So far, only three major provinces do not host this event being Cape Town, Gauteng and Durban.
Held in September, which is also identified as Heritage Month, NC has an abundance of heritage to preserve and by virtue of being host for 2014, this is an opportunity to lay-bare what they pride themselves i.e. economically and socially.
One of the draw-cards for the province is the internationally acclaimed tourism site Big Hole.
During his Parliament address last year, the President of SA Jacob Zuma, announced that it will have its first University, which is under construction in Kimberley-better known as Diamond City.
Although the value-book of the host province is not revealed on how much it has generated during tourism month activities, tourism businesses estimates it makes good returns.
Dates and activities will be announced soon by both South African Tourism and Northern Cape Tourism Agency.