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Travel Indaba excited by President’s ‘tourism’ speech

Africa’s Travel Indaba is one of the largest tourism marketing events on the African calendar and one of the top three must-visit events of its kind on the global calendar.

It showcases the widest variety of Africa’s best tourism products and attracts international buyers and media from across the world. It is here that a delegation of Cape Whale Coast tourism role-players were in attendance from Thursday 2 May to Saturday 4 May.

This year’s Indaba was brought forward with a week at a very late stage due to a clash with the election date. It was the biggest and arguably the best Indaba as President Cyril Ramaphosa addressed delegates on the final day of the Indaba at the Durban International Convention Centre.

Representatives from 25 countries doing business with buyers from 80 countries had a chance to hear the President speak and they were not disappointed.

The Cape Whale Coast and a number of tourism product representatives were there to listen to his message.

Despite the President’s busy schedule in the final days leading up to the elections he kept to the theme of the event – tourism.

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