Cape Town Tourism played an active and supportive role in optimising visitor safety in the city. While the primary role in safety belongs to local law enforcement agencies, they collaborate where possible to achieve more.
An eye-catching aviation theme forms the heart of a fresh room refurbishment at Protea Hotel by Marriott O.R. Tambo Airport in Johannesburg, South Africa.
Conservation-led travel company &Beyond has opened the brand new Tengile River Lodge, taking the level of luxury in South Africa’s Sabi Sand Game Reserve up to a new level.
South African Airlines (SAA) will increase frequencies between Washington DC’s Dulles International Airport (IAD) and Johannesburg’s OR Tambo International Airport (JNB) via Accra’s Kotoka International Airport (ACC) to five flights a week, starting April 02.
AC Hotels by Marriott, Marriott International’s European-inspired lifestyle brand, announced the opening of AC Hotel Cape Town Waterfront marking the debut of the brand in Middle East and Africa.
President Ramaphosa of South Africa is a Travel & Tourism job creation champion for his ambition to double the number of people employed in the sector, according to Gloria Guevara, CEO, World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC).
21 South African tourism entities and companies visited the Middle East to meet with the region’s leading outbound travel professionals and showcased their touristic offerings and promoted the unique attractions and experiences that South Africa has to offer as a leisure, honeymoon, and business travel destination.
Cape Town Marriott Hotel Crystal Towers hosted a unique, limited edition chefs menu with secret dishes and flavour combinations to tantalise the palate.
Rugby sevens in Southern and East Africa has gained much-deserved momentum over the recent years and, with it drawing in more spectators, including international tourists.
80 young people from Cape Town got to enjoy the experience of a lifetime, celebrating Mandela heritage and footprint in the city. Hosted by Cape Town Tourism, learners from two marginalised areas around Cape Town Langa and Khayelitsha, were given the opportunity to walk in Nelson Madela’s footsteps and to learn about his life and legacy, particularly how Cape Town formed part of the former-presidents life, in commemoration of the Mandela Centenary celebrations this year, and during tourism month.