CoCT, Table Mountain Cableway partner to promote affordable tourism for locals

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The City of Cape Town and Table Mountain Cableway have partnered to ensure that Table Mountain is accessible to even more locals and domestic visitors.

This announcement came off the back of a meeting that was held between the City’s mayoral committee member for assets and facilities management, Alderman James Vos, and Wahida Parker, the Cableway’s managing director.

The City is currently busy finalising a Draft Tourism Development Framework, which aims to boost domestic tourism by ensuring visitor comfort, improving and diversifying products and experiences, stimulating demand, as well as generating community involvement, benefits and support.

This announcement came off the back of a meeting that was held between the City’s mayoral committee member for assets and facilities management, Alderman James Vos, and Wahida Parker, the Cableway’s managing director.

The City is currently busy finalising a Draft Tourism Development Framework, which aims to boost domestic tourism by ensuring visitor comfort, improving and diversifying products and experiences, stimulating demand, as well as generating community involvement, benefits and support.

“We have committed to building an inclusive city and to make our tourism offerings accessible to residents from all communities. Through the framework, we hope to champion the further diversification of our tourism products to continue to drive local demand that makes business sense,” said Alderman Vos.

“We have committed to building an inclusive city and to make our tourism offerings accessible to residents from all communities. Through the framework, we hope to champion the further diversification of our tourism products to continue to drive local demand that makes business sense,” said Alderman Vos.