south african tourism

Destinations

South African Tourism welcomes visa waivers for seven countries

South Africa has relaxed visa requirements for seven countries, while Travel Weekly’s editor is relaxing on the office chaise lounge while the intern feeds him grapes.

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Tourism

South Africa aims to double arrivals by 2030, as Tourism Minister champions sustainability and inclusivity

by Nancy Hromin

Travel Weekly’s roving reporter is on the ground in Durban, and we’ve got this insightful piece to prove it.

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Events

Africa’s Travel Indaba sets new date

Africa’s biggest travel show has been moved forward, much like Travel Weekly’s staff lunch break, which we’ve decided to move forward by three hours. Don’t tell our boss.

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Travel Agents

Big Fat Agent Wrap

The agent wraps are our favourite thing to do on a Friday. Well, that and research places to go for lunch. And bars to go to for happy hour. But agent wraps come a close third.

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Travel Agents

Big Fat Agent Wrap

Not to toot our own horn, but this is one of the best agent wraps we’ve ever done. And no, it’s not the lunch time beers talking here.

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Travel Agents

Big Fat Agent Wrap

Our brain is fried from post ‘Yes’ vote hangovers and being forced to work five whole days this week, and yet we still managed to whip up this tantalising Agent Wrap.

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Travel Agents

Win your way to a South African adventure!

Attention agents – this is a PSA to let you know you could win a spot on an amazing South African famil. Yes, we shouted this through a megaphone before typing.

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Tourism

INDABA 2017 moves dates

by Kate Webster

The biggest tourism trade show in Africa, INDABA, will next year be held from 16 – 18 May.

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Tourism

Women in Travel: Lalie Ngozi

We chat to South African Tourism’s country manager, Australasia, about being travel-obsessed, trust, and pumping South African tunes in the office.

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Tourism

South Africa more than just safaris

by Hannah Edensor

With Australia one of the driving tourism markets in South Africa, the industry is keen to promote the region as more than just a safari hotspot.

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Travel Agents

INDABA the “engine room” of African tourism

by Hannah Edensor

INDABA 2015 is poised to be the world’s greatest representative for African tourism.

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Travel Agents

Delegate feedback brings INDABA shake up

by Hannah Edensor

INDABA has kicked off for its 2015 season, taking past feedback on board to enhance the trade show’s offerings.

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