More foreign visitors flocking to Bay

Wildlife, nature among top reasons for 36% increase in three years, tourism board finds

Within three years, the influx of foreign visitors to Nelson Mandela Bay’s shores have shot up more than 36%, with big-ticket events and self-promotion key to maintaining the trend. This is according to tourism experts, speaking on the future of tourism in the city. A report compiled by the Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism (NMBT) board indicated that foreign visits to the Bay had risen 36.

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