South Africa Tourism roadshow will be held in Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, and Mumbai.
South Africa Tourism is all set to host its annual roadshow in India from March 7 to March 11. The roadshow will be held in Delhi, Ahmedabad, Bengaluru, and Mumbai.
The approximately 20-member South African trade delegation will educate Indian trade partners to sell the destination holistically, responsibly and safely. In addition to experiences, representatives from accommodation establishments, destination management companies, South African Provinces, SMEs and women-owned companies will showcase their products and services, while engaging Indian travel and trade associates.
Neliswa Nkani, Hub Head – MEISEA, South Africa Tourism, says, “As a brand, we have big plans for India, which features on our list of top three priority markets globally. With a major emphasis on the quality of our exhibitors, the roadshow is a testament of our firm commitment to the evolved Indian traveller who is looking for value-driven, adventurous, offbeat, diverse, and memorable experiences – all in one place!”
South Africa, which remains open to Indian travellers, is also processing tourist visas on priority to support travel.
“The pandemic taught us that the only way to do tourism is – together! We look forward with fond anticipation to meeting all our partners, friends and advocates of South Africa, in-person. Even as borders open, we are confident that this edition will be more successful and impactful than ever before in terms of business conversions,” she says.
At present, several stop-over flights fly from India to South Africa, including Emirates, Qatar Airways, Ethiopian Airlines and Kenya Airways. Travellers from India to South Africa will be required to produce a negative PCR test, not older than 72 hours from the time of departure from the country of origin to South Africa.