As the world celebrated the world tourism day on Sunday 27th September, the aspirant tourism students of a local TVET College visited the Village of Mnini and had the chance to engage and be educated about the significance of the day. In activities carried out by the host venue through Durban Tourism together with Project Enza, and supported by Africa Tourism Association.
Project Enza over the years has commemorated the world tourism day with an event to solicit attention for the tourism industry. By doing this it has also aimed at Educating and Exposing those they have the pleasure to engage with.
Adapting the global theme of Tourism and Rural Development, the organizers staged a hybrid event where students in Durban assembled at the ICC to watch the world tourism day dialogue in accordance with the health and safety protocols.
The panelists which comprised hotelier, digital expertise, professional event organiser and women’s group leader Brainstormed on how tourism can be a cardinal pillar in driving development in rural communities.
The founder of Project Enza was on the ground in Mnini where she conducted 50 tourism students around Mnini Dam Tourist attraction located in the UMgababa to experience nature, adventure, culture,with authentic cuisine in absolute tranquility.
Project Enza is a Not-for-profit company who’s aim is to preserve excellence in tourism through education and exposure, based in South Africa.