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  • Destinations

Ethiopia Tourism Ethiopia Reinvigorating Tourism in Addis Ababa

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia's vibrant capital city, is a destination ripe with cultural richness and historical significance yet faces challenges in attracting a steady flow of tourists. From leveraging its diverse cultural heritage and historical attractions to implementing innovative marketing strategies and enhancing infrastructure, t… read more


  • Destinations

Ethiopia Tourism Ethiopia Addis remaking stimulates Tourist influx

The ongoing corridor project and other redevelopment activities will have great contribution to stimulate and accelerate the tourism influx to the metropolis, the Addis Ababa Culture and Tourism Bureau said.

The Bureau Head Hirut Kassaw (PhD) told the Ethiopian Press Agency (EPA) that the redevelopment work will help Addis Ababa to … read more


  • Miscellaneous

Afcfta The role of the AfCFTA Agreement in Africa’s Tourism drive

The African Continental Free Trade Area (AfCFTA) Agreement, as one of the flagship projects of the African Union’s Agenda 2063: “the Africa We Want”, entered into force on 30 May 2019 following the deposit of the twenty-second (22nd) instrument of ratification of the Agreement. Following the decision of the 13th Extraordinary Sess… read more


  • Rail

AA WorldFlight A new era of Railways: Ethiopia's path to interconnectivity and economic growth

Ethiopia, steeped in history, has a rich legacy in modern transport. The Chemin de fer Djibouti-Ethiopian (CDE), a meter-gauge line spanning 781 km, was built between 1897 and 1917, demonstrating the country’s early engagement with railway infrastructure. Its locomotives have evolved from coal-powered to diesel, mirroring the country’s progressi… read more




  • Miscellaneous

AA Travenews East Africa’s Economy to Grow by 4 Percent in 2022

A report by the Africa Development Bank (ADB) now says East African economies are expected to grow by four percent in this year. The African Development Bank forecasts the region’s GDP at four per cent this year, before recovering to 4.7 per cent in 2023, helped by the reopening of the economies after the Covid-19 containment measure… read more


  • Destinations

Djibouti Improving the Tourism sector in Djibouti

Although Djibouti has long been a sought-after tourism destination for adventure travellers, the more significant world tourist sector is now aware of the country's tremendous business potential.

Djibouti City was selected as the World Capital of Culture and Tourist by the European Council on Tourism and Trade in April 2018. The sel… read more


  • Flights

AA Travenews 54 African airlines banned from EU skies

For several years, half a hundred African airlines - some of which are no longer operational - have been banned from the European Union (EU) sky. Despite multiple updates from the European Commission, the situation does not really seem to have changed.

New update, almost status quo for African airlines. Since 1 June 2022, 54 of them have b… read more


  • Cruise

Cruise Silver Sea Silversea reveals Arabian and African maiden calls for 2023 and 2024

Silversea Cruises has released its full selection of cruise itineraries for 2023 and 2024, with 280 voyages to 690 destinations in 125 countries, including maiden calls in Arabia and Africa. With Saudi Arabia continuing to blaze a trail onto the global cruise destination stage, Silversea will be calling in the kingdom’s Farasa… read more


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