Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
Birds of Eden the largest free flight bird aviary in the world, Plettenberg Bay Garden Route Adventures South Africa
Monkeyland and Birds of Eden provides the primates and birds at the sanctuaries with a stable environment, one with permanence and where there is definitely no exploitation.
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Growth Forecast For Tourism In Satoday's News

The travel and tourism sector in South Africa is expected to grow 3.6% during 2014, while globally, the sector is expected to grow by 4.3%.

This is according to World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), which undertakes an economic analysis of the impact of the travel and tourism sector in 184 countries every year.

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Fee Hikes At Attractions A Headache For Guides


Tour operators believe local attractions should be more cognisant of the way they operate as fee increases cause frustration, which, in some cases results in attractions being left off itineraries.

Allan Theron of Western Cape Tours, says his clients usually pay for themselves on private tours but when he had a group from Estonia on a coach tour of Cape Town he needed to charge them beforehand. He says he confirmed the rates with a number of tourist sites last year but when he contacted them in January, a few were different to what he had originally been quoted.

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Say No To Extinction


Support The Endangered Wildlife Trust by ordering your Tekkie Tax stickers NOW!

The Challenge!


The inaugural Tekkie Tax campaign in 2013 was a huge success with R2.4 million being raised for many NGOs in various sectors. This year the campaign launches on Friday, the 30th of May, and you can show your support for the Endangered Wildlife Trust by placing your order for stickers with Debbie Thiart at debbiet@ewt.org.za or call on 011 372 3600011 372 3600/1! Each sticker is R10 and entitles you to wear your tekkies to work, at home, shopping – wherever you choose – on the 30th of May. You will not pay for the stickers upon ordering them - you will only pay the Endangered Wildlife Trust for the stickers once you have sold those you bought. All unsold stickers are to be returned to the Endangered Wildlife Trust at the conclusion of the campaign. Play your part in ending extinctions and support us!

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Wtm Vision Conference – Cape Town To Profile Fast-growing African Travel Industry

The latest forecasts for Africa’s rapidly growing travel and tourism industry will be unveiled at the World Travel Market (WTM) Africa Vision Conference - Cape Town.

The WTM Vision Conference – Cape Town, which takes place during the inaugural WTM Africa on Friday 2 May, will also debate the crucial impact of mobile on the tourism industry and showcase the best mobile apps and case studies.

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Traveling Zoos And Petting Zoos


Traveling zoos and petting zoos are bad news for animals and humans. They subject animals to the stress of transport, alien environments, irregular feeding and watering, mishandling, and crowds of strangers.

Many children and adults have been mauled by tigers, primates, and other animals who are used as props in photo shoots, and countless people have been sickened—and some have died—after contracting diseases from animals in petting zoos.

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