In this ever-expanding global economy, Chambers across the U.S. are now offering members first hand learning opportunities about international economic cultures. These trade missions are not only a great way to educate business leaders about cultural differences among other countries, but in some cases they can offer an opportunity to open doors for potential trade opportunities and business relationships.
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Excite your inner adventurer in South Africa! Set out from Johannesburg for a safari in Kruger National Park, one of Africa’s leading game sanctuaries that covers more than 7,700 square miles of land between the Crocodile River in the south and the Limpopo in the north. It also boasts the greatest species diversity in Africa with more than 140 resident mammal species, including the iconic Big Five (lion, elephant, leopard, buffalo and rhino). A 4×4 vehicle gives you nearly unlimited photo opportunities to snap pictures of zebra, wildebeest, giraffe, hippo, crocodile, wild dog and vast antelope herds. Then explore the wine-producing region of the Cape Winelands, visit picturesque vineyard estates and sample some of the finest South African wines. Take a stroll through Stellenbosch, a charming vineyard village boasting splendidly preserved Cape Dutch and Georgian-Victorian architecture. Next, discover scenic Cape Town. This once colonial settlement is one of the world’s most picturesque tourist destinations and most beautiful cities. Snug between hilly mountains and pristine white beaches, Cape Town is often called the cosmopolitan hub of Africa.
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