South Africa has the perfect blend of ingredients to provide the ideal backdrop for any international event. Luxury, adventure, wildlife, magnificent scenery, efficient infrastructure and rich culture diversity. Few regions in the world can match the fun, beauty and excitement you will find in South Africa.
South Africa has been one of the fastest-growing tourist destinations in the world. The climate, the accessibility, the location between East and West, the rich cultural heritage and the favourable exchange rate all combine to make South Africa a popular destination for more and more international visitors.
One of the most geographically varied countries in Africa, South African has within its borders scenic attractions from the dramatic, arid landscapes of the northwest to the forest-fringed coastline of the Garden Route; from the flat, dry Karoo interior to the craggy Drakensberg Mountains in the east; from the manicured vineyards of the Cape, to the flower fields of Namaqualand and the bushveld of the Kruger National Park.
Blue skies, big game safaris, wilderness areas, and the promise of a sun-drenched beach holiday are what draw most visitors to South Africa. But the cultural diversity and the warmth and spirit of the people make it an even more inspiring place to explore.
At the foot of the vast continent of Africa is Cape Town, is South Africa’s mother city. Cape Town, is set in dramatic landscape of exquisite natural beauty, nestled between the majestic Table Mountain and sea, and is widely regarded as one of the most beautiful cities in the world.
Cape Town has so much to offer as a tourist destination. It is blessed to have South Africa’s top 6 tourist attractions within one-hour drive of the city centre: the breath-taking Table Mountain – easily accessed on the cable car; the emotional and inspiring trip out to Robben Island; the Waterfront with its vibrant retail and entertainment areas; and a lazy day sampling world-class food and wine in the beautiful Winelands. The drive along the Peninsula to Cape Point has few international rivals and boasts some of the Cape’s best seaside restaurants. And last but not least is Kirstenbosch Botanical Gardens on the slopes of Table Mountain. Kirstenbosch is a wonderful showcase of the unique diversity of South Africa’s flora, especially the world-renowned fynbos of the Cape Floral Kingdom.
Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC)
With the iconic presence of Table Mountain in the background, the Cape Town International Convention Centre (CTICC) is a multi-purpose venue offering a unique combination of world-class venues and facilities, service-orientated flexibility and professional staff committed to exceed the expectations of clients and guests.
Ideally located on Cape Town’s foreshore, adjacent to the Waterfront, the central business district and leading hotels, since opening in 2003 the CTICC has put Cape Town on the map as a major international conference destination. Today the CTICC is multi-award-winning industry leader.