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  • Flights

Burkina-Faso Burkina Faso consults ASECNA on the Bobo-Dioula International Airport Expansion Project

En raison de sa capacité limitée et de son fonctionnement en H14 (6h-20h), l'aéroport de Bobo-Dioulasso, géré par l'ASECNA, reste peu compétitif par rapport aux autres hubs de la région ouest africaine. Disposant d'une importante réserve foncière, le Burkina Faso souhaite lui donner tous les attributs correspondant à son statut d'aéroport international.

  • Destinations

Namibia Tourism Rebounds in Erongo

THE Erongo region, known for its pristine beaches, natural attractions, and vibrant coastal towns, has recorded a rebound in tourism in the past year - a welcome reprieve from the devastating effects of Covid-19 on the industry the previous two years.

To help the industry recover, the government has put together the Namibia T… read more

  • Miscellaneous

Tanzania Royal Tour Film continues to attract tourists

TANZANIA has continued to reap big from Royal Tour premiering after a group of tourists aboard Rovos Rail, the most luxurious tourist train, arrived yesterday in the country for tourism expedition.

Though the journey by the tourists is an annual vintage trip, the premiering of the Tanzania Royal Tour documentary last year has… read more

  • Conservation & Wildlife

Rwanda Rwanda slashes gorilla-trekking fees for its residents

Rwanda is slashing the price of gorilla-trekking permits to $500 for those who reside in that country in an effort to aid tourism recovery.

The permit fees had been priced at $1,500 for Rwandans and international visitors alike. The higher fee still applies for visitors to Rwanda.

All promotional gorilla-trekking permit… read more

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