With international tourism gearing up after the nearly two-year-long pandemic induced hiatus, one of Indians' favourite destinations, South Africa, is wooing back the tourists from this part of the world. The hotel industry in South Africa is upbeat once again. Sherene Allaman, Vice President—International Sales and Marketing, Sun International, speaks to IBNS-NITN editor Sujoy Dhar on why their property should be on the bucket list of travellers with different budgets
Washington/UNI: The United States and Australia have issued official orders restricting travel from South Africa amid the growing concerns of the new Covid-19 Omicron variant.
Lima/Xinhua: Peru has extended the suspension of commercial flights from South Africa, Brazil and India until July 11 to prevent the spread of COVID-19, the government announced Saturday.
If you are planning for a trip to South Africa, you might be aware that this place is home to 11 national languages, 6 distinct ecosystems, and 3 capitals. It also boasts the richest field of gold in the entire world and has relations of race that always take the attention of the news channels. Moreover, this country is host to zebras, giraffes, leopards, and even lions that roam around freely. However, South Africa visa renewal is not the only requirement. Prior to visiting this place, you must take into consideration several preparatory tips other than that this article will provide you with.
New Delhi/IBNS: As new strains of Coronavirus surfaced in India, the Centre issued a fresh set of travel guidelines for all incoming international passengers.
Kolkata, Feb 14 (IBNS) Lots of things about South Africa are making news now. The Indian Cricket team winning the ODI series on home grounds after 25 years. Cape Town on the verge of going dry for lack of water in a few months after long consecutive drought years.
Kolkata, Jul 19 (IBNS): Kolkata is the only city where she was asked about South African literature, about major art galleries and museums, on her multi-city tour in India, said Hanneli Slabber, Country Manager India, South African Tourism, at a recent meeting in Kolkata.