Comprising the 4th World Whale Conference and the 2nd Whale Heritage Sites Summit this years conference theme is ‘Towards Responsible Tourism for Cetaceans’.
Hosted by Durban KwaZulu-Natal Convention Bureau and eThekwini Municipality the 4th World Whale Conference will focus on responsible tourism for whales and dolphins and will unite national, regional and global stakeholders from whale conservation and welfare backgrounds, the whale watching industry, travel and tourism representatives, and beyond, to share evidence and discuss strategies to ensure protection of cetaceans in southern Africa and worldwide.
To keep up to date with the event proceedings visit World Whale Conference
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Sodurba Tourism on the road viewing new and informative tourist routes
For a community to succeed, everyone needs to have the same opportunities and so it was that the Bluff Hope Centre was born. The centre will offer prospects of an improved future to the destitute and despairing.
Through the kindness of a gaggle of volunteers, the centre aims to provide to those members of society who have been left behind.
While the focus initially is on the Bluff, the team hopes to expand and they call on anyone willing to donate their time, money or services to get involved. Call Lorraine on 083-923-9196 or 031-467-6927 or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
Touring Lamontville… here’s a sneak peak of what we saw during our visit.