Africa: Sun International stimulates appetite for Lost City at Accra Weizo Tourism Expo
The 5th Accra Weizo 2019 travel and tourism fair lived up to its expectation once again of championing the need for a seamless travel across the West African sub region.
The annual tourism fair which had over a 100 delegates in attendance has become a viable platform for tourism and travel professionals in the region to highlight challenges inhibiting the free movement of people and also proffer solutions that would make travel seamless in West Africa.
Accra Weizo also presents an avenue for tourism stakeholders in the region and Africa to promote and showcase amazing tourist destinations in the continent for tourists to explore.
One destination that will probably reverberate in the minds of participants at the 5th Accra Weizo travel fair for a time to come is the myth of a lost African kingdom, the Palace Lost City at Sun City, South Africa.
The Palace of the Lost City is truly a must visit for any tourist that is a lover of adventure, wildlife safari, business tourism and lots more.
The virtual presentation of this incredible destination by the Acting Group Manager, Africa Sales, Sun International, Dedier Bayeye, left an indelible impression in the minds of participants and may have fuelled the desire to explore the iconic palace. Dedier affirmed that Sun City now stands out as a Bleisure destination (Business Tourism), for business enthusiasts that wants to take time off their busy schedule.
With detailed explanation, he said the Lost City at Sun City is one of the most exciting and innovative tourist attractions in the world.
The 5-star Palace of the Lost City indulges the fantasy of a mythical civilisation in every detail, stepping through the huge doors, you’re instantly transported back in time to a place of wonder.
The Palace of the Lost City is fabled to be the royal residence of an ancient king. The grand proportions and graceful towers of the Palace are enhanced by sculptural detail, mosaics, frescoes and fountains, and nestled in an enchanting setting of an exotic jungle, complete with murmuring streams and gushing waterfalls.
He said the Palace of the Lost City, which was officially opened in 1992, is a tribute to man’s imagination and brilliant architectural achievement.
According to him, there are varieties of activities and tailored made services to engage tourists at the palace, from the swimming pool to safari, the Palace of the Lost City runs the gamut between classic luxury and thrilling adventure.
From sunrise hot-air balloon rides to sundowner cocktails, this is a destination made for lovers. Discover romantic things to do at The Palace of the Lost City, such as lounging beside swimming pools, dining out at five-star restaurants, or enjoying bespoke spa treatments in the privacy of your room.
The Palace of the Lost City is not lacking in adventure as tourists can also have the chance to toast the rising sun on an early morning hot-air balloon ride over the plains of the Pilanesberg National Park or discover the Big Five up close on a game drive or rhino-tracking safari.
With so many things to do at The Palace of the Lost City, there’s something for everyone to enjoy. Thrill-seekers, test your mettle down the world’s longest zip slide. Golf enthusiasts can choose from two world-class golf courses (or take a swing for victory at the golf simulator in the Hall of Fame).
By Friday Nwosu