Individuals going to South Africa may want to make sure they stop off at Cape Town.
This because the location has been revealed as the best governed municipality in the country, which could be of interest for those going on South Africa holidays.
Alderman Ian Neilson, executive deputy mayor of Cape Town, noted the area hopes to maintain its excellence.
He added "our capacity to invest in infrastructure and provide the highest possible level of basic services" has been improved due to the way the region has been run.
Moody's International recently noted Cape Town will be keeping its double-A credit rating for the fifth year in succession.
The latest budget introduced by the council will see significant improvements in the infrastructure of the area, which could attract further tourism to the location.
Cape Town Tourism hopes to get the city into the top ten destinations globally in terms of economic yield.