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South Africa’s Historic Routes Lead Groups to Where the Wild Things Are

At the southernmost tip of Africa, where the Atlantic and Indian Ocean meet, it’s not uncommon to see a cluster of Harley-Davidson’s flittering along the Western Cape.
South African Wine Adventures

5 South African Wine Adventures

With a season that runs year-round—in summer and autumn, the vineyards are most scenic, and harvest takes place from January through March—the possibilities are endless.

5 Reasons to ‘Buzz’ About the South African Bush and Beyond

Thousands attended Meetings Africa 16, a high-energy trade show held at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg this past February. Exhibitors came from South Africa and 15 other countries, all under the banner, “Advancing Africa Together.” Here’s a sample of what had meeting and event planners buzzing.
South Africa, meeting planning

Unearthing the Past in South Africa

There's something about South Africa that seeps into your soul.
Zhiwa Ling Hotel

National Geographic’s Unique Lodges Collection Benefits Small Groups

“These lodges’ outstanding service and experiences in addition to their commitment to sustainability make them ideal for small groups or incentive trips.”

South Africa CSR Program Wins 2014 Crystal Award

220 preschoolers now have brand new running shoes as the result of a CSR program by Genband and its DMC, Dragonfly Africa, during the company's incentive trip to South Africa.

Simply the Best: Site’s 2014 Crystal Award Winners

Announcing Site's 2014 Crystal Award winners, from the UAE's biggest incentive trip ever to a CSR program that delivered running shoes to preschoolers in South Africa.
Lounge at Table Bay Hotel, Cape Town

Table Bay Hotel: One of Cape Town’s Best Kept Secrets

Top tier hotels, fabulous nightlife, recreation and gorgeous views of Table Mountain, make Cape Town an ideal South African destination.
High tea at the Royal Livingstone

‘Money Can’t Buy’ Experiences at the Royal Livingstone in South Africa

The Royal Livingstone hotel hotel rests on the banks of the Zambezi river, offering a warm welcome of hippo and elephants to groups who arrive by boat.
Sandton Convention Centre, Johannesburg

Meetings Africa Encourages Advancing Africa Together

At Meetings Africa 2014 at the Sandton Convention Centre in Johannesburg, the “Advancing Africa Together” theme continued. "It’s a very easy delegate-boosting destination. We can sell first-class infrastructure and then a safari pre- and post-visit."
Gold Restaurant Pulse of Mali Performance

Gold Restaurant Offers Groups a Taste of Africa

As Cape Town is a very cosmopolitan, modern city, guests can easily forget they are in Africa. A meal at Gold reminds them that they are in Africa, a unique country with a variety of tastes, sounds and rhythms.
Sabi Sabi Bush Lodge

Sabi Sabi Busch Lodge – Chasing Cheetahs in the African Bush

Our driver, Solomon, took our group off-roading to get within arm’s length of a mother elephant and her two twin calves at her feet.
StreetSmart South Africa

South Africa Builds Sustainable Communities Through Visionary CSR

In South Africa meeting/event planners are combining environmental sustainability and social/economic development through innovative group programs by local organizations.
Table Mountain & Lagoon Beach Hotel

Meetings Africa 2013: Johannesburg & Cape Town

South Africa is an enviable group experience offering affordable luxury, impeccable weather and authentic cultural experiences.

South African Tourism: Not Just Once In A Lifetime.

South Africa is the land of miracles and wonders, the business hub of the African continent and one of the world’s fastest growing business destinations.
V&A Waterfront, Cape Town

Cape Town’s V&A Waterfront Combines Trendy Conference, Hotel & Dining Experiences

Where is the best big city destination offering the most facilities and services in-demand from planners and attendees today with the highest ROI/ROE? We have a few ideas and Cape Town is near the top of the list.

Q & A with Stroebel Bekker, South African Airways

Prevue asked Stroebel Bekker, Head of Sales, North America for South African Airways, for his thoughts about cultural and creative programs and events. Q: What...

Culture Q+A with South African Tourism Board

Prevue asked Laura Saeger, Business Tourism Manager, South African Tourism, her thoughts on Culture Trends. Q: How does the destination incorporate its culture into group...
South Africa Convention Bureau

Good Business: Q&A with Laura Saeger at New South Africa Convention Bureau

Backsberg Winery The new South African National Convention Bureau launched this past spring to address the growing worldwide demand for meetings, incentives and events in...
Hier

One&Only Resort Cape Town Offers New Art Tours for Groups

  The 131-room One&Only Resort in Cape Town is beefing up it eye-catching art installations to complement the already stunning views of Table Mountain from...
penguins

South Africa. Leave Ordinary Behind.

South Africa is the land of miracles and wonders, the business hub of the African continent and one of the world’s fastest growing business...

Group Booking Bonus to East Africa

  Ten Paying Passengers Get One Free* Tour Conductor Ticket New York – JFK / Washington, DC – IAD to Nairobi / Entebbe / Dar es...
Delayer Graff Estate

Choppers, ‘Coptors, Cape Town + the Winelands

In the last decade, South African wine country—aka, the Cape Winelands—has expanded to over 600 wineries, making it the 8th largest producer in the world.
Singita Ebony Lodge

When You See a Baby Elephant on Safari, Keep the Motor Running

Our guide Samuel spots the herd of seven elephants walking about a 1/4 mile away parallel to us. He knows instinctively where they’re going.
Delaire Graff Estate

South Africa

Organic Shiraz in the Wineland? Check. Namibian rebeye at Nobu? A must. Baby elephant encounter on safari? Yes (but keep an eye on mom). The meeting of a lifetime? Seriously.

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