The Garden Route National Park has seen visitor figures almost double during the SA National Parks Week campaign
“As custodians of Table Mountain, we need to protect and preserve the attraction's natural and cultural heritage whilst minimising our environmental footprint and maximising the positive social effect that we have."
The Business of Wine & Food Tourism Conference 2017 saw those operating in the Cape's wine, food and hospitality industries gather to glean insights from local and international specialists
If the domestic tourism industry expands so that it caters for everyone in the country rather than focusing on traditional tourists, it has the potential to contribute significantly more to the economy
Airbnb, on World Tourism Day, celebrates a successful pilot programme which aimed to empower locals from underprivileged communities in South Africa through home sharing training
FEDHASA says its members are committed to practising sustainable tourism and adhering to the United Nations' World Tourism Organisation's mandate
"The tourism sector is also constantly evolving and it is important that young people are part of this growth our young people will be the tourism industry leaders of the future."
It's vital for us to travel responsibly, ensuring a sustainable tourism industry that will allow future generations to experience the wonders of travel too
Through these experiences, travellers will become ambassadors for the country and an unprecedented travel movement will be born
Kruger Lowveld Tourism recently held its annual Tourism Month Roadshow, engaging local tourism organisations (LTO's) and governments across the region
South Africans will be treated to an extended Heritage weekend - from Saturday, 23 September 2017 to Monday, 25 September 2017. Here are four things to do this Heritage weekend.
Heritage Day falls on a Sunday, which means you get the Monday off, so if you want to get full relaxation out of your downtime, then South Africa's smaller towns come highly recommended.
Avukile Mabombo 21 Sep 2017
Seamless travel and personalisation are two trends that are predicted to continue to disrupt the travel industry in the next decade, according to Amadeus' latest study
Jannine Adams 19 Sep 2017
As we celebrate Tourism Month, there's an opportunity for us to acknowledge what achieving open skies in Africa would mean for the business community and business travel in general
Oz Desai 18 Sep 2017
In a month-long partnership with Citi Bike which will see South Africa's unique art and culture taking to the streets of NYC, SA Tourism's aims to encourage New Yorkers and visitors to the city to travel to SA
The Sanlam Top Destination Awards ceremony saw 35 accommodation establishments walk away winners. The evening, themed #MyHeartBeatsAfrica, recognised the local entrepreneurs that have
With self-drive cars, hyperloops, and holograms all on the immediate horizon, we can look forward to a range of new travel roles in the near future
Nelson Mandela Bay is currently hosting the SAYTC Conference which brings together youth from around SA to participate in dialogue and future opportunities for the industry during Tourism Month
CEO of Tourism, Sisa Ntshona shared his thoughts on global and local tourism and how we, as locals, can do our part in helping the South African economy through travelling locally
Robin Fredericks 12 Sep 2017
To honour South Africa's top hospitality establishments, Discount Traveler is celebrating National Tourism month with the third annual Sanlam Top Destination Awards, with winner announcements
South African Tourism's new brand film which showcases a story of an inspiring, colourful and warm country, tells the story of Bheki
South African Tourism announced the provincial finalists for the 2017 Lilizela Tourism Awards - drawn from an extremely competitive field of more than 1,600 entries
Over-tourism has become a major problem throughout Europe. Diversifying the tourism experience away from the crowds is key to solving tourism overcrowding
The demise of the travel agent has been a favourite topic in media articles over the past decade. Today's headlines, however, prompts for survival and adaptation