Batswana advised to explore cultural tourism

Sharing advice: Motsepe (right) at his booth at the ATI PIC: CHAKALISA DUBE
Sharing advice: Motsepe (right) at his booth at the ATI PIC: CHAKALISA DUBE

DURBAN: Batswana have been advised to explore investing heavily in cultural tourism in order to broaden the country’s tourism products.

The call comes after the realisation that Botswana boasts many compelling historical sites and culture but cultural tourism is yet to gain momentum in the country.

The advice to Batswana was rendered by Johannesburg-based tour operator, Meshack Motsepe, who not so long ago ventured into the cultural tourism space. His business, MCT Tours and Safaris, offers clients a taste of South Africa’s township experience, heritage and culture. Motsepe is one of the Small, Medium and Micro Enterprises (SMMEs) exhibiting their products at the Africa travel Indaba which is underway in Durban.

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