Tours, baecations and short lefts – tourism on the mend as South Africans explore

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Hayani Guesthouse and Conference Centre in Polokwane owner, Grace Sibara.
Hayani Guesthouse and Conference Centre in Polokwane owner, Grace Sibara.
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For months South Africans have been stuck indoors. They tried to adjust to the new normal as much as possible, sometimes creating vacations in their back yards.

The rapid spread of the coronavirus forced the passport gang to stay home and find new places to explore.

Now with the opening of the country with level two, the tourism industry is getting a much needed boost.

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