As preparations continue apace for WYSTC 2014, which will bring the youth, student and educational travel community together in Dublin this September, the host city for the 2015 event is already announced.
Cape Town, South Africa will be the host city for WYSTC 2015. South Africa’s Deputy Minister of Tourism, Tokozile Xasa, has confirmed that she will be attending WYSTC 2014 to discuss youth and student travel trends within South Africa with the conference’s international attendees. Ms Xasa will also address the delegation during a networking reception on the evening of Wednesday, 24 September.
As preparations continue apace for WYSTC 2014, which will bring the youth, student and educational travel community together in Dublin this September, the foundations are already being laid for the annual event’s first visit to Africa next year.
With the continent offering a wealth of untapped potential for one of the travel industry’s fastest growing segments, especially for developing language learning as a form of travel, Cape Town – declared ‘World Design Capital’ in 2014 – was deemed an ideal location for next year’s gathering of the youth travel community.
WYSTC 2015 will be held at Cape Town’s International Convention Centre from 22 – 25 September. Registration will open early next year.