Sunday, 21 October 2018

Tourism News

  • First global gastronomy tourism startup competition launched19 October 2018, 8:32 am
    The World Tourism Organisation and Basque Culinary Center (BCC), have launched a pioneering initiative for the gastronomic tourism sector, with a global call for startups or companies, mature or emerging, technological and non-technological, with innovative ideas capable of revolutionising and integrating gastronomy in tourism and inspiring tourists with new ways and reasons to travel.Read more......
  • Creating smart cities for innovative tourism experiences18 October 2018, 3:40 pm
    The UNWTO Conference on City Breaks: Creating Innovative Tourism Experiences concluded in Valladolid, Spain on 16 October 2018, with a call for cities to become smart tourism destinations, where tourism governance and the digital economy mesh together to offer travellers diverse and authentic experiences.Read more... | Send to a friend
  • M&C Saatchi Abel gives light to new Nelson Mandela Bay precinct17 October 2018, 10:49 am
    M&C Saatchi Abel has led a consortium that has won a bid to design a new precinct for Nelson Mandela Bay to honour Madiba's contribution to South Africa, as well as elevate the city's status as a hub for socio-economic transformation, tourism and employment opportunities. The city hosted a competition open to all South Africans to submit their ideas, but it was the Nelson Mandela Bay Tower of ...
  • Cape Town nominated as world's leading festival, events destination17 October 2018, 8:40 am
    Image Supplied.</span>The City of Cape Town, recognised as the Events Capital of Africa, has been nominated as World's Leading Festival and Events Destination at the 2018 World Travel Awards, set to take place at the Pátio da Galé, in Lisbon, Portugal, on 1 December 2018.Read more... | Send to a friend
  • Growing safari tourism is vital to SA's game reserve industry16 October 2018, 11:20 am
    On a recent visit to Shamwari Private Game Reserve new wildlife rehabilitation centre near Port Elizabeth, in the Eastern Cape, Tourism Minister, Derek Hanekom commented on the benefits of conservation work, saying that growing safari tourism is vital to sustain and develop South Africa's game reserves; the conservation work they do and the benefits they bring to surrounding communities - this whi...

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