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The Northern Cape Province is pulling out all the stops to wow visitors to Africa’s leading travel trade show in Durban from 16 – 18 May.  

 At the 2017 INDABA, the Northern Cape showcased not only their exceptional leisure tourism opportunities, but also their burgeoning incentive travel portfolioINDABA 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 Southern Africa's best tourism products and attracts international buyers and media from across the world. INDABA is owned by South African Tourism and organised by Pure Grit Project and Exhibitions Management (Pty) Ltd. 

The Board Chairperson of the Northern Cape Tourism Authority, Mr Collin Fortune indicated that the Northern Cape offers an unsurpassable selection of tourism offerings.  “The Northern Cape offers visitors extreme nature, extreme culture and extreme adventure and each of our five regions has its own unique character and charm.  Due to its geographical spread, the Northern Cape is a province that celebrates its diversity and as such appeals to a wide tourism audience,” He said. 

President Jacob Zuma visited one of the Northern Cape exhibitors Ms Mpho Cornelius,  from the Workshop Ko Kasi, an African Spa and a Township Café based in Mothibistad, Kuruman.

In recent years, the Northern Cape has become one of Southern Africa’s fastest growing business destinations. The splendid natural beauty of the province combines with the renowned hospitality of its people and value-added packages make the Northern Cape an appealing destination to the Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Events (MICE) market.  

The province offers world-class accommodation and eventing facilities, convenient transport, logistics, communications and financial services to suit every requirement for meetings, conferences, events and exhibitions.  In addition, the myriad of incentive activities and value-for-luxury propositions throughout the province have proven irresistible to the ever-growing incentive market.


Last Updated on Wednesday, 07 June 2017 08:45  

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