AMA (WA) Clinical Conference & Post Conference Tour 2015

AMA (WA) Clinical Conference & Post Conference Tour 2015


Wednesday 18 February 2015

The AMA (WA) is delighted to announce that the 2015 Clinical Conference will be held in Cape Town, South Africa, with the Post Conference tour to Pilanesburg National Park and Zambia – featuring Victoria Falls and Chobe Game Reserve.

 

Conferencing will feature presentations relevant to a range of interests and specialties delivered including a comprehensive program focusing on health topics relevant to South Africa. Full details will be available in the Conference program.

 

Delegates will stay in luxury accommodation at the iconic Table Bay hotel, located at the foot of Table Bay. Highlights of the Cape Town Conference tour include:

 

  • The vibrant ‘Mother City’ of South Africa, Cape Town, with its unique architecture and natural beauty
  • The Cape Peninsula – a region of stunning beauty and ruggedness along the Atlantic Coast
  • Table Mountain – the definitive symbol of Cape Town. From the top, admire the magnificent views of the Cape Peninsula
  • The picturesque Cape Winelands with its vast array of natural wonders and heritage sites. Home to some of the world’s most stunning scenery and the most sought-after wines on the planet!!
  • Experience the unique food and culture of the region

 

For more information on dates as well as the locations included in the Post-conference tour, please click here

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