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SA Tourism and Asata have joined forces to promote leisure add-ons to businesses and business travellers in South Africa.

The leisure add-on experiences for business trips that will be featured in activations to corporates will include kayaking up the Storms River, travelling around Namaqualand by bike, experiencing the Midlands with a beer tasting, and gastronomy in Johannesburg. 

“We will be hosting activations at corporates across the country to showcase the experiences that business travellers can enjoy by themselves, or with their family, if they extend their business in town and stay a few days to enjoy the many activities on offer,” explained Kim Koen, gm of Asata. 

Koen said bleisure travel, the combination of business and leisure travel, was a massive travel trend. 


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