Cape Town Tourism says it is encouraged by the recovery in tourism numbers seen in the Mother City, in April of 2022.
The organization’s CEO Enver Duminy says this up-tick in visitor numbers was seen in both the domestic and international tourism segments.
Duminy says in March of 2022 they recorded a 72% recovery in domestic arrivals and a 62% recovery in international arrivals.
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- Delta Airlines cleared to fly to Cape Town.
- KLM Royal Dutch Airlines increases flights between Cape Town & Amsterdam.
The success of Africa's #TravelIndaba 2022, as well as the latest reported travel recovery rate by CTIA for April (76% for Domestic Arrivals and 74% for International Arrivals) are all indicators that our sector is getting back on track!#travel #tourism #destinationmarketing pic.twitter.com/aveOEIUQMa
— Cape Town Tourism (@CapeTownTourism) May 11, 2022
The City of Cape Town has opened its revamped Visitor Experience Centre.
Situated in City Hall, and launched in collaboration with Cape Town Tourism, the centre offers visitors and locals a wealth of information on tourist attractions and experiences in and around the Mother City.
Cape Town Tourism CEO, Enver Duminy.
Duminy says the centre is a perfect launch-pad from which to explore Cape Town.
Follow the launch event here.
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- Lessons learnt from first and second wave helped the Western Cape suppress the severity of the third wave.
Media interviews following our amazing livestream event, on the topic of re-imagining tourism!
— Cape Town Tourism (@CapeTownTourism) September 1, 2021
We are leading the tourism charge.https://t.co/65Ynwm0Dr9
— James Vos (@VosJames) September 2, 2021