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An attraction is a resource (natural or human-made, free to enter or paid for) that is developed and managed to attract local and international visitors for the purposes of entertainment, education, or interest.

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AAVEA’s represents the interests of visitor experiences and attractions, raises awareness of the contribution they make to the broader tourism industry, and hosts an annual conference that provides education, networking, and collaboration opportunities. Our members are visitor experience and attraction professionals, tourism industry stakeholders, and suppliers to visitor experiences and attractions.

 

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Whether your visitors are school children, domestic visitors, or international tourists, you draw visitors by consistently providing an interesting and enjoyable encounter. Your top priority is to deliver an exceptional experience to every visitor, so take your attraction, experience, or cultural institution to new heights with the knowledge, connections, and expertise you’ll gain with AAVEA.

 

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AAVEA 2020

Building on the success of the five previous Attractions Africa Conferences (2014 – 2018) and the inaugural Annual AAVEA Conference (2019), the second Annual AAVEA Conference (AAVEA 2020) will be held in August 2020. We are reconfiguring our successful longstanding conference to a one day virtual meeting. We think it is important to regroup and reconnect, now more than ever, so watch the space for confirmation of the date and the exciting new format.

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Visitor #Attractions20: Incorporating increased visible hygiene protocols and communication into your reopening plans

By Fatima Anter During these uncertain times, we’ve seen the closure of attractions for the foreseeable future, and attraction managers have had to familiarise themselves with terms such as “low-touch economy”. For many tourism businesses and attractions this is a bit harder to implement, but, as with most industries, we have to adapt. In our previous post we listed the four areas attraction managers need to focus on to ensure readiness to open. These were: Physical distancing measures Plan for...
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