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Avoid looking tired during your holiday

Apr 28th, 2015 Posted in Uncategorized | Comments Off on Avoid looking tired during your holiday

Many people travel to South Africa because it is an attractive tourist destination. Tourists can choose from a wide variety of interesting activities to spend their time wonderfully, including safaris, game viewing, township tours, visiting theme parks, diving with great white sharks, riding Ostriches and many other adventures. Yet they should no neglect the nightlife, because there are numerous theatres, live music venues, late-night bars, pubs and clubs. You will have to party all night long, but how will you deal the next morning with the huge dark under eye circles caused by fatigue?

Dark under eye circles can ruin your holiday to South Africa

revitol south africaFatigue and sleepless nights can lead to the appearance of dark circles under eyes and puffy bags, according to WebMD. These unpleasant signs can make you look very tired and the pictures you will take in South Africa will not show the best version of you. If you want to quickly eliminate dark circles under eyes, puffy bags and fine lines, you should take Revitol Eye Cream in your bag during your trip to South Africa.

Revitol is a powerful eye cream made with natural ingredients carefully chosen to quickly banish three beauty problems at once: dark circles, puffiness and fine wrinkles around eyes. The eye cream promoted on the website has the ability to efficiently remove these beauty problems because it contains in its powerful formula Bisabolol, Niacinamide, N-Hydroxycicinimide and Chrysin, compounds that nourish, hydrate and moisturize skin while they also efficiently combat the signs of fatigue and aging.

Whether you go to South Africa for just a few days or for a few weeks, the nightlife in this place can leave you extremely tired. Your face will look quite exhausted, but if you take Revitol Eye Cream in your pack and you take proper care of your skin, you will help your skin look smoother, softer, brighter and considerably younger than before. Due to this amazing natural cream, you will not look exhausted and you will still look amazing in the photos they you will take in your holiday to South Africa.

There are a few little tricks that can help you eliminate puffy bags, dark circles and fine lines naturally, but they require special ingredients and proper time to prepare them and apply them on the eyes. You can eliminate dark under eye circles with home-made remedies that include Vitamin E oil, cold tea bags, almond oil and cooled slices of avocado, cucumber or potato, but it would be difficult to use these natural solutions during your vacation in South Africa.

If you want to treat and even prevent the appearance of fine lines, puffy bags and dark circles around your eyes, you should start using Revitol Eye Cream. This cream is highly efficient in treating and eliminating these beauty problems and you will no longer have to hide them with many different cosmetic products. Take Revitol cream in your vacation in South Africa and enjoy your adventure day and night!

About Us

May 16th, 2014 Posted in About Us | Comments Off on About Us

TourismWeb is a uniquely designed system that captures Southern Africa tourism traffic on the Internet. This is achieved by a series of strategically placed websites, links, Internet marketing and e-mail campaigns. The traffic and/customers are then routed to chosen/listed enterprises.

Our initial offering is to advertise and register each company on 100 websites with 10 million* views per month. This listing comprises of four pages for each client per site, multiplied by 100 sites gives you 400 targeted web pages.

These websites have been strategically developed to cover all of the categories found in the tourism industry. These categories include:

Adventure and Sport
Culture and Art
Wining and Dining
Health and beauty
Nature and Game Reserves
Tours and Safaris
Cars and Motorbikes
Conferencing and Events
Tourist Attractions

These categories are extremely broad and cover many sectors within the tourism industry. For example, Accommodation consists of the following sectors:

Guest House / Guest farms
Bed and Breakfast
Lodges/Country Estates

TourismWeb not only specialises in international traffic, but also captures a considerable amount of local traffic. We advertise and place links on a wide range of partner sites. The Internet is a highly competitive industry but the potential that exists within the industry is immeasurable. Our business is the Internet and we are professionals in this field. Companies will leave their online advertising in our hands, therefore focusing on their core business.

With the Soccer World Cup 2010, the amount of internet traffic to the South African Market and surrounding area’s will increase significantly. We will be poised to route this traffic to our sites.

Companies might also feel that, by having their own websites, they have sufficient exposure. The exposure, hits and traffic that Tourism Web will generate for the company is far greater than that of a single isolated website. Once their company enters our “web”, it will be viewed by a large number of tourist’s everyday, 24 hours a day.

Travel tips

May 16th, 2014 Posted in South Africa accommodation | Comments Off on Travel tips

+ travel tips
– The South African time zone is GMT+2.

– English is widely spoken and is generally the accepted means of communication.
– South Africa has eleven official languages.

– Rand (R) = 100 cents.
– Denominations of coins: 1c, 2c, 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, R1, R2, R5.
– Denominations of notes: R10, R20, R50, R100, R200.
– The value of the rand against most currencies makes South Africa one of the most inexpensive sources of African souvenirs. – International credit cards are accepted.
– Traveller’s cheques can be cashed at all major banks, hotels and foreign exchange offices in major shopping centres.

– Banking hours are generally from 09H00 – 15H30, Mondays to Fridays. Saturday banking hours are from 08H30 – 11H00.
– Cash card fraud and scams are rife throughout the country. Tourists should be careful and alert at all times.
– Banks at all international airports are open two hours either side of international arrivals and departures. ATM’s (automatic teller machines) are numerous and are available all over the country.

– Airport taxes are included in the airfare and need not be paid separately.
– Value Added Tax (VAT) is payable on all goods and services in South Africa, except on a few basic foods.
– VAT refunds can be obtained at airports upon departure from the country for goods purchased in South Africa (with a unit price exceeding R250.00).
– Foreign visitors should ensure that they receive a VAT invoice and a VAT 255 form from the retailer/wholesaler.
– Both of these forms should be presented together with the goods to the VAT Refund Administrator after passing through passport control on departure from the country.
– VAT on services is not refundable.

– 220-240V, 50Hz AC, mostly three round-pin sockets (one 10mm and two 8mm prongs).
– Accommodation establishments usually have two round-pin sockets for razors and many have hairdryers as permanent fixtures.
– International socket adaptors will be necessary.

– Seasons are opposite to those of the Northern hemisphere.
– October is an ideal season for touring – it is spring then.
– Those who go to South Africa for animal viewing in particular might want to go in the winter months. The grass is short and animals tend to gather around water holes.

– Generally Monday – Friday 08H30 to 17H00.
– Saturdays 08H30 – 13H00.
– Some shopping centres trade on Sunday mornings as well.

– When hiring a car in South Africa, you will need a valid driver’s licence. – International and domestic airlines operate between the main cities, with charter services available. – Coach tours operate nationwide on a daily basis. – Intercity train services with regular bus services are available. – To hire a taxi, you will need to call a taxi company or find one at a centrally located taxi rank. Taxi ranks can usually be found in city centres and at major airports. – Make sure the meter in the taxi starts at zero.

– Tips are expected and customary, but not compulsory.
– Tips are given according to the service levels received.
– A 10% tip is standard for good service received from taxi drivers and restaurant waiters.
– For groups of eight or more, restaurants will add gratuity to your bill.
– Hotel porters should receive a small tip as well.

– Take an organised tour of a black township. You will be amazed at the friendliness and openness that you will encounter there.
– Don’t let the crime worry you so much that you forget to enjoy the country. All the pleasures and beauty of the country and its inhabitants will pass you by if you allow this to happen.
– Try and visit a Zulu or other ethnic village. The traditional dancing is a must-see.
– Take a tour of a working gold mine.
– Do not swim at beaches where others are not swimming. Shark nets do not protect some beaches.
– Try and catch the Springboks in action to experience the electrifying atmosphere.
– Men should pack in a smart jacket/coat and a tie as some restaurants require them in the evening.
– Pack in a flashlight if visiting a game reserve – it will come in handy.
– Try and arrange to see a diamond cutting works in Johannesburg. Ask at your hotel for information.