Swartland Strategy for 2017 - 2022. Shaping a better future.

 

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Message You Are Replying To John L. wrote:

Thanks Jolene,

Has any work been done yet to identify and prioritise the key attractions?

In Stellenbosch the municipality supported Franschhoek tourism to gain access to publicly owned assets e.g. mountains and Bergrivier dams to develop more tourism attractions. The private sector developed /are developing these attractions with approvals from public sector to increase "things to do" and therefore length of stay. Are there similar opportunities in Swartland?

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