While Table Mountain was named Africa’s leading tourist attraction, it still needs your vote to clinch victory in the ‘world’ category!
Bali authorities have begun a steady easing of restrictions as the country sees a decrease in daily confirmed Covid cases and deaths
With its picturesque mountains, forests, deserts and coastlines, it is no surprise that South Africa is among the top trending travel destinations on Travel TikTok.
Kwazulu-Natal tourism establishments were almost at full capacity at the weekend hinting at a return to normalcy for the sector.
It was recently agreed upon that a joint team of scientists would advise the South African and British governments to get South Africa off the red list.
This year’s ‘World’s Best Awards’ survey saw Cape Town take top honours as the number one city in Africa and the Middle East.
The optimism of Americans beginning to return to South Africa’s shores has been shortlived, with the US now advising its nationals against travel to South Africa.
Restrictions under Level 4 Lockdown regulations are having a severe impact on South Africa’s aviation, hospitality and tourism sectors.
Direct flights from the US and the increasing number of American tourists to SA is good news for the country’s tourism sector.
Entries have opened for an annual film festival that rewards excellence in travel and tourism video production.
KZN tourism resorts in the Midlands and the Drakensberg are fighting to bring tourism back to its former glory after suffering a devastating blow due to the recent COVID-19 Lockdown restrictions. These popular tourism destinations did not escape the pandemic that lead to a loss of revenue but when the beaches were closed during […]
The Garden Route town of Plettenberg Bay has lost many millions in revenue thanks to the December beach ban.
Struggling businesses are spoiling for yet another fight with insurance companies over Business Interruption cover.
Ongoing restrictions and the global travel slump are hampering one of South Africa’s top establishments.
The return to Level 3 is already having severe consequences for the beleaguered industry.
Rumours about the reintroduction of localised lockdowns are creating fear and uncertainty for South Africa’s struggling tourism sector.