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In addition to Cape Town International’s win for Best Airport in Africa and Best Airport Staff in Africa, OR Tambo International and King Shaka International took second and third place respectively in both these categories. King Shaka International was once again recognised as Best Regional Airport in Africa, building on the same success of last year. Additionally, East London, Port Elizabeth and Bloemfontein followed behind King Shaka International by securing the top positions in the same category. The 2016 World Airports Awards, which took place in Cologne, Germany are a measurement of customer satisfaction across airports globally. As the benchmark for the aviation industry, the World Airport Awards are voted by customers in the largest, independent annual global airport customer satisfaction survey. West Coast launches two new tourist routes The West Coast Way has officially launched two new sightseeing and tourism routes in the Cape West Coast region, aimed at showcasing some of the most beautiful outlying towns and locations on the Cape West Coast and surrounding inland areas. The routes, namely the Berg Route and Scenic Routes of the West Coast, were officially opened on Monday, 14 March, at the Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort and at Darling Brew, respectively. The West Coast Way Scenic Route begins in Malmesbury and includes Riebeek Valley, Hopefield, Koringberg, Moorreesburg, Yzerfontein and Darling. The West Coast Way Berg Route starts in Velddrif and follows a course through Laaiplek, Port Owen, Dwarskersbos, Rocherpan Nature Reserve, Elands Bay, Aurora, Redelinghuys and Verlorenvlei, the Piekenierskloof Mountain Resort, Citrusdal, Eendekuil, Porterville, Piketberg, Wittewater and Goedverwacht – covering an area that stretches from the Berg River to the start of the Cederberg Mountains. The two new routes will enhance the existing Cape to Namibia route by giving the opportunity to travellers to stop, explore and stay at towns in the Cape West Coast – thereby extending their experience of the Western Cape’s West Coast region. Northern Cape named as top world region to visit in 2016 While not considered your typical tourist destination, the border-lying province of the Northern Cape was named in Rough Guides’ top ten regions to visit in 2016. The province came in at number six on the list, beating the likes of Lombok in Indonesia and Castilla y Léon in Spain. “Power through the vast distances involved in travel here, and you’ll be rewarded with swathes of wildflowers blooming amid the region’s red dunes, mountain deserts and wildlife including the blackmaned lion of the Kalahari.” “Take the time to visit the lands of the San Bushmen, the oldest population of humans on Earth, or indulge your inner adrenaline junkie with kayak tours into Richtersveld National Park via the Orange River’s white-water rapids.” said Rough Guides of the Northern Cape. Other tourist attractions in the Northern Cape include the Southern African Large Telescope in Sutherland, Namaqualand and the Big Hole in Kimberley. While the humans are away, the dogs will play! The first-ever five-star dog hotel in South Africa, AtFrits Dog Hotel & Daycare Centre, open in Cape Town, offers tailored packages to suit any furry friend’s specific needs. It is the perfect home away from home for your dog to enjoy while you are on holiday or business and dog owners can relax knowing that their dogs are very well looked after. Hotel facilities include round-the-clock care, a salon and spa, a retail store, gourmet meals from an a la carte menu, DSTV, webcams (allowing owners to monitor their pets’ stay 24-hours a day), a snack bar and a vet to keep your pooch’s nose wet and his tail wagging until you return. For more info visit: MZANZI MZANZI TRAVEL| TRAVEL||ISSUE 1 | 11| 11

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