Northern Cape Tourism shines on day one of INDABA 2016

May 07, 2016  — 

The Northern Cape Tourism Authority (NCTA) has an eye-catching and vibrant stand set-up at INDABA 2016, which kicked off at the Inkosi Albert Luthuli International Convention Centre (Durban ICC) today.

The exhibition stand, colourfully adorned with the NCTA colours, boasted various booths promoting the province's different regions and tourism routes.

NCTA representatives welcoming visitors to their stand

NCTA representatives welcoming visitors to their stand 

This stand stood high as one of the few double-level exhibitions

This stand stood high as one of the few double-level exhibitions 

The top level of the NCTA stand

The top level of the NCTA stand 

Rustic flora is used to create a very inviting feel

Rustic flora is used to create a very inviting feel 

Big, bold banners ran across the back of the stand

Big, bold banners ran across the back of the stand 

The smallest detail was taken into account, like these signs

The smallest detail was taken into account, like these signs 

NCTA marketing and promotions manager Dianna Martin said of the first day: “It has been really great to see the interest in the Northern Cape from all our core South African markets, but especially from the international markets that have come along with specific itineraries for travel to the Northern Cape. It is very rewarding to know the investment we made in this is showing results.”

It's been a very successful first day at INDABA for Northern Cape Tourism Authority. We are here until Monday, 9 May, come and visit us at stand 1B04 in the Durban Exhibition Centre.