The City of Cape Town has officially launched its Domestic Tourism Campaign.
The City’s Economic Growth and Tourism Directorate says it has been working non-stop, since the announcement of the recent international travel bans, to ensure the Mother City remains ready to receive visitors.
Mayoral Committee member James Vos says the initiative was developed in partnership with Cape Town Tourism and encourages South Africans to experience and visit the City’s tourist activities and attractions.
Vos says the campaign offers South Africans discounted prices on inbound flights, hotel stays and activities. Visit capetown.travel for the latest deals and special offers.
- City of Cape Town’s destination marketing campaign launched.
- Table Mountain has again been voted Africa’s Leading Tourist Attraction in the World Travel Awards.
- The City of Cape Town & Cape Town Tourism to further boost efforts to revive the City’s tourism sector.
Cape Town pivots to domestic traveller campaign.
'We are waiting to welcome you with open arms, and can’t wait for you to safely experience the best our city has to offer' – Mayor @Geordinhl
— City of Cape Town (@CityofCT) December 6, 2021
Our beautiful and diverse city is ready to welcome you and your family for the festive season. pic.twitter.com/sCviMH1VRw
— Geordin Hill-Lewis (@geordinhl) December 6, 2021
Premier Alan Winde has encouraged Mother City residents to make use of the Vaxi Taxi initiative to get their Covid-19 vaccine.
The initiative uses two EMS ambulances and visits residents in their communities, allowing easier access to an injection.
Since its launch in October, the initiative has already vaccinated around 2000 Cape Town residents in the Gugulethu, Kuilsriver and Khayelitsha communities.
Get the latest Western Cape Covid-19 updates here.
- Fourth wave of Covid-19 to hit the country by the middle of December.
- Only healthcare workers, at this point in time, will receive a booster shot of a Covid-19 vaccine.
- Phaahla: “Lessons learned in first three waves helped country prepare for the next wave.”
We have now surpassed 4 MILLION vaccines administered in the Western Cape👏
Thanks to everyone involved in our vaccine programme & to every single person who chose to get vaccinated. If you are 50+ or with comorbidities, please get vaccinated as soon as you can. #LetsDoThis pic.twitter.com/RdJyIFCQZ8
— Premier Alan Winde (@alanwinde) November 23, 2021
— Premier Alan Winde (@alanwinde) November 22, 2021