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Tourism services update

Since the 2010 FIFA World Cup™, reports from our Visitor Information Centre (VIC) network and partners have indicated that the last quarter of 2010 was a promising period for the tourism industry.

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Partnerships in tourism to evolve product development

This year, Cape Town Tourism – in partnership with the City of Cape Town, Cape Town Routes Unlimited, Tourism Enterprise Partnership and South Africa Tourism – will present a series of product development workshops, aimed at informing and advising members of the local tourism industry about market trends as well as creating market-related packages.

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Cape Town’s international tourism season is only just beginning

Findings from Cape Town Tourism industry surveys conducted in November and mid-December 2010 confirm that more domestic visitors arrived for the holidays, albeit in many cases at the last minute.

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The vibe from abroad: Where will the Brits be travelling in 2011?

What a year for travel 2010 has been; it began with the unprecedented closure of European airspace when that Icelandic volcano erupted, strikes by airline staff, the collapse of tour operators and subsequent vulnerability of independent and uninsured travellers, and came to a pitiful year-end when some major European airports were exposed for the weak link they are in the international travel chain when the weather gets bad.

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The impact of the Dewani incident on local tourism

In the last weeks and days (and especially in the light of new speculations and revelations surfacing almost hourly), I have been asked by national and international media as well as members of our tourism industry to comment on the effect of the Dewani tragedy on tourism in Cape Town.

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Tourism industry surveys reveal cautious optimism for summer 2010/2011

Cape Town Tourism has launched a series of tourism surveys to better understand and prepare for the summer season ahead.

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Cape Town to host SITE international conference

Cape Town International Convention Centre will host the Society of Incentive and Travel Executives (SITE), a global non-profit organisation dedicated to improving incentive travel, for their international conference from December 4 to 7, 2010.

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Relais & Châteaux Association holds 36th annual congress in the Mother City

The Relais & Châteaux Association – a collection of some of the world’s finest hotels and restaurants – held its 36th annual congress in the Mother City on November 9, 2010.

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The vibe from abroad: Another world travel market, another challenging destination

WTM is over for another year and the exhibitors scatter to the winds, back to their offices, exhausted after four days of intense smiling, late nights, too much coffee and unhealthy dining.

When WTM moved from Earls Court to ExCeL in 2002, the uproar was deafening and included such memorable reasons why it was all so bad; “I will have to travel east when I arrive at Victoria station” and another horror “where on earth is ExCeL?”. So it was with a mixture of amusement and sadness that I find these sentiments still very much in evidence in 2010. Smug exhibitors staying in west London were clearly feeling self-satisfied compared to those unfortunate souls having to make do with the local accommodation options.

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