South Africa showcased in Sydney roadshow

South Africa Tourism’s ‘My South African Adventure’ campaign touched Sydney on Wednesday evening, promoting the destination with a number of trade, business tourism and consumer activities targeting ...

The future of tourism in South Africa beyond 2010

The year 2010 represents a golden opportunity for South Africa as a nation to win not just on the football field as host nation of the 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP, but on the global tourism stage.

The future of tourism in South Africa beyond 2010

The year 2010 represents a golden opportunity for South Africa as a nation to win not just on the football field as host nation of the 2010 FIFA WORLD CUP, but on the global tourism stage.

Tourism boost for Egypt

Vigorous campaigning on Australian television, bus sides, magazines and newspapers have proved successful for Egypt after a 17.8 percent increase in Australian visitors for the first half of this yea...

South African Tourism Reveals Adventure Ambassador

After an intense two month search for the US's next great adventurer, South African Tourism has unveiled the face of its Adventure campaign - Ben Lewis, a 42 year old from Olympia, Washington, who wi...

Indian Ocean tourism’s greatest golden goals

Twelve hundred key "movers and shakers" will attend the most important event of the year for the region's travel and tourism industry on Wednesday, July 7 at the Sandton Conventon Centre, Johannesbur...

South Africa scores goal for economy, tourism

The 2010 FIFA World Cup has been a major boost to both South Africa's economy and tourism industry, and officials hope the benefits will continue long after the competition's final whistle.

South Africa scores goal for economy, tourism

The 2010 FIFA World Cup has been a major boost to both South Africa's economy and tourism industry, and officials hope the benefits will continue long after the competition's final whistle.

Arrivals to PNG offering good news

Papua New Guinea has posted another record number of overseas arrivals with a 25% increase in arrivals from Australia in the first quarter of 2010, according to the PNG Tourism Promotion Authority.