Moja Heritage is South Africa’s prominent marketer of cultural, historic and natural heritage attractions - the authoritative guide to the best museums, struggle sites, galleries, rock art, historic trains & mines, aquariums, botanical gardens, cultural centres, historic wineries, craft & community centres for the tourism industry and visitors.

Participants are featured online and in print.

Our interactive website,, allows users to search by category and region, and is used by both travellers and the trade, and linked to other tourism websites including South African Tourism.

The guide is available as App for both Apple or Android.

The eGuide is the electronic version of the guide. It is easy to read by clicking through the pages on-screen – on PCs, laptops and mobile devices.

The Blog features an exciting array of arts, cultural and design happenings around South Africa, alongside more meaty stories on our history and heritage. Our Facebook, Twitter and Pinterest pages are very active and showcase the best in SA art & design, décor, musicians, entertainment and lifestyle.

The printed guide is a full colour DL handbook, laid out for easy reference by the tourism trade.

We are delighted to be working with South African Tourism in the heritage space in the coming year. SAT branding is prominently featured on our App as well as on our eGuide, website and printed guide, and our eGuide will feature on their website. Twenty SAT-sponsored attractions will be featured across all our print and digital platforms while all Heritage members will be listed on SAT’s database. 


18000 guidebooks are distributed to:

•  Tour operators, travel agents and tour guides

•  PCO’s

•  Hotel concierges

•  Tourism info offices

•  Embassies

•  Roadshows to distribute directly to foreign tour wholesalers

•  2 000 copies a year on our prominent stand at Indaba

•  Major international trade shows

•  The eGuide is mailed to 8 000 travel industry contacts


Digital: eGuide + iPad App + App

DL Guidebook: 210mm x 98mm, 18 000 copies 

Annual Membership: March 2015 - February 2016

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