The indicators show that 45 000 visitors descended to the City for the Easter break. As a result, the hospitality industry saw hotel occupancy rates peak at an average 60 percent.
CITY REVIVES COMMUNITY TOURISM2021-03-19T16:15:01+00:00 Press release
In efforts to sustain the tourism and hospitality sector in local communities, Durban Tourism has decided to embark on a drive to revive community tourism in order to get communities involved as we forge ahead with bigger action plans towards the tourism recovery journey of Durban-KZN.
Vodacom Durban July 20212021-03-15T10:58:59+00:00 Press release
Even though this year’s Vodacom Durban July will once again be held ‘behind closed doors’ with no public sale of tickets, the organisers are confident of delivering all the features which make this Africa’s Greatest Horseracing Event.
CITY TO ACCELERATE PLANS FOR TOURISM RECOVERY2021-03-09T13:17:38+00:00 Press release
PLANS to revive the local tourism sector took a step forward today when the city hosted the Durban Tourism Imbizo where captains of the industry and eThekwini Municipality leadership presented collective ideas to turnaround the sector.
Valentine’s Day Accommodation Special2021-02-10T07:01:32+00:00 Press release
2020 was a rollercoaster of a year, no doubt, but Durban Tourism worked closely together with the City and tourism role players from Lockdown Level 5 and beyond to ensure that Durban remained South Africa’s playground over the summer holiday.