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Holding our breath

Posted on Sat June 19, 2021.

Over the last couple of months the entire tourism industry has been holding its breath. There are moments that entices one to think that one can catch a breath of fresh air, but it’s only temporary…no calm, energising and harmonious breathing in-and-out as yet.

While we keep holding our breath, we have that clear goal in front of us, that keeps us going – the goal to rebuild our tourism industry in a responsible, safe, diversified and sustainable manner for a better, and stronger future.

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Meet the smile behind the mask...featuring Agulhas Country Lodge, Cape Agulhas

Posted on Fri November 6, 2020.

“Meet the smile behind the face mask” featuring Cape Country Routes Member Agulhas Country Lodge, Cape Agulhas

Interview with Owner of Agulhas Country Lodge: Sue Fenwick

All Cape Country Routes members, accommodation establishments and activity products alike, are owner run and managed. There are real people and real families behind these products...so let's meet the smile behind the face mask!

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Meet the smile behind the mask...featuring De Zeekoe Guest Farm, Oudtshoorn

Posted on Sun October 11, 2020.

“Meet the smile behind the face mask” featuring Cape Country Routes Member De Zeekoe Guest Farm in Oudtshoorn

Interview with Owner of De Zeekoe Guest Farm: Paula Potgieter

All Cape Country Routes members, accommodation establishments and activity products alike, are owner run and managed. There are real people and real families behind these products...so let's meet the smile behind the face mask!

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Cape Country Routes Safe Stay Pledge

Posted on Fri September 11, 2020.

It is during Corona times that guest do not only look for “Character, Charm and Romance”, the hallmark of Cape Country Routes. They also look for a commitment to provide a safe stay. Across the group our members have pledged to adhere to the protocols for COVID-19 during the time of the pandemic as recommended by die TBCSA (Tourism Business Council of South Africa) and validated by the WTTC (World Tourism and Travel Council). One could even call it a commitment to “Collective Covid Rules”.

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The sailing boat “Tourismstrong”

Posted on Wed August 19, 2020.

Corona Times are like a stormy sea…

Over the last couple of months the international sailing boat “tourismstrong” offered free seats to anyone involved in tourism – from accommodation, activity and transport suppliers to destination managers, tour operators and travel agents. It’s a bumpy journey, a long one and without any clear indication of when the bad weather will clear. What did become very clear is that we are all in this together! So let’s sit close together, hold on tight and survive this storm! #IamTourism #WeAreTourism

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