Lilizela success stories of survival

South African Tourism has launched an initiative to honour the heroes and acknowledge tourism businesses that have managed to find innovative ways to survive during this difficult time. If you’d like to participate and tell your story as part of the #SurvivalStories campaign, please complete the questions below in a word document or any format that you are able to use and submit to Debbie Damant at SA Tourism via email to feedback@lilizela.co.za.

1. Name of business or tour guide as used in *promotional material?

2. Describe the services you offer in 100 to 250 words?

3. Are you a graded accommodation type or venue, if so, provide your grading membership details?

4. Submit a maximum of 3 images for your application? (These can be attached to your email when you submit)

5. Where in South Africa are you based?

6. In 350 to 500 words, tell us how creative you were to keep your business open as well as any innovative efforts you made to drive revenue and/or keep any staff employed?

7. Are you currently participating in our domestic Deals Driven Campaign, check out https://deals.southafrica.net/za/en/account/login for more information. If you participate and have a special discounted price point, the Domestic Tourism team will promote it for free.

8. I have the authority and agree for South African Tourism to use the content submitted in this form. Reply Yes or No

9. Full name of the person submitting this form.

10. Full contact details including email and cell phone.

NOTE: If you have videos and any type of audio-visual material that can be attached to your story application, it will assist us in better profiling your business as well as your rates or special deals.

Contact feedback@lilizela.co.za if you need assistance or experience any challenges when completing the form.

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