World Tourism Day (27 September) – or, as we like to call it in South Africa, Tourism Month. Nice idea. But it misses the point.
Classic Rail – the private consortium that’s working to restore train services on the historic Knysna-George railway line – is pressing on with repairs to the section between Knysna Station and Keytersnek Siding, while at the same time attending to…
Look, it’s simple: the law requires anyone who works as a guide to be properly trained and registered and blah, blah, blah… But do we have enough guides? And are they good enough?
With 2016’s municipal elections behind us, newly appointed councillors have begun taking their places on the boards of tourism bureaus around the country. But do they know what they’re doing there?
Beautiful bikes standing in polite lines greet you when you walk into Knysna’s new motorcycle museum – but if you look deeper, you’ll agree: the bikes aren’t the real attraction.
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