The Africa Travel Week Trends Report, launched at WTM Africa 2022 this week, has unveiled the ten most important trends that will determine travel and tourism to Africa in a post-pandemic world. Emerging patterns include African cuisine taking place at the global table, greenwashing no longer cutting it, and slow tourism’s coming of age.
The first Africa Travel Week taking place in Cape Town from April 28th-May 3rd is set to deliver hundreds of buyers with proven intent of placing travel business within Africa. They will come from 40 countries and are being fully Hosted by the organisers of WTM Africa, ILTM Africa, and IBTM Africa.
Thebe Reed Exhibitions has announced Africa Travel Week - comprising ILTM Africa, IBTM Africa and WTM Africa - has received the full backing and support of the Western Cape Province and the City of Cape Town. The strategic partnership in this long awaited inaugural three in one travel and tourism event, will ensure the City of Cape Town and the province as a whole can fully engage alongside the organisers to maximize the impact the region will have on the major features, events and experiences that all participants can enjoy during Africa Travel Week.
Reed Travel Exhibitions has announced further details of its exclusive global Hosted Buyer Programme ahead of Africa Travel Week early next year. Comprising WTM Africa, ILTM Africa and IBTM Africa, Africa Travel Week will host 500 dedicated travel industry buyers and specialists from over 30 key source markets.
Reed Travel Exhibitions has announced the launch of IBTM Africa. The 2014 event will take place at the Cape Town International Conference Centre (CTICC) complex in the West Ballroom from 28th-30th April and will be part of Africa Travel Week.
Reed Travel Exhibitions has announced it will launch ‘Africa Travel Week’ at the Cape Town International Convention Centre. The event – which will run from April 28th-May 3rd next year - will comprise three co-located shows; WTM Africa, IBTM Africa and ILTM Africa.