ITB 2023: St. Ange Delivers New Initiatives for World Tourism
Alain St. Ange spoke about the need for Tourism Destinations and everyone involved in tourism to take stock of what existed before as key USBs
ITB 2023: Lifetime Achievement Award for St. Ange & Bartlett
Both Alain St. Ange and Edmund Bartlett were singled out for their successful lifelong journey in tourism and for their continued innovation…
South Africa Confirmed as Must-Visit by Global Celebrities
South Africa’s hospitality and beauty leaves an indelible mark on everyone who visits. As the comments prove: South Africa is a destination that has it all…
St. Ange & Kenya’s Tourism Minister Malonza Reunites at ITB
Speaking to the press later, St. Ange said the that he had discussed about tourism and the region’s importance in the industry with Minister Peninah Malonza.
ITB 2023: South African Tourism Aims for Growth Acceleration
As ‘Team South Africa’, we go to ITB as a formidable collective that is passionate about marketing our country and finding the best partners… – Ndlovu
My Zanzibar Honeymoon 4: Good Ol’ Stone Town
Zanzibar is a wonderful place with beautiful beaches, clear, blue waters, refreshing seasonal juices, delicious cuisine and greetings of Jambo wherever you go.
Seychelles’ Coco de Mer: A Fruit Exotic and Iconic
Often compared to a female’s buttock, its distinct shape, is the main reason for its admiration and as a tourist, this is the best souvenir of the Seychelles you could possibly take home.
Plett Tourism to Launch New Trails App at WTM Africa 2023
The Plett Trails app will be introduced to the tourism market at WTM Africa 2023 at the Cape Town International Conference Centre from 3-5 April 2023
ITB Berlin: St. Ange & Other Industry Heavyweights to address Tourism Fair
Ministers of Tourism of different countries are set to meet at ITB Berlin, as several heavyweights of the tourism industry will address a global audience…
South Africa: Endangered Seahorse with Eggs Spotted in Plett
To spot the world’s most endangered seahorse, you need a bit of patience apparently and a good eye. If it is sighted carrying eggs, well that’s a big plus!