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Boston, MA -- (SBWIRE) -- 12/11/2014 -- South Africa remains a global travel and tourism destination which represents excellent value for money to tourists from all over the world, including tourists travelling from all over Africa. The general cost of travelling to South Africa remained fairly low during 2013 as the total number of inbound arrivals grew by 6%. The travel and tourism industry in South Africa is highly competitive in terms of travel accommodation and transportation as there are numerous players operating within the industry. The availability of numerous companies in every travel and tourism category means that inbound tourists have a wide variety of options in terms of products and services at all price points, meaning that there is something for people regardless of their spending power. This often makes South Africa the preferred destination among all African countries as it is extremely expensive to travel to other African countries in terms of the cost of airfares, travel accommodation and various tourist activities.
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The number of arrivals in South Africa is expected to register steady growth over the forecast period. Much of this growth is expected to be driven by the strong marketing efforts of the Department of Tourism, in line with its national tourism strategy. More travel and tourism conferences which promote the country are expected to be held across South Africa during the forecast period.
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