Now in its third year, the My Cape Town campaign is coordinated by Cape Town Tourism in partnership with major attractions like Table Mountain Cableway, the V&A Waterfront, Cape Point, City Sightseeing and various others. It encourages locals to experience their city as a tourist would, often through new eyes. Cape Town Tourism will give away
R355 000 worth of vouchers to Cape Town attractions through a series of competitions on local radio stations and in community newspapers.
Cape Town Tourism announced today that it has appointed Ogilvy as its advertising agency for the remainder of the organisation’s financial year.
In response to a Request for Proposals for the development and execution of a global marketing campaign for Cape Town; to help grow demand for the city in key global and domestic markets, ten agencies submitted credentials. From those three agencies were short-listed.Read more
Cape Town Tourism is set to co-host the fourth annual eTourism Africa Summit taking place at the Cape Town International Convention Centre on September 15 and 16, 2011.Read more
Please join us at the Southern Sun Cullinan Hotel in Cape Town at 10h30 on Tuesday, August 23, to meet chefs from around the world and learn about how they are raising funds to fight hunger.Read more
World Tourism Day is celebrated on 27 September each year as a day earmarked by the United Nations to celebrate tourism and its social, economic and environmental benefits. This year’s theme is linking cultures – a theme which truly reflects Cape Town’s rich heritage and cultural diversity.
Table Mountain National Park (TMNP) today launched its latest limited entry access card - My Green Card – which was produced in association with Hi-Tec. The card, available exclusively to Cape Town residents, provides twelve free entries into any of the TMNP pay-points– Cape of Good Hope (Cape Point), Boulders Penguin Colony, Oudekraal, Silvermine and the braai/picnic areas at Tokai, Newlands and Perdekloof. The cost of the card - R80 - is linked to the cost of one adult entry into Cape Point. It will increase to R85 on November 1, 2011, in-line with South African National Parks annual tariff increases.Read more
Cape Town has said farewell to the World Design Capital’s selection committee, represented by Dilki de Silva (Canada) and Martin Darbyshire (United Kingdom). The two were in the city from Sunday, July 24 till Wednesday, July 27, for a whirlwind tour of what makes Cape Town a true contender for the role of World Design Capital 2014. Cape Town was the last stop on their itinerary of short-listed cities, after Bilbao (Spain) and then Dublin (Ireland).Read more
Fancy yourself as a wine judge? 100 Women 100 Wines is looking for women from all over South Africa to enter a competition to become a wine judge for a weekend. This two-day wine affair, new to the Cape Town events calendar, takes place on August 27 and 28, 2011 at the Victoria & Alfred Hotel in the heart of the V&A Waterfront.Read more
Globally, the tourism sector is battling in the face of tough economic times and rapidly changing travel behaviour. Cape Town is no exception. As a long-haul destination over-dependent on markets hit hardest by the global economic recession and still plagued by seasonality, the city’s tourism sector could face a further decline unless decisive action is taken.Read more