National Tourism Stakeholder Forum feedback

National Tourism Stakeholder Forum (NTSF) meeting feedback 22 September 2017  

National Tourism Stakeholder Forum (NTSF) meeting feedback 22 September 2017   

Sam Wenger, National Tourist Guide, Representing the Institute of Professional Tourist Guides of SA(IPTGSA) and Gauteng Guide Association (GGA) and Tourist Guide’s interests in general, attended the whole day meeting at the Park Inn Hotel, Sandton, on 22 September 2017.

Eastern cape IPTGSA Roadshow

In the drive to promote and get the Institute to all corners of SA  our roadshow is moving to Port Elizabeth. Knowing that tourist guides are busy this time of year and dont have plenty of time to take off and attend meetings the IPTGSA has been invited to join a meeting hosted by Tourism Association of the Sunshine coast (TASC) to introduce the Institute to the tourist guides .

Talks at Maropeng GP

Have you heard about the Magaliesberg vulture restaurants? Or about Dwarsvlei, a farm north of Krugersdorp that was the site of a “forgotten” battle during the South African War (Anglo-Boer War)? We’ve got a treat for you at Maropeng during the Magalies Rocks the Cradle festival: a series of public talks by three celebrated experts.

The African Bird Fair GP

BirdLife South Africa is pleased to announce that The African Bird Fair will take place on Saturday 9 and Sunday 10 September 2017 at the Walter Sisulu National Botanical Garden, Roodepoort.

iSimangaliso : Re-development KZN

Theme: Restoration and Re-development of the Park (Land consolidation, infrastructure, economic benefits, invasive alien control, siyaqubeka deal, game reintroduction, estuarine rehabilitation, tourism

Flight for birders course CTN

DATES: 15 and 16 October 2017 VENUE: Auditorium, NG Church, Stellenbosch West, 3 Alexander Street, Stellenbosch. COSTS: R 550-00 that include the course notes & certificate endorsed by BirdLife South Africa. Kindly note that gift vouchers for attendance of the course are now also available: an ideal gift for friends and family members interested in nature in general and birds in particular.

Introducing the cultures of the Cape

Introducing the cultures of the Cape – taking form our heritage to use in our culture. This time the focus is on the Khoinkhoin.