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Industry Update

There are two types of holidaymakers: The families who want to reach their destination as soon as possible, because only then their holiday begins. 

The COVID-19 pandemic started off as a distant threat in China and rapidly spread to the rest of the world before we could even comprehend its severity.

The lockdown will begin on the evening of Thursday 26 March 2020 at 23:59. The lockdown will remain in force for 21 days. All South Africans will have to stay at home until midnight on Thursday 16 April 2020. 

We are entering a period in world history, unprecedented for most of us. Only the most wise and grey in our ranks will remember days where the world, and South Africa, had to stand together to resist an attack on our way of life. 

The ATKV is keeping a very close eye on the events surrounding the Coronavirus outbreak (COVID-19, caused by SARS-CoV-2), which was declared a global health emergency by the World Health Organization (WHO) – especially in light of the impact on the hospitality industry in South Africa, as well as projects in which the ATKV-NPO is involved.

A word from our youth portfolio ambassador – Minister Kganyago It is my pleasure to recommend SAACI to any business events stakeholder looking to make a meaningful impact in the industry. ATKV Resorts has been a patron member of SAACI for over four years now and we have not stopped reaping the rewards. As a company we, in recent years, decided to reposition our MICE division ...

Consumers today, have an established voice and their opinions matter. Organisations that offer meetings, incentives, conferences and events must be aware of their guests and delegates’ requirements to be more flexible and adaptable in this space.

Situated in some of the most beautiful parts of South Africa – surrounded by cultural gems, heritage sites and other exciting tourism attractions – ATKV Resorts boasts a diverse portfolio offering unparalleled hospitality.