Published on : Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Last week, the Nelson Mandela Bay Tourism greeted the inclusion of Segway Beachfront Tours and Black Impala Tshisa Nyama to grow the variety of offerings to be introduced before the holiday season of the summers.
The Segway is an electric, noiseless, eco-friendly, self-balancing scooter all geared up to provide an extremely fun and easy ride to the user. It will provide the visitors and locals of all ages to have a kind of a thrilling excursion along the beachfront promenade.
The guided Segway fun rides and tours have been planned to operate on four routes along the beachfront connecting Kings Beach and Summerstrand, along with three exhilarating forest park routes in Happy Valley.
Councillor Andrew Whitfield of Economic Development, Agriculture and Tourism explained that tourism has the highest contribution in GDP so far and also, stimulates and maintain the contribution to the local economy.
“With each new attraction or activity comes employment opportunity. For each permanent job opportunity there are also indirect benefits which filter through to the transport, agriculture and other sectors,” Whitfield said.
Also, a contemporary and stylish tshisha nyama, Black Impala has been introduced in Deal Party to perk up the local cultural cuisine offerings.
This new establishment will be added by NMB Tourism to the list of real and new excitements on offer in the Bay.
Black Impala is a barbecue restro bar and venue for hosting braai meat, Afro foods, salads and stews with other items at affordable prices.
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