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Mice Net : August 2009
south africa the wild side taking a walk on South Africa Tourism took buyers to Cape Town recently to get a taste of the destination for events, including mice.net’s Johanna McKinnon. Our first day was spent with Dragonfly Africa, and with a luxurious transfer from the airport we made our way to the Cape of Good Hope. Before we knew it we were on board a boat and roaring over the waves to get a closer look at the renowned lighthouse that has directed many ships through torrential waters. With a beautiful alfresco lunch waiting for us we were soon back on dry land to refuel before our adventure continued. After donning a hard hat we explored the construction site of the One&Only Resort. This spectacular five-star resort and waterfront development opened in April 2009 and includes Gordon Ramsay’s restaurant Nobu. O ur itinerary was filled with intrigue and surprise and all we knew was that three destination management companies would be looking after us and showcasing their favourite parts of Cape Town. The lighthouse at the Cape of Good Hope. Send your clients on an experience not just a conference. No matter what size of corporate group you’re organising we offer a range of great deals to Africa. We work directly with SA Tourism and you to make the planning of fl ights and facilities easy. As Africa’s largest airline, we have the most extensive fl ight connections within Africa and one of the world’s youngest fl eets. And with 10 fl ights to Africa a week we’re ready when you are. Contact our Group Sales Department in Sydney on 02 9286 8962 to discuss your client’s next MICE program. mice.net 111 FLYING DAILY FROM SEPTEMBER PERTH TO JOHANNESBURG