South African Tourism Offices Contact Details

  • South African Tourism

Physical address of Head Office
12 Rivonia Road
Illovo
Johannesburg
2196
Postal Address
Private Bag X10012
Sandton
2146
South Africa
Tel: (+ 27 11) 778 8000
Fax: (+27 11) 778 8001
e-mail : jhb@southafricantourism.com
Website: http://www.southafrica.net
Johannesburg International Airport
Tel: +27 11 970 1669
Fax: +27 11 970 1508

  • Provincial Tourism Offices in South Africa:

Eastern Cape Tourism Board
Tel: +27 406 35 2115
Fax: +27 406 36 4019
e-mail: info@ectourism.org.za
Website: www.ectourism.co.za
Free State Tourism Board
Tel: +27 57 352 4820
Fax: +27 57 352 4828
e-mail: portiak@fstourism.co.za
Website: www.fstourism.co.za
Gauteng Tourism Agency
Tel: +27 11 327 2000
Fax: +27 11 327 7000
e-mail: tourism@gauteng.net
Website: www.gauteng.net
KwaZulu-Natal Tourism Authority
Tel: +27 31 304 7144
Fax: +27 31 304 8792
e-mail: tkzn@iafrica.com
Website: www.zulukingdom.org.za
Mpumalanga Tourism Authority
Tel: +27 13 752 7001
Fax: +27 13 759 5441
e-mail: mtanlpsa@cis.co.za
Website: www.mpumalanga.com
Northern Cape Tourism Authority
Tel: +27 53 833 1434
Fax: +27 53 831 2937
e-mail: tourism@northerncape.org.za
Website: www.northerncape.org.za


Northern Province Tourism Board

Tel: +27 15 288 0099
Fax: +27 15 288 0282/0094
e-mail: ceo.nptb@mweb.org.za
Website: www.tourismboard.org.za
North West Parks & Tourism Board
Tel: +27 18 386 1225
Fax: +27 18 386 1158
e-mail: nwptb@iafrica.com
Website: www.tourismnorthwest.co.za


Western Cape Tourism Board

Tel: +27 21 914 4613
Fax: +27 21 914 4610
e-mail: info@capetourism.org
Website: www.capetourism.org

South Africa Tourism International Offices

Australia & New Zealand
Level 6
285 Clarence Street
Sydney 2000
NSW Australia
PO Box Q956
QVB Post Office
NSW 1230 Australia
Tel: (2) 9261 3424
Fax: (2) 9261 3414
e-mail: info@satour.com.au
Austria
Bayerngasse 1/1
A – 1030 Vienna
Austria
Tel: (1) 470 4511
Fax: (1) 718 19424
e-mail: satour@cybertron.at
Benelux countries
Jozef Israëlskade 48 A
1072 SB Amsterdam
Postbus 75360
1070 AJ Amsterdam
The Netherlands
Tel: (20) 471 4661
Fax: (20) 662 9761
e-mail: info@satour.nl
France
61 rue La Boetie
75008 Paris
Tel: (1) 4561 0197
Fax: (1) 4561 0196
e-mail: satour@afriquedusud-tourisme.fr
Germany
Alemannia Haus
An der Hauptwache 11
D-60313 Frankfurt/Main 1
Tel: (69) 929 1290
Fax: (69) 28 0950
e-mail: info@southafricantourism.de
Website: www.satour.de
Italy
Via Mascheroni, 19 – 5th Floor
20145 Milano
Tel: (02) 4391 1150
Fax: (02) 4391 1158
e-mail: info@turismosudafricano.com
Japan
Akasaka Lions Building
1-1-2 Moto Akasaka
Minato-Ku
Tokyo 107-0051
Tel: (3) 3 478 7601
Fax: (3) 3 478 7605
e-mail: satour_t@netjoy.ne.jp
Switzerland
(Marketing Consultant)
Active Marketing
Seestrasse 42
CH 8802 Kilchberg
Zurich
Tel: (1) 715 1069
Fax: (1) 715 1889
e-mail: mdigele@active.ch
United Kingdom, Ireland and Scandinavia
No. 5 & 6 Alt Grove
Wimbledon
London SW 19 4DZ
Tel: (208) 971 9350
Fax: (208) 944 6705
24-hr brochure request line: 0906 364 06 00
e-mail: info@south-african-tourism.org
Web: www.south-african-tourism.org
USA
500 Fifth Avenue,
20th Floor, Suite 2040
New York NY 10110
Tel: (212) 730 2929
Fax: (212) 764 1980
e-mail: satourny@aol.com
Zimbabwe
Office 106
Sanlam Centre
Newlands
Harare
PO Box HG 1000
Highlands
Tel: (4) 74 6487/8
Fax: (4) 74 6489
e-mail: satour@ecoweb.co.zw

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Booking a guest house with the correct guest house insurance

THE IMPACT OF INCORRECT INSURANCE ON YOUR THE GUEST…

As a Bed and Breakfast or Guesthouse guest… the food is superb, the accommodation great, the setting beautiful, but what about the insurance?

As a traveller, whether you are a South African travelling at home or an international visitor to our shores, you will want to ensure that wherever it is that you chose to stay during your travels that the accommodation is of the level you would expect.

Accommodation that suits you, food you enjoy and a location in which you can relax. But what about the insurance of the establishment you have chosen?

Accidents can, and do happen! You need to be certain that if you are the unfortunate victim of an accident which is clearly the fault of the owner of the establishment in which you are staying, that you can seek compensation and know that the guesthouse has the correct and adequate insurances to look after you.

Sadly, many of the B&B and guesthouse establishments in South Africa do not have either the correct or adequate insurances in place. Where the guest house has not made adequate provision in their insurance they would need to meet the liabilities of legal costs and damages from their own resources.

A relatively small claim in Pounds would be hard for many guesthouses to meet in South African Rands.

In the event of a court case and successful claim by a guest, (due to the fault or negligence of the owner), whereby major costs are incurred and damages awarded, the likely result is you will actually receive very little.

It is for this reason that it is so important that when making a reservation at a B&B or guesthouse in South Africa, you confirm that they have the correct liability insurance in place.

The guest houses featured on this website have all had their insurance vetted by Incompass Insurance, providing you with the peace of mind you need when booking holiday accommodation.

Please note we do not charge for advertising on this site, take a commission or insist that the guest house insure with us – just simply that the correct cover for their guests is in place.

Guests can also enquire whether the guest house has cover with BnB Sure. BnB Sure provide a comprehensive policy for B&B’s and guesthouses that will be there to look after you, the traveller, should you suffer an accident the cause of which was the negligence of your host.

You can’t afford to ignore peace of mind when you travel. Support those guest houses that do the ethical and right thing by ensuring their guests are properly insured – Chose an establishment with the correct cover in place.

 

 

Tourist Tips for South Africa – Ubuntu

 South African Guesthouse Guide – Ubuntu

Ubuntu originates from the Bantu languages of South Africa. It is a philosophy, a human nature and is often credited with being the founding principle of the New South Africa and African renaissance.

It is perhaps best explained by the esteemed Archbishop Desmond Tutu

1999 – A person with Ubuntu is open and available to others, affirming of others, does not feel threatened that others are able and good, for he or she has a proper self-assurance that comes from knowing that he or she belongs in a greater whole and is diminished when others are humiliated or diminished, when others are tortured or oppressed.

2008 – One of the sayings in our country is Ubuntu – the essence of being human. Ubuntu speaks particularly about the fact that you can’t exist as a human being in isolation. It speaks about our interconnectedness. You can’t be human all by yourself, and when you have this quality – Ubuntu – you are known for your generosity.

We think of ourselves far too frequently as just individuals, separated from one another, whereas you are connected and what you do affects the whole world. When you do well, it spreads out; it is for the whole of humanity.

Nelson Mandela explains Ubuntu as the following:

A traveller through a country would stop at a village and he didn’t have to ask for food or for water. Once he stops, the people give him food, entertain him. That is one aspect of Ubuntu but it will have various aspects. Ubuntu does not mean that people should not address themselves. The question therefore is: Are you going to do so in order to enable the community around you to be able to improve?

 

 

 

 

Tourist Tips for South Africa – Accomodation types

South African offers the tourist a wide array of accommodation choices that suit every budget and aspiration:

Backpackers and Hostels

Backpackers and hostels offer accommodation that ranges from the private room through to large dorms and offers travellers the opportunity to stay in accommodation at budget prices, from as little as R100 upwards per night.

Each backpackers has its own unique atmosphere and they often work in tandem with the hop on hop off buses.

Normally associated with a great way to meet some new friends South African backpackers can be an exciting option.

There are a number of websites where information can be obtained from: –

Guesthouses, Bed and Breakfast and self catering

The tourist is blessed with the widest array of guesthouses, B & B’s and self catering establishments form which to choice. South Africa has a huge guest house selection of some 20,000 places to stay.

These can range from the low budget places all the way up to luxury establishments that out many so called boutique hotels to shame.

For a full selection of guesthouses, bed and break fasts and self catering estabilshments enter here

Boutique Hotels

Boutique hotels offer tourists an intimate and usually luxurious hotel type environment. Boutique hotels differentiate themselves from larger chain/branded by providing personalized accommodation and services / facilities.

There a number of websites where you can view Boutique Hotels in South Africa:

Hotels

Hotels tend to offer tourists greater amenities than the average guest house or bed and break fast. Many contain top class restaurants, bars and corporate facilities.

Mirroring the diversity of South Africa, South African Hotels offer travellers the basic old fashioned value for money to the opulence of 5 star.

Hotel websites to visit include: