The three-day show attracts Africa’s best tourism and travel trade offerings.
"Indaba is the heartbeat of an African industry that’s united in spirit," said Tourism Minister Derek Hanekom. "We share an entrepreneurial spirit across the continent and this is helping to develop the tourism industry faster than ever before."
Minister Hanekom said he looked forward to spending time on the tradeshow floor and exchanging information and ideas with exhibitors and buyers from across South Africa and the rest of Africa.
Around 1,200 tourism products from 25 African countries were exhibited at Indaba 2014 and more than 2,000 buyers from around the world attended the show.