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  • Flights

Bestfly Cabo Verde receives third ATR-600

Bestfly Cabo Verde now operates three ATR-600 in Cape Verde. The latest one will be based at Praia and offer inter-island services.  The contract will be operated by Transportes Interilhas de Cabo Verde (TICV), a scheduled and charter, passenger and cargo airline based in Praia.

“BestFly has broadened out, it is not just an Ang… read more

  • Miscellaneous

Tanzania to host 65th UNWTO CAF Meeting

The United Republic of Tanzania has been selected to host the next session of the United Nations World Tourism 0rganization (UNWTO) Commission for Africa Meeting.

The East African country received unanimous approval during the 64th Commission Meeting in Sal Island, Cabo Verde to host the 65th session in 2022.

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  • Miscellaneous

Siandou Fofana is new Chair of UNWTO’s Commission for Africa

Siandou Fofana, Minister of Tourism of Côte d’Ivoire is the new chair of the Regional Commission of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) for Africa.

This is one of the main conclusions drawn from the 64th Meeting of the Regional Commission, hosted by Cabo Verde which took place in the city of Santa Maria, I… read more

  • Cruise

AIDA Cruises opens bookings for Dubai and Cape Town cruise seasons

AIDA Cruises has opened bookings for its 2022/23 cruise seasons in South Africa out of Cape Town and the Middle East out of Dubai. AIDA Cruises will be homeporting its largest and newest cruise ship AIDAcosma in Dubai for the 2022/23 season, while its smaller boutique cruise vessel AIDAmira, will homeport in Cape Town.

The cruise itinerari… read more

  • Destinations

Tourism Activities picks up in Cabo Verde

Tourism activities in the archipelago Island of Cabo Verde is witnessing a steady rise after over a year and a half of closure.

Coming at the back of a successful hosting of the 64th World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Commission for Africa Meeting in Sal Island, Travel Group TUI has resumed scheduled flights to Sal and Boa Vista Isla… read more

  • Accomodation

The RIU chain reopens two hotels in Cape Verde

RIU is reopening its luxury 5-star Riu Palace Boavista hotel today after a closure that lasted more than one year. This is good news for the chain, its employees and the guests, as this means resuming its activity on this paradise destination. On Friday, it will be joined by the Riu Funana hotel, the second establishment to open on… read more

  • Miscellaneous

African tourism leaders identify investments as key to sustainable recovery

The African Members of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) have met in Cabo Verde to strengthen their cooperation and advance plans for recovery and sustainable growth.

The 64th meeting of the UNWTO Regional Commission for Africa (CAF) saw 23 countries represented on the island of Sal, with 21 Ministers of Tourism joining five… read more

  • Miscellaneous

UNWTO joins investors with tourism leaders at Cabo Verde forum

UNWTO has celebrated the second edition of the Global Tourism Investment Forum. Joining Ministers of Tourism for the event in Cabo Verde were business leaders, entrepreneurs and investors, with a special focus on innovation and sustainable recovery from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

With the crisis causing levels of Foreign … read more

  • Flights

Transportes Aéreos de Cabo Verde (TACV) to take off again within 6 months

Renationalized last July, Transportes Aéreos de Cabo Verde (TACV) got a new board of directors and a new management team a month later. Since then, they have been working with the government to resume operations of the Cape Verdean national airline.

Grounded since March 2020 (first because of the Covid-19 pandemic, … read more

  • Flights

British Airways resumes direct flights to Nairobi despite 'Red List'

British Airways has resumed direct flights between Nairobi and London despite Kenya remaining on the United Kingdom's travel red list.

The Kenyan government termed political the move by the UK to keep it on the red list due to a spike in coronavirus infections.

For Kenya, remaining stuck on the red list in the latest up… read more

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