South African hotels are visited by both domestic and international travellers. However, the high price of luxury hotels very often makes them accessible only to a niche group of local travellers, ie high income earners and the wealthy. The weaker rand, on the other hand, is making travel to South Africa more appealing. Even if in terms of prices there may not be a noticeable difference, with prices being season-dependent, the costs of touristic activities such as safaris become relatively cheap...
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