From Scottburgh, Umdoni area right to down Port Edward in the South and more to be confirmed in the famed and breathtaking hinterland – the South Coast of KwaZulu-Natal is offering a splashdown of note. Young and old, adventurous or not, it is time to get that sun lotion on and get in on the fun.
When did your clients last have a whale of a time on some of sunny South Africa’s best beaches? Let this be a teaser towards bringing their MICE business down here in 2015 and to encourage provincial and national events to be hosted here. And how to do that? Enjoy over 99 event days during December and January alone.
On another note, has a reputation of crime been a deterrent? If so, its’ not going to be a deciding factor any longer. Through an initiative set up by Ugu South Coast Tourism’s CEO Justin Mackrory and its’ stakeholders, The Sunny and Safe Campaign hinges around the following interpretations of the campaign’s ethos. Comfort, peace of mind and a stress free and relaxed environment. Welcome to the sunny South Coast. These key words are underpinned by local businesses efforts to reduce any form of negative experience that could potentially be deferred through increased awareness and higher collaboration with neighbours, emergency services, the municipality and other tourism bodies.
Through a highly pro-active media campaign, local businesses will be supporting this campaign whilst educating visitors’ simultaneously.
For more information on the Sunny and Safe campaign, please contact Ugu South Coast Tourism on 039-682 7944 or email firstname.lastname@example.org Attention: Nikki Tilley.