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Alexander Moore participates in WTM-London

Alexander Moore (SAP Gold Partner), is proud to announce that will be exhibiting at World Travel Market 2014, the leading global event for the travel industry. Alexander Moore has the opportunity to present to the Travel Tech Show TravelOne® (www.b1travelone.com), ...

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Big Names on board for SETE 2014

This years’ Sports and Events Tourism Exchange (SETE) conference and exhibition, taking place at the Durban International Convention Centre (ICC) on 29 and 30 October, will see top South African names from Cell C and Nedbank featuring alongside that of ...

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City Sightseeing inaugurates in Dubai

Header Image Caption: L-R, Iain Andrew, DSVP dnata Travel; Jose Eugenio Salarich, Ambassador of Spain in the UAE; Gary Chapman, President Group Services & dnata, Emirates Group; Enrique Ybarra, Presidente & CEO City Sightseeing; Abdulla Tawakul, SVP Corporate & Regional ...

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WTM-Africa Marched for Elephant and Rhino

Saturday 04 October was a momentous day in the fight to stop the senseless poaching of our precious wildlife here in Africa. Globally, 136 cities marched to protest. 38 of those cities were in Africa (18 in South Africa). At ...

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WTM-London Launches Preview

The WTM Preview has just been published. Please view via the link below: http://content.yudu.com/A34xig/Preview2014?utm_source=skwtmpreviewmediapartner&utm_medium=Banner&utm_campaign=skwtmpreviewmediapartner141014

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23 Accolades for Hilton Worldwide

Hilton Hotels & Resorts has been recognized as Africa’s Leading Hotel Brand at the finals of the renowned World Travel Awards 2014, voted for by travel agents worldwide. At the Europe Gala Ceremony, which took place in Athens, Greece, on ...

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Cover Story October

With October being synonymous with beer, primarily due to the Oktoberfest, which is celebrated not just in Munich, Germany but worldwide, we thought it appropriate to dedicate this edition to the world’s favourite tipple (after water and tea). Beer is ...

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The Wonderful World of Beer

The SAB World of Beer is a sophisticated event and conference venue in Johannesburg’s trendy Newtown area. Since opening its doors nearly 20 years ago, it has become one of the country’s top attractions for foreigners and locals alike, and ...

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Open Skies for Africa

“The potential for growth in tourism will not be realised unless we open the skies in Africa.” Gillian Saunders – Grant Thornton. The liberalisation of Africa’s skies could spark significant growth in the tourism industry. Projections indicate that liberalisation between ...

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SA’s Tourism Growth Spurs Property Investment

Over the past 20 years, the tourism sector’s contribution to South Africa’s gross domestic product (GDP) has increased significantly – with an average annual average real growth rate of 7.3 percent – an attractive proposition for both domestic and international ...

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13 Tips to surviving as a Small Tourism Business

Main image: Paul Miedema and Nelson Sebezela of Calabash tours. Operating a small tourism business in South Africa can be tough. Tourism Tattler asked tourism stalwart Paul Miedema of Calabash Tours for some tips and lessons learnt in operating his ...

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South Africa Leads the Way in African Tourism

South Africa not only continues to lead the way when it comes to attracting the largest numbers of foreign visitors to Africa, but studies have shown that there has been impressive growth in the number of visitors from European countries ...

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WTM Africa 2015 Preparations Underway

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Event Review – Greyville Exhibition and Events

Tourism Tattler joined over 500 media, hospitality, corporate and government event organiser representatives at Durban’s Greyville Racecourse on Thursday 18 September, to discover what the Greyville Exhibition and Events Company has to offer the travel trade. By Tourism Tattler Director, ...

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How to Brew your own Craft Beer

Guests appreciate the unique aspects provided by their hospitality host, so why not try brewing your own craft beer. Brew master Dean Langkilde shows Tourism Tattler how. GETTING STARTED You have two options here: buy the beer kit, which provides ...

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Customers & Risk

In Part 1 (page 36 – August issue), I categorised risk into five categories, namely; 1. PEOPLE, 2. MONEY, 3. LAW, 4. SERVICE and 5. ECOLOGY. I will be dealing with the risk profile of each, i.e. broadly speaking the ...

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Club Med Val Thorens Sensation

Opening in December 2014, in the heart of the world’s biggest and best ski domain is Club Med’s newest addition. As the highest ski resort in Europe with direct access to the heart-racing slopes of the Three Valleys in the ...

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Shop and Savour at Gabriëlskloof Market

Ho Ho Ho…off to Gabriëlskloof young and old should go, when this prominent wine estate, perched high on the outskirts of Bot River in the Overberg, dons its festive bells and whistles for the popular Favourite Things Market on 12 ...

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The History of Souvenirs

Souvenirs are a multi-million dollar business and have always formed a crucial part of the travel experience. Holiday Inn has mapped the evolution and history of souvenirs, tracing the very first travel mementos through to their modern day equivalents. By ...

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New Executive Chef for Conrad Pezula

Conrad Pezula Resort & Spa is proud to announce the appointment of executive chef, Desmond Morgan, to carry on the legacy of the establishment’s renowned food philosophy. “As an experienced chef with over twenty years residency in the hospitality industry, ...

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Air Seychelles adds Madagascar to Network

Air Seychelles, the national airline of the Republic of Seychelles, today announced the launch of direct flights to Antananarivo, Madagascar, commencing 3 December 2014.* The twice-weekly flights to the capital’s Ivato International Airport (TNR) will be operated using a two-class ...

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