See who won the inaugural TravelMole African Web Awards




The winners have been announced for the inaugural TravelMole African Web Awards, held in Durban during Indaba at the weekend.

The event was sponsored by Tourism Kwa Zulu Natal, RWA Ltd, A2bTravelExtras, Lead Generators and Southern Sun.

And the winners are:

Accommodation over 20 rooms
www.kasbah-agounsane.com

Accommodation under 20 rooms
www.rivertrees.com

Area attraction (activity or tour)
www.namibiawildlifesafaris.com

Inbound operator African destination
www.thefarhorizons.com

Outbound operator
www.travelfix.co.za

Lodges
www.tongabezi.com

Overseas operator Africa specialist
www.iloveafrica.it

Overseas agent Africa specialist
www.acacia-africa.com

Social media supporting Africa
www.africaanswers.com

Tourist board
www.namibiatourism.com.na

The winners were selected by a panel of judges including chair Frank Orman of Lead Generators, South-African-based 1time airline commercial director Desmond O"Connor, Karen Black of Mamba Media, Tolene van der Merwe of Boutiquetravelmarketing.com and Geoff Elske from The Automobile Association of South Africa.

Monday, May 9, 2011



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