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SIPPO exhibitor brochure - TTW 2010 SIPPO exhibitor brochure - TTW 2010 Document Transcript

  • In Cooperation withSIPPO presents companies fromSouth AfricaAt TTW 2010.Montreux, November 3 – 4, 2010Hall A3, Stand A3131
  • Contents. Workshops at TTW 2010 3 SIPPO 4 Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) 5 South Africa Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) 6 Jeya’s Jazz Corner Tavern 7 Leshiba Wilderness 8 Loving and Blessing Guest Lodge and Conference Centre 9 Magestico Tours 10 Mgazi Travel & Tours 11 Moratiwa Tours 12 Nare Travel and Tours 13 Shiluvari Lakeside Lodge 14 South African Bassie Travel Centre 15 The Vision Guest House 16 Tourism Enterprise Partnership (TEP) 17 Wamalets Tours & Shuttle Services 182
  • Workshops at TTW 2010.Date, Time 3 November 2010, 13.00 –  3.45 1Place Hall A3, Stand A326Topic Travelling to South Africa – the fair and more responsible way.Referent, Company Khaya Thwala, Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA)Language EnglishDate, Time 4 November 2010, 12.00 –  2.45 1Place Hall A3, Stand A326Topic Südafrika nach der WM – die neue Erfahrung.Referent, Company Alexander Hofacker, South African Embassy, BerneLanguage German 3
  • SIPPO Swiss ImportPromotion Programme. SIPPO, the Swiss Import Promotion Programme, is a mandate of the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, SECO, within the framework of its economic development cooperation. It is carried out by Osec, the official Swiss foreign trade promotion agency. The programme helps SMEs in developing and transition coun- tries to gain access to the Swiss and European markets by providing information, training courses and other matchmaking services. SIPPO also assists importers from Switzerland and the European Union with finding suitable partners and high-quality products from selected developing and transition countries. The programme has five main goals: • To inform the Swiss and European import economy about new market sources • To strengthen trade institutions and business sector associa- tions in the trade promotion process • To increase the competitiveness of SMEs in selected partner countries • To develop the manufacturing and exporting skills of SMEs in selected partner countries • To establish qualified trade contacts between SMEs from emerging markets and markets in transition and the Swiss and European import economy Osec Swiss Import Promotion Programme Stampfenbachstrasse 85, P.O. Box 2407 CH-8021 Zurich, Switzerland Phone +41 44 365 52 76, Fax +41 44 365 52 02 mmoine@osec.ch www.sippo.ch4
  • Fair Trade in TourismSouth Africa (FTTSA).Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA).In close cooperation with the Swiss Import Promotion Programme(SIPPO), South African Tourism, Tourism Enterprise Partnership(TEP) and the South African Embassy in Berne, Fair Trade inTourism South Africa (FTTSA) is committed to contribute to the South African Embassy Bernetransformation of South Africa’s tourism industry benefitting localcommunities and previously marginalised entrepreneurs.The presence of South African small and medium-sized tourismenterprises at the TTW aims to encourage Swiss outbound touroperators and travel agents to support responsible tourism inSouth Africa by supporting the local economy, hosting communi-ties and enhancing visitors’ experience.FTTSA is the world’s first and still only Fair Trade certificationprogramme for tourism enterprises. The label guarantees thatFTTSA-certified tourism products are committed to operating ina socially and environmentally responsible manner.FTTSA will be using the international stage of the TTW to caterfor the increasing number of Swiss travellers that are aware ofthe social, cultural, economic and ecological impacts of tourismon development – a fact that can and should indeed no longer beignored by Switzerland’s traditional tour operators to SouthAfrica.South Africa is globally recognised as a leader in the growingfield of responsible tourism and FTTSA is at the forefront of thismovement. Hopefully more Swiss travellers will join in and lookfor FTTSA-certified products while on holiday or travelling forbusiness to South Africa. 5
  • South Africa. Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) Address: P.O. Box 12844 Phone +27 12 342 2945 Queenswood Fax +27 12 342 2946 0121 Pretoria info@fairtourismsa.org.za www.fairtourismsa.org.za Contact: Ms. Lolla Meyer and Ms. Khaya Thwala Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) encourages and publicises fair and responsible business practise by South African tourism establishments. FTTSA awards a special label to qualifying businesses as a way of signifying their commitment to the following criteria: • Fair wages and working conditions • Fair operations including purchasing and distribution of benefits • Ethical business practices • Respect for human rights, culture and the environment The FTTSA logo is an excellent way to communicate commit- ment to fair and responsible tourism for tour operators.6
  • Jeya’s Jazz Corner TavernAddress:Sheya Kulati Circle Phone +27 41 454 7567Cnr Ferguson & Avenue A ns@jeyastavern.co.zaNew Brighton www.jeyastavern.co.zaPort ElizabethContact: Ms. Sumé NoxoloJeya’s Jazz Corner Tavern is a popular venue for its hospital-ity for everyone who visits the tavern. When one walks into theJeya’s Jazz Corner Tavern he immediately gets the sense to bein an establishment which takes customer comfort seriously.Equipped with pool tables, dart facilities, big screen televi-sions for big sport events and corporate parties this tavern hasbecome the ideal stop for tour operators to host both local andinternational tourists. Jeya`s Jazz Corner Tavern was awardedthe ETEY (Emerging Tourism Entrepreneur of the Year Award) for2009/2010 for excellence and diversity. 7
  • South Africa. Leshiba Wilderness Address: P.O. Box 795 Phone +27 83 251 0007 0920 Louis Trichardt Fax +27 11 646 9503 leshiba@leshiba.co.za john@leshiba.co.za www.leshiba.co.za Contact: Mr. John Rosmarin Leshiba Wilderness lies in a hidden valley on top of the Sout- pansberg mountains in Limpopo Province, one of the country’s most unique bio-diverse environments. Transcending expectations, this private reserve is something special, family-run, offering a uniquely African experience with luxury touches, warm hospitality and rich memories. Leshiba of- fers a unique, authentic and holistic African experience. Climb above clouds and walk with rhino in a diverse mountaintop environment. Stay at the Venda Village Lodge, unlike anything else in Africa; a hand sculpted, luxurious, artistic wonderland. Activity trails, horse riding, rock art, game viewing, astronomy, and more. Leshiba has been certified by Fair Trade in Tourism, South Africa – making tourism more responsible and more rewarding.8
  • Loving and Blessing Guest Lodgeand Conference CentreAddress: Phone +27 14 537 277821 Stubb Street Olifantsnek Dam Fax +27 86 513 7513P.O. Box 2983 tswellopele@absamail.co.za0316 Sun City www.lbguesthouse.co.zaContact: Mr. Johannes KalediLoving and Blessing Guesthouse is located in Rustenburg,Northwest Province. It is a bed & breakfast guesthouse butis also fully equipped for self-catering. The guesthouse has15 standard rooms and 8 luxury rooms with a choice of double,twin and family rooms as well as honeymoon suites with own pri-vate balconies and jacuzzi. Each room is equipped with satellitetelevision, fridge, tea and coffee, ceiling fans. The luxury roomshave air-conditioning and an own braai (barbecue place).The Guesthouse has full conference and function facilities forsmall weddings, birthdays and year-end functions. There isplenty to do in the area. From horse riding, walking and hikingtrails to fishing or golf. There are arts and crafts markets to beexplored and the guesthouse is only 50 km away from the world-renowned Sun City. 9
  • South Africa. Magestico Tours Address: Plot 78, Worldsview Road Phone +27 83 600 1136 P.O. Box 468 Fax +27 866 180 866 1240 White River info@magesticotours.com www.magesticotours.com Contact: Ms. Michelle Reed Magestico Tours is an inbound operator which was founded in March 2006. They offer specialized packages such as safaris, golf tours, horse riding tours, diving tours and honeymoons to Southern Africa. Magestico Tours is constantly updating their database with new properties and new activities.10
  • Mgazi Travel & ToursAddress: 1467, South Coast Road Phone +27 31 462 1201P.O. Box 72709 Fax +27 866 5214184060 Mobeni, Durban info@mgazitours.co.za www.mgazitours.co.zaContact: Mr. Robert Bhekithemba NtshangaseMgazi Travel & Tours offers door to door transfers and shuttleservices. The offices from Mgazi Travel & Tours are in Durbanand have been in operation for the past two years in which ap-proximately 20’000 passengers have been transported. Theirfleet has been upgraded and currently consists of luxury air-conditioned shuttles, to provide up-market transport to andfrom Durban International Airport and surrounding areas.The company prides themselves on their professionalism andthe fact that they are always on time. Mgazi Travel & Tours runs24 hours all year round. All vehicles carry extensive passengerliability insurance. 11
  • South Africa. Moratiwa Tours Address: P.O. Box 1309 Phone +27 11 869 6629 Bassonia Fax +27 86 608 0119 2061 Johannesburg info@moratiwa.co.za www.moratiwa.co.za Contact: Mr. Malose Manaka Moratiwa Tours is a specialised wheels tour operator with a keenly focused African perspective. They offer personalised comprehensive service in destination management and strive to sustain the highest levels of professional service. The vision of Moratiwa Tours is to provide a network of exciting routes that display the best of Africa and to offer their clients a truly authen- tic and enlightening experience. Moratiwa Tours promotes the preservation of natural resources and the empowerment of local communities. Moratiwa Tours has been certified by Fair Trade in Tourism, South Africa.12
  • Nare Travel and ToursAddress: P.O. Box 43 Phone +27 82 749 5152Photsaneng 0311 Fax +27 86 617 7500Cnr. Kloof Rd & Nelson Mandela Dr. info@naretours.co.za0300 Rustenburg tebogo@naretours.co.za www.naretours.co.zaContact: Mr. Tebogo NareNare Travel and Tours is a full service tour operator and destina-tion management company based in Rustenburg and Hartbee-spoort Dam, North West Province of South Africa. The companyis specialized in transfer and shuttle services, adventure tours,packaged tours, cultural and heritage tours, safaris, hunting andgolf tours, rural and township tours, inland and coastal tours aswell as holiday packages national and international. Nare Traveland Tours also provides business and educational tours. 13
  • South Africa. Shiluvari Lakeside Lodge Address: Elim Phone +27 15 556 3406 Louis Trichardt Fax +27 15 556 3413 Limpopo Province michel@shiluvari.com or clare@shiluvari.com www.shiluvari.com Contact: Mr. Michel Girardin Set against a backdrop of mountains and forests, holy lakes and sacred ruins, the Shiluvari Lakeside Lodge welcomes people to Ancient Venda and promises to restore the natural rhythm. From the cool, thatched chalets you are overlooking the beautiful view on the dam and mountains from which visitors can explore this ‘land of legend’. Shiluvari is a country style retreat with 14 units, an award winning restaurant on site, the Hog and Hound pub and bar, the Alfresco Terrace for all day dining and a lakeside swimming pool with spectacular views on the dam. Shiluvari was one of the first companies to receive the FTTSA label. The com- pany is committed to sustainable and fair tourism and focuses on the interaction with the local community and the bustling metropolis of Elim – heart of the local Ribolla arts and craft route.14
  • South African Bassie Travel CentreAddress: 23 Chamberlain Road Phone +27 43 726 2542Berea Fax +27 43 726 56415200 East London bassie@bassietravel.co.za www.bassietravel.co.zaContact: Ms. Baselwa NgozwanaSouth African Bassie Travel Centre is known for its great serviceand value they bring to their clients’ needs.The company is specialised in the following services:• bus/coach hire• accommodation bookings for both corporate and leisure• car hire• air tickets both domestic and international• tours worldwide• visa and forex applications• international licensing 15
  • South Africa. The Vision Guest House Address: No. 7 Miller Street Phone +27 47 532 3733 P.O. Box 52673 Fax +27 86 696 2249 5099 Mthatha pinky3@telkomsa.net Contact: Ms. Lumka Lindelwa Somhlahlo The Vision Guest House is an upmarket, sumptuous private manor in the heart of Mthatha. It is a four star guest house for business persons, local and international guests. The Vision Guest House has nine guest rooms, each exquisitely unique. A pool and a beautiful green garden belong also to the guest house. The guesthouse also offers a self service dining area, which serves both traditional and eastern cuisine.16
  • Tourism Enterprise Partnership (TEP)Address: 3rd Floor Travel House Phone +27 11 880 37906 Hood Avenue, Rosebank Fax +27 11 880 2740PO Box 3427 hanneliedt@tep.co.za2121 Parklands www.tep.co.zaContact: Ms. Hannelie Du ToitTEP is a non profit company who utilises funding from CorporateSouth Africa and Government to facilitate the growth, develop-ment and sustainability of small tourism businesses in SouthAfrica.Each year TEP invests millions in the expansion of these busi-nesses across South Africa. TEP has developed a unique en-terprise development model which allows small businesses tograduate upwards and overcome the credibility crises sufferedby many. At each step of the process TEP has a number ofprogrammes that offer hands-on, step-by-step support to im-prove product quality, operational efficiency, and provide greatermarket access.Since 2000, TEP has assisted more than 6,400 small tourismbusinesses to expand and improve business operations, whichfacilitated the creation of over 57,000 jobs in the tourism industry. 17
  • Wamalets Tours & Shuttle ServicesAddress: 3782 NU 8, Mdantsane, 5219 Phone +27 43 762 2654P.O. Box 793 Fax +27 86 692 77635200 East London info@wamaletstours.co.za www.wamaletstours.co.zaContact: Mr. Wakayi ManziWamalets Tours & Shuttle Services is a tour operator businessbased in East London in the Eastern Cape Province. The com-pany is specialised in cultural tours but adventure tours are alsoarranged when requested. Wamalets Tours & Shuttle Servicesoperates in the entire Eastern Cape but concentrates more onthe three routes: the Wild Coast, the Escape Route and theSunshine Coast. Their popular day tours include township tours,cultural village tours and game drives. The company also offerstransfers from the airport to hotels or to any other place of inter-est.18
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  • OsecSwiss Import Promotion ProgrammeStampfenbachstrasse 85P.O. Box 2407CH-8021 ZurichPhone +41 44 365 51 51Fax +41 44 365 52 02sippo@osec.ch Hotline: +41 44 365 53 91Copyright © OsecOctober 2010. All rights reserved. www.sippo.ch