A group of colourfully dressed Indian dancers entertain the audience at Durban's ICC Centre, at the opening ceremony of Indaba, which attracted various African and global tourists, media and hosted buyers. Photo by EDGAR R. BAT
A journalist enjoys a zipline experience during a canopy tour in the province of Limpompo. The adventure indulgence involves zipping across waterfalls and rocks, which is a whole adrenaline rush experience. Photo by EDGAR R. BATTE
Tourists admire fish kept and bred in aquaria at the Ushaka Marine Park in Durban, South Africa. The park has a number of marine tourist products. Photo by EDGAR R. BATTE
A traditional dance troupe of Zulu dancers and singers performing at the opening of Indaba 2017, a leading travel expo hosted in Durban, South Africa. Photo by EDGAR R. BATTE
Minister of Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, Professor Ephraim Kamuntu shares a light word with Swaziland's tourism minister, Christopher Gamedze. This was during the opening ceremony of Indaba, in South Africa on Tuesday.
A dolphin jumps up from the water, creating a splash before an audience at Ushaka Marine Park in Durban, South Africa. Photo by EDGAR R. BATTE
Part of the Ugandan delegation at the Indaba, Africa's biggest travel expo. Their unique traditional outfit of busuuti, adorned by ladies, and kanzu, clad by men, drew curiosity of visitors and exhibitors alike. Photo by Edgar R. Batte
A tour operator at the Uganda stand smiles for our camera. Uganda got praised for its unique tourism offerings by South African president, Jacob Zuma, creating more interest among tourists to visit the Uganda stand.
A group of international journalists pose for the camera just before they were taken out to indulge in Painball game in one of the forested areas of Limpompo, in South Africa. Photo by EDGAR R. BATTE
A dolphin shows off some sporty antics as it plays with a ball at the Ushake Marine Park in Durban, one of South Africa's leading tourist destinations. Photo by EDGAR R. BATTE