• Sabi Sabi

    Photo credit by Sabi Sabi Game Reseve, Kruger National Park, South Africa

  • Tswalu

    Photo credit by Amakhala Game Reserve, Eastern Cape, South Africa

  • IMG_3851

    Photo credit by !Khwa ttu San Culture and Education Centre, Western Cape, South Africa

  • Amakhala

    Amakhala Game Reserve, Eastern Cape, South Africa

Elephant Walk Man on Uganda

Elephant Walk Man on Uganda leg of East Africa to raise awareness on the plight of African Elephants Kenyan born Jim Justus Nyamu nicknamed “The Elephant Walk Man” has been walking across the East Africa for the last 100 days to raise awareness on the plight of African elephants . He has mingl...  Continue reading

Tourism and hotel investors in Africa rate continent top for investment

TANZANIA (eTN) – Hotel and hospitality industry stakeholders in Africa who are meeting in Tanzania said the African continent remains the world’s most attractive investment area in tourism despite the low figures of tourist inflow from key global travel markets. They said Africa remains th...  Continue reading

Tanzania open for business: Hosts high-level hospitality conference

TANZANIA (eTN) – Senior executives and investors in the hotel and hospitality industry from Africa are meeting in the Tanzanian capital and commercial city of Dar es Salaam for a two-day conference to discuss pertinent issues facing the fast-growing hotel sector in Africa. The 4th Annual Afr...  Continue reading

Rwanda: Global African Investment Summit goes underway today

The weeklong celebration of Rwanda’s conservation achievements, known as Kwita Izina, has come to an end last Friday night, after 22 young born gorillas were named in front of President Paul Kagame, who for the second year running attended the event. One of the ‘namers’ was Sir D...  Continue reading

WTTC challenges tourism businesses to show how sustainable they are

The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) challenges Travel & Tourism organisations to show how sustainable they are by entering their sustainable business initiatives for the Tourism for Tomorrow Awards 2017. David Scowsill, President & CEO, WTTC said: “I am pleased to announce that...  Continue reading

Tourists to view ‘Ring of Fire’ over Tanzania’s wildlife parks

TANZANIA (eTN) – Tourists visiting Africa are set to view a big ring of fire made up by annular solar eclipse, that will dominate the wildlife parks and other tourist hotspots in southern highlands of Tanzania Thursday afternoon. Southern zones of Tanzania and parts of Southern Africa will e...  Continue reading

Morocco Tourism implements travel regulatory components

To achieve the Vision 2020 Tourism Strategy, the Morocco Ministry of Tourism is focusing on four major components: tourism quality, a global support system for tourism businesses, increased support for tourism federations and associations, and increased educational opportunities for tourism profes...  Continue reading

Rwanda’s revenue sharing boosts broad based conservation efforts

The Rwanda Development Board hosted a ceremony late last week that features the launch of an anti-poaching campaign and the inauguration of community projects near Nyungwe National Park. The community projects realized under the tourism revenue sharing scheme comprise of the addition of four new c...  Continue reading

Census of Kenya’s Grevy Zebras now complete: 90% of animals in Kenya

In 2016 the first ever national census of Grevy’s zebras was held between January 30 and 31. The Great Grevy’s Rally (GGR) took place in northern Kenya, as this is where the largest populations of Grevy’s are found, and included the participation of conservancy managers, national reserve war...  Continue reading

Thinking out of the box to capture the tourism market

The challenges of some countries in Africa to establish themselves as major tourism destinations, appear to be harder than those of others, and for a variety of reasons. Anti-travel advisories, embargos, sleeping bureaucrats, failed marketing strategies, poor legislation and regulations, high taxe...  Continue reading
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