South Africa is a popular tourist destination, with around 860 000 arrivals per month around 210 000 from outside the African continent. This contributes to revenue adding up to between 1% and 3% of GDP generated by the tourism industry. Among the main attractions are the diverse and picturesque culture, the game reserves and the highly regarded wines.
South African Tourism is mandated to market South Africa internationally as a preferred tourism destination. Part of business is to monitor and evaluate the performance of the tourism sector.
Department of Tourism
Department of Tourismis one of the departments of the South African government. It is responsible for promoting and developing tourism, both from other countries to South Africa, and within South Africa.
Tourism and the Law in South Africa
The first part of Tourism and the Law in South Africa provides an introduction to the main features of the South African legal system. The aim is to explain the basic principles as clearly as possible in such a way as to make the study of Tourism and the Law in South Africa possible to academically
Information about tourism in South Africa has been summarized as follows;
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