Cape Town - The Cape Town visitor experience has been enhanced by a new tour route aimed at boosting local tourism, thanks to a strategic partnership between Wesgro and City Sightseeing South Africa.
On Monday, 24 July Wesgro and the iconic red bus officially launched the Cape Explorer Winelands tour, offering visitors to Mother City an "enticing opportunity to sample the best the Winelands has to offer in a safe, scenic and even carbon neutral way".
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"The new Winelands tour route, which for the first time will take the City Sightseeing bus out of Cape Town," says City Sightseeing Managing Director, Claus Tworeck.
Wesgro CEO Tim Harris says, as Wesgro, they are proud to partner with City Sightseeing to boost local tourism.
"Wesgro is proud to partner with City Sightseeing and we look forward to working with this iconic attraction to get visitors out of the city and into the rest of the province to grow this vibrant sector and create local jobs," says Harris.
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In attendance, Western Cape Minister of Economic Opportunities Alan Winde, used the event as an opportunity to share some insights on the province’s tourism industry and seasonality.