SAT welcomes ANZ contingent to Indaba

SAT welcomes ANZ contingent to Indaba
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South Africa Tourism (SAT) welcomed Australian and New Zealand hosted buyers and tourism operators at a networking function the night before the first day of trade show Indaba.

“We are excited to have a solid group of industry professionals here with us to share in, and celebrate, the world-class tourism product South Africa offers Australian and New Zealand travel agents and travellers,” SAT general manager Australasia Lalie Ngozi said.



South African Tourism's hosted buyers enjoyed an open air Zulu cultural experience of delightful singing and dancing, overlooking the Valley of a Thousand Hills on their first day in Durban, South Africa. They will partake in a post-Indaba famil until 18th May, which will see them visit Umhlanga Rocks, &Beyond Phinda Private Game Reserve and Cape Town. 


Lisa Pagotto, McLachlan Tours Product Manager, Lalie Ngozi, South African Tourism Country Manager: Australasia, Yana Shvarts, South African Tourism Marketing and Communications Manager: Australasia, Caroline Clegg, World Journeys Marketing Manager, Susie Taouk, The Ultimate Traveller Director and Melyne Nercessian, South African Tourism Marketing Assistant: Australia and New Zealand at Zack’s – North Beach.

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