Acknowledged as the leading travel show in Africa, Breaking Travel News has today been reporting from Indaba during the second day of the event in Durban. Here we meet some of the key players in the regional tourism sector and get their thoughts on developments in 2011 and what the future holds.
Indaba 2011 is proving a successful show for Zimbabwean tourism, with stakeholders reporting that they have sealed a number of deals. The development has raised hopes that the country’s tourism sector is on the road to recovery after years in the wilderness.
Travel and tourism between London and Durban has received a shot in the arm with news of a new direct flight between the two cities, unveiled at Tourism Indaba today. The Comair direct fly will run between London Gatwick and King Shaka International Airport, Durban.
Delegates have been gathering at the Indaba travel and tourism show in Durban for the second day of the annual event. This year the theme is “Playing globally, winning locally”, which encapsulates the ideals of shared and inclusive growth and job creation in the South African tourism sector, to be achieved by establishing a strong international presence in support of becoming a global player.
BTN talks to Theo Cromhout-Director of Sales and Marketing- The Taj Cape Town @ Indaba 2011
BTN talks to Julian Katz, Director of Sales and Marketing for Fairmont Zimbali Resort @ Indaba 2011
BTN talks to Karikoga Kaseke Chief Executive of Zimbawe Tourism @ Indaba 2011
BTN talks to Reuben Louw from SOJO @ Indaba 2011
BTN talks to Paul Gardiner, Sales and Marketing Director of Mantis @ Indaba 2011
BTN talks to Pete Richardson from Legend Lodges,Hotels and Resort @ Indaba 2011
BTN talks to John Dixon - Mygr8 Tourism Services @ Indaba 2011