The pass is already a success in Australia and the Far East and Durban is the first South African city where it has been launched. Durban Tourism is very much behind this initiative, which offers a saving of up to 40% on almost 20 key Durban hot spots for tourists.
Steve Crory, CEO of Smartvisit Solutions, told the press: "The pass not only aims to expose more of what Durban has to offer but, due to the significant savings that the pass holder will experience, will also encourage tourists to visit more attractions to get the best value, which will ultimately benefit many businesses in the tourism industry."
Look out for passes coming to Johannesburg and Cape Town in 2013.
Get the pass at one of the listed attractions around the city, at leading hotels, B&Bs, travel agencies, car hire, iVenture call centre and, soon, online.
Durban Tourism offices will act as the card collection point for many of these bookings.
For more information, contact 086 199 4439 or www.seedurbanpass.com
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