The Mpumalanga government has declared 2017 the ‘year of tourism’, given that the province has been awarded the opportunity to host World Tourism Day on 27 September.
The 2017 Official Visitors’ Guide is an appetiser to the Kruger Lowveld region, offering sound travel advice and interesting travel tips.
People planning a trip to the Kruger Lowveld region would do well to get their hands on the KLT Z-CARD®.
Kruger Lowveld Tourism’s (KLT) official 2016 Kruger Lowveld/Ehlanzeni Visitors’ Guide is out and awaiting your collection!
Kruger Lowveld Tourism (KLT) has added ‘Ehlanzeni’ to its destination brand to enable the travel and tourism destination to appeal to a wider target audience.
Spring break is around the corner and the long, lazy days of December beckon. As South Africa’s premier inland tourism destination, Kruger Lowveld is set to welcome an influx of visitors.
Trans African Concessions (TRAC) has partnered with Kruger Lowveld Tourism (KLT) and the South African Police Services (SAPS) in a ground-breaking, four-month pilot project to boost KLT’s Roadside Anti-Corruption Initiative until the end of December.
Kruger Lowveld Tourism (KLT) kick-starts Tourism Month, in September, by engaging all tourism sector players in the area to develop a new marketing strategy that will take it into the future.
Kruger Lowveld Tourism (KLT)’s annual tourist map and guide has become one of the Lowveld’s must-have items for all visitors to the region.