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SIPPO exhibitor brochure - TTW 2011


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SIPPO exhibitor brochure - TTW 2011

  1. 1. In Cooperation withSIPPO presents companies fromSouth AfricaAt TTW 2011.Zurich, October 19 – 20, 2011Kongresssaal, Stand 01571
  2. 2. Contents. Swiss Import Promotion Programme SIPPO 3 Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa FTTSA 4 Tourism Enterprise Partnership TEP 5 Abang Africa Travel & Trust 6 Andulela Experience 7 Highveld Tourism Mpumalanga 8 Leshiba Wilderness 9 Loving & Blessing Guesthouse 10 Tata Ma Tata 11 The Soweto Hotel 12 Vuwa Safari & Tours 13 Zanami Lodge 14 General plan 152
  3. 3. SIPPO Swiss ImportPromotion Programme.SIPPO, the Swiss Import Promotion Programme, is a mandateof the State Secretariat for Economic Affairs, SECO, within theframework of its economic development cooperation. It is carriedout 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 byproviding information, training courses and other matchmakingservices. SIPPO also assists importers from Switzerland and theEuropean Union with finding suitable partners and high-qualityproducts 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 economyOsecSwiss Import Promotion ProgrammeStampfenbachstrasse 85, CH-8006 Zurich, SwitzerlandPhone +41 44 365 52 76, Fax +41 44 365 52 02Mirjam, 3
  4. 4. Fair Trade in TourismSouth Africa FTTSA. Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa (FTTSA) is a non-profit organi- sation that promotes sustainable tourism development. They do this through awareness raising, research and advocacy, capacity building and by facilitating the world’s first tourism Fair Trade certification programme. FTTSA awards the use of special label to qualifying businesses as a way of signifying their commitment to Fair Trade criteria including fair wages and working conditions, fair purchasing, fair operations, equitable distribution of benefits and respect for human rights, culture and environment. By electing to stay at or use the services of an FTTSA-certified establishment, tourists are assured that their travel benefits local communities and economies, and that the business is operated ethically and in a socially and environmentally responsible man- ner. Fair Trade in Tourism South Africa FTTSA P.O. Box 12844 Queenswood 0121 Pretoria, South Africa Phone +27 12 342 2945/3642/7810 Fax +27 12 342 2946
  5. 5. Tourism EnterprisePartnership TEP.TEP is a flagship public private partnership and one of the mostsuccessful enterprise development partners for small tourismbusinesses in South Africa. Having been in business for over adecade, TEP’s objectives are to improve the performance andincrease the profitability of small tourism businesses. TEP offershands-on, step-by-step support, guidance and assistance, result-ing in the maintenance of existing jobs and the facilitation of newjob opportunities.TEP has got a portfolio of services and solutions for small tourismbusinesses, Corporate South Africa, Government institutions aswell as local and international tourists. TEP’s curriculum offers awide range of topics such as tourism awareness, legalities andcompliances, pricing, marketing in tourism exhibitions as well asdirect local and international promotion and market access forTEP’s 175 South African Hidden Treasures.Tourism Enterprise Partnership TEP3rd Floor Travel HousePO Box 34272121 Parklands, South AfricaPhone +27 11 880 3790Fax +27 11 880 5
  6. 6. South Africa. Abang Africa Travel & Trust 162 Buitengracht Street Phone +27 21 426 1330/4 8018 Cape Town Fax +27 21 426 1336 Contact: Mr. Theusis Steyn Abang Africa Travel & Trust, specialised in responsible tourism, offers tailor-made tours and packages for both self-drives and small groups. Meet and share with Africa’s people while enjoy- ing the legendary nature and wildlife highlights. Accommoda- tion, excursions, operators, projects and itineraries are carefully selected following the company`s responsible tourism policy, ensuring that the people whose land and knowledge are used benefit from tourism. Choose from a wide range of unique and local products. All facilities cover the 2-star standard – for the traveller happy with the basics – up to 5-star luxury for the more discerning guest. Tourists can visit projects of the local community, cook with African mamas or discover townships on a bicycle. By partici­ pating in volunteer projects one can experience South Africa in a pure and personal way. Abang Africa Travel offers travellers the opportunity to combine a holiday, on any level, with volunteering and benefit the local community by supporting them directly.6
  7. 7. Andulela ExperienceStudio A4, Mainstream Centre Phone +27 21 790 25 92/0127Suite 286, Private Bag X4 Fax +27 21 790 25927872 Hout Bay www.andulela.comContact: Mrs. Monique Le RouxAn increasing number of travellers seek more from their timeabroad than a handful of superficial sensory impressions.Andulela Experience is an inbound tour operator specializedin interactive, themed tours and events (cooking, music, arts,business fields etc.).Andulela offers fun inspiring experiences that combine renownedsites with behind-the-scenes. They open doors to the usuallyinaccessible as they take guests into the homes and work placesof locals. They showcase hosts and entrepreneurs with inspi-rational real-life stories, projects with creative solutions to theurban challenges of the young energetic Mother City as well asup-lifting community projects in the townships with funky up-market products.Andulela is deeply dedicated to the idea of responsible tourism.Their goal is to sustain a balance between different needs –those of the traveller and those of the region visited. 7
  8. 8. South Africa. Highveld Tourism Mpumalanga Highveld Visitor Centre Phone +27 17 819 4709 Kerk Street Ermelo Fax +27 17 819 4709 P.O. Box Suite 237 P/bag x9013 2350 Ermelo Contact: Mr. Athol Stark Highveld Tourism Mpumalanga showcases the incredible South- ern High Region of the Mpumalanga Province and its Highveld Heritage Route which has an astounding array of easily accessi- ble key heritage sites and Big Game viewing opportunities. From the hot mineral spring resort in the eastern area and the 5 star luxury tent camp in the game reserve to the battlefields of the central area and beautiful historic villages, this region has some- thing special. Numerous accommodation options and plenty of restaurants and shopping opportunities abound in this area. Experience the wonder of Africa in one tourism region where history, heritage and African cultures will come alive. This tour- ism route showcases some of the most spectacular experiences in South Africa. Welcome to the history, heritage, relaxation and good food region of South Africa!8
  9. 9. Leshiba WildernessPostnet Suite 224 Phone +27 83 251 0007Private Bag X2600 Fax +27 646 9503Houghton Mr. John RosmarinLeshiba Wilderness lies in a hidden valley on top of the Sout-pansberg Mountains in Limpopo Province, one of the country’smost unique bio-diverse environments. Transcending expecta-tions, this private reserve is something special, family-run,offering a uniquely African experience with luxury touches, warmhospitality and rich memories.Leshiba offers a unique, authentic and holistic African experience.Climb above clouds and walk with rhino in a diverse mountaintopenvironment. Stay at the Venda Village Lodge, unlike anythingelse in Africa; a hand sculpted, luxurious, artistic wonderland.Choose from various activities such as horse riding, rock art,game viewing, astronomy, and more.Leshiba has been certified by Fair Trade in Tourism SouthAfrica (FTTSA) – making tourism more responsible and morerewarding. 9
  10. 10. South Africa. Loving & Blessing Guesthouse 21 Stubb Street Olifantsnek Dam Phone +27 14 537 20 19/20778 P.O. Box 2983 Fax +27 86 513 7513 0316 Sun City Contact: Mr. Johannes Kaledi Awards winning Loving & Blessing Guesthouse is an up and coming Eco Green Lodge prospect in the tourism industry located in Rustenburg, Northwest Province. It is a Bed & Break- fast Guesthouse but is also fully equipped for self-catering. The guesthouse has 15 standard rooms and 8 luxury rooms with a choice of double, twin and family rooms as well as honeymoon suites with own private balconies and jacuzzi. Each room is equipped with satellite television, fridge, tea and coffee, ceiling fans. The luxury rooms have air-conditioning and an own braai (barbecue place). The Guesthouse is a 4-star rated eco-friendly accommodation facility with full conference and function facilities for small weddings, birthdays and year-end functions. There is plenty to do in the area. From horse riding, walking and hiking trails to fishing or golf. There are arts and crafts markets to be explored and the guesthouse is only 50 km away from the world-renowned Sun City.10
  11. 11. Tata Ma Tata Tours7 Davitz Street, Upington Phone +27 82 535 8830Northern Cape, 8801 Fax +27 86 591 3479South Africa Mr. Ed SmithTata Ma Tata Tours is a tour-operator based in Upington in theNorthern Cape. The company offers guided tours to all NorthernCape national parks and nature reserves. For the true outdoor en-thusiast, adventure activities are offered such as abseiling, quadbiking, river rafting, 4x4 routes, hiking trails, horse trails, wildlife,camping, mountain-biking and game drives. Tailor-made tours areoffered to suit the individual’s requirements. The company alsodoes transfers and shuttle services all over South Africa. 11
  12. 12. South Africa. The Soweto Hotel on Freedom Square Cnr Union Ave. & Main Rd Phone +27 11 527 7300 @ Walter Sisulu Square Fax +27 11 527 7330 of Dedication P.O. Box 152 Kliptown 1812, Soweto Contact: Mr. Emlyn Bul Nestled in the heart of Kliptown on Walter Sisulu Square of Dedication, The Soweto Hotel is Soweto’s first 4-star boutique hotel. To the most experienced and discerned traveler – Kliptown is by far the most authentic and unique destination in a township setting, amass with arts, history and culture dating back 136 years ago. The hotel offers delectable cuisine with 80 % of their produce sourced out from local traders and market. The employees of the hotel are from the local community in the area. The Soweto Hotel offers luxurious accommodation and soulful jazz with a distinct cultural flavor, intermingled with contemporary flair. This gem instills a sense of pride and nostalgia, captured by the eclectic collection of jazz and historical memorabilia which form the backdrop of the hotel’s stylish interior décor.12
  13. 13. Vuwa Safari & Tours88 Grobler Street Phone +27 15 291 1384Polokwane 0700 Fax +27 15 291 2730 Mr. Stanley MufamadiVuwa Safari & Tours is a tour operating company based in Polok-wane City, Limpopo. The tour packages cover cultural, heritage,wildlife and other natural attractions.For tourists who are keen to experience something different,Limpopo prides itself with its people and their diverse cultures, itsworld renowned heritage sites like the Mapungubwe and Makap-ane’s caves, Kruger National Parks and wildlife, as well as thebeautiful natural attractions like the ‘Big Tree’ that dates backhundreds of years. Discover archaeological sites of ancient king-doms, sacred lakes, holy forests, Modjadji the enigmatic RainQueen and routes steeped in history and legendary places.All tour packages are custom made and can be enjoyed travelingin luxury coaches, kombi’s and game view vehicles.Vuwa Safari & Tours is a member and abide by South AfricaTourism Services Association (SATSA) regulations and is alsoinsured by Safari and Tourism Insurance Brokers (SATIB). 13
  14. 14. South Africa. Zanami Lodge 44 Plein Street Phone +27 291 4825/1073 Polokwane 0699 Fax +27 15 291 2797 Limpopo Contact: Mrs. Lorraine Chitate Zanami lodge is an exclusive three star guest lodge situated in the heart of Limpopo. The lodge is providing tourist and visitors a truly unique hospitality experience. Their guests are welcomed by exceptionally competent and friendly staff, which caters to their needs throughout their stay at Zanami. Zanami lodge is perfectly located in a very quiet, peaceful and tranquil area within the city of Polokwane. This peaceful environ- ment allows their guests to enjoy their privacy and feel pampered while on the premises. Visitors can enjoy a relaxed swim in the crystal blue pool, or a peaceful quite Sunday barbecue within the private gardens of the lodge. Polokwane Game reserve is a mere 10 minutes’ drive for that special African safari feel. A day tour to the Kruger national park is an absolute must for the big five. «A walk with the Lions» at a nearby Lions Park and game reserve is an absolute must which is only found in Limpopo! 14
  15. 15. General plan. O163 Smeraldo Tours Kuoni O162 Connect O161 O163 Smeraldo Tours Kuoni O162 Connect O161 Bar Sky Team Südafrika O159 O157 Bar Air Berlin O154 Sky Team Südafrika O159 O157 AidaBerlin Air O154 O160 Ägypten O158 Aida Ägypten O160 O158 Star Clippers Cuba Corps Touristique O165 O164 O155 Star Clippers Cuba Corps Touristique O165 O164 O155 Travel Inside O150 TTS O152 Travel Inside O150 TTS Hertz O152 O151 Hertz O151 Seezimmer 4 Meeting Room 4 Seezimmer Meeting Room Seezimmer 3 Seezimmer 3 See- Seezimmer 2 Meeting Room See- Seezimmer 2 Meeting Room zimmer 1 zimmer 1 Meeting Room Meeting Room TTWTTW Office Office Kongresshaus Zürich Kongresshaus Zürich 0 0 55 1. OG 1. KONGRESSAAL KONGRESSAAL MST. 1:250 1.00m = = 4mm MST. 1:250 1.00m 4mm O150 – O190 O150 O190 Letzte Änderung: 22.09.2011 Letzte Änderung: 22.09.201115
  16. 16. OsecSwiss Import Promotion Programme Follow us.Stampfenbachstrasse 85CH-8006 Zurich www.sippo.chPhone +41 44 365 51 51 +41 44 365 52 © OsecSeptember 2011. All rights reserved.