuesday 16th May South African Tourism board has selected Tourism KwaZulu-Natal as the successful bidder to host the newly rebranded Africa’s Travel Indaba for the next five years following a comprehensive bidding process which started with an expression of interest to all provinces.
To help with improving service excellence, the annual South African Concierge Conference themed “Share, Inspire and Shine” brings together industry experts to network with guests, share valuable tips and gain insights into this respected profession.
Over three days, the trade hosted sessions gave a variety of tourism facilities the opportunity to present what they had to offer to local operators who are responsible for packaging and selling the area to tourists and local visitors.
Just over 52 exhibitors from South Africa will join the more than 10 000 exhibitors from some 187 countries in what is regarded as the foremost platform for conducting tourism-related business.
Extracts from the study, based on two years of research, were shared with key decision-makers and media at the leading global event for the meetings and events industry, ahead of the final findings being released in 2017.
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The aim of these workshops is to highlight and provide a platform to promote local businesses in the tourism and hospitality industry, strengthen current relationships between these industry leaders and encourage future business ventures.
Meetings Africa showcases the continent’s diverse tourism services and products from across the African continent where MICE (Meetings Incentive Conference and Exhibition) industry professionals partner to contribute to the transformation our continent.