Dear Tourism Partner
Please find attached invitation to attend the N12 Treasure Route stakeholder engagement workshop on the 20th October 2015. We will provide full details of the venue, closer to the date.
Herewith just a short briefing to inform you on the N12 Treasure Route.
The National Department of Tourism (NDT) is supporting the N12 Treasure Route through the N12 Treasure Route Association. A consultation session with the National Department and relevant public sectors was held on the 21st September 2015 at the Eden District Municipality, George.
The N12 Treasure Route goes through BEAUFORT WEST, OUDTSHOORN, DE RUST and ends in GEORGE.
This is what I have taken from their website. You are welcome to visit their website for more information.
WELCOME TO N12 TREASURE ROUTE!
The N12 Treasure Route, which forms part of the N12 National Route, stretches from Emalahleni (Witbank) in Mpumalanga past Delmas into Gauteng, Johannesburg onto Carletonville passing Soweto and into the North West Province via Potchefstroom close to the Vredefort Dome World Heritage Site. From there it enters the City of Matlosane/KOSH (Klerksdorp, Orkney, Stilfontein and Hartbeesfontein) through Wolmaransstad, Bloemhof and Christiana onto Kimberley in the Northern Cape Province. From Kimberley, it stretches through Hopetown, Strybenburg and Britstown to the historical town of Victoria West. Just South of Victoria West at Three Sisters, the route joins the N1 National Route to Beaufort West. From there, it runs south through De Rust and Dysseldorp onto Oudtshoorn and ultimately over the Outeniqua Pass where it ends where it meets the N2 National Route in George, just short of the Indian Ocean at Victoria Bay.
Please contact Rene Linnert if you need any other information.
Temporary Administrative Officer: Tourism
Eden District Municipality – Strategic Services
(w) 044 803 1426
RSVP to TMlindazwe@tourism.gov.za before 15 October.