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On Show Solutions brings Africa Showcase to South Africa for three-day event On Show Solutions brings Africa Showcase to South Africa for three-day event

On Show Solutions, the organisers of Africa Showcase, the continent’s premium tourism roadshow specialists, is storming South Africa for a three-day event.

The event is scheduled to hold in three South African cities; Johannesburg, Durban and Cape Town on June 11,  12 and 13, 2024, respectively, and will offer a platform for exhibitors who are looking forward to connecting with South African tour operators and travel agents for the three days.

According to the organisers, the Africa Showcase will be hosted by South Africa to boost regional and domestic travels, which are pivotal in sustaining tourism businesses. Africa Showcase is Onshow’s signature event which has a proud tradition of taking top-quality tourism products into key source markets to promote travel to Africa.

Also, South Africa is hosting because it is a largely untapped yet lucrative source market, amid a growing interest for South African travellers to explore more of Namibia, Mozambique, Botswana, Zimbabwe, Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda and Rwanda.

Riding on a strong delegation of African exhibitors lined up, the 3 day event is designed for tour operators and travel agents who are passionate about African destinations. “Whether agents and operators are familiar with these regions or seeking new experiences for their clients, this event is the place to be,” On show solutions assured.

Attendees are expected to benefit from the maximum networking of the event to build meaningful connections and engagement with leading tourism professionals. The trade event will help participants to gain valuable insights into Africa’s unique destinations.

“If you are a local buyer, outbound operator or agent, come join us in Johannesburg, Durban, and Cape Town because you are guaranteed to discover something special for your South African clients,” On show Solutions concluded.

Source: Voyages Afriq