City of Cape Town Executive Mayor, Alderman Patricia de Lille, today confirmed the events that the City will host to honour the late Nelson Mandela.Read more
Most tourism businesses likely have a niggling awareness that they could do more for the planet and local people. But what to do, and where to start? How much effort and money will it take? And how to fit greening and caring into the long list of daily tasks of a small business?Read more
Unfortunately, safety and security concerns remain the biggest reason for people not wanting to visit our destination. Cape Town Tourism aims to empower our members to be prepared and ready to inform and assist visitors to the Mother City as effectively as possible.Read more
World Design Capital Cape Town 2014 has launched its official programme for next year together with the details of the 450 recognised projects. Over and above these projects, the programme will also include a design project in each of the City’s 111 wards that will be initiated by the community, as well as emphasizing existing signature design-related events in Cape Town.Read more
Travel bloggers dream of getting paid to do the two things they love most: travel and write.
But not everyone consumed by wanderlust, with a DSLR camera and a knack for WordPress, is going to get a thumbs-up from travel companies for all-expenses-paid trips to go jungle-trekking in Thailand, hot air ballooning over the Serengeti or Pina Colada sipping on the beach in Mauritius.Read more
Building on the very successful #LoveCapeTown results of 2012, Cape Town Tourism celebrated Tourism Month with another exciting campaign to shine the spotlight on all that the Mother City has to offer. During this year’s campaign #LoveCapeTown appeared in twitter users’ timelines more than 51.8 million times - a growth of 52% compared to last year. #LoveCapeTown was also used very successfully on other social media platforms like Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram and a variety of blogs.Read more