Legend Hospitality Group has exhibited at this year’s Tourism Indaba in Durban, making it the 21st consecutive year the leading tourism organisation has appeared at the show.
The group has seen many changes over the years, one of the most recent changes being the expansion of their portfolio.
Legend has extended its reach and its product offering with the acquisition of three properties: Brenaissance Wine & Stud Estate in Stellenbosch, Montpellier Wine Estate in Tulbagh and Critchley Hackle Lodge in Dullstroom.
The addition of the two wine estates has extended Legend’s footprint into the winelands and opened the doors for properties in the Western Cape, while Critchley Hackle Lodge is the first Legend property situated in Mpumalanga.
Legend has further plans for expansion in the not too distant future.
Mart Cilliers, chief executive of Legend Hospitality Group, stated: “We are absolutely thrilled to be exhibiting at our 21st Tourism Indaba this year.
“Indaba has always been a very important platform for us to meet with buyers from around the globe and showcase what Southern Africa has to offer.
“We believe that the unique offerings within the Legend portfolio will be further complemented by the new products recently included and we look forward to introducing a couple more products and offerings to our portfolio in the not too distant future.”
Legend Hospitality Group, with its head office in Pretoria, now operates 18 lodges, hotels and resorts across South Africa, Botswana and Mozambique.
The Legend group specialises in offering various exceptional experiences to travellers from all walks of life.
Their main aim is to provide guests with the opportunity to embark on African adventures and create memories that will last a lifetime.
Legend Golf & Safari Resort is considered the World’s Leading Safari Resort by the World Travel Awards.