SA Trends: Online Travel Spend Decreases, Bookings Continues To Rise

From Ideate Fri Dec 14 2012, 04:45:55

More and more connected South Africans are opting to book their holiday accommodation online. While 2012 holiday season bookings are showing a steep upward trend, consumers are re-evaluating their budgets and tightening their belts on holiday accommodation spending. This is according to SafariNow.com, Africa's largest online travel booking site which receives more than 750,000 visitors [...] Related posts:

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