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In an effort to revitalise Gambia's flagging tourism sector, which has been decimated during the Covid-19 pandemic, the West African country is looking closer to home, and even at its own, to bolster the once-vibrant industry.
Beaches normally teeming with British and Dutch sunseekers are nearly empty, hawkers of fresh juice and sou… read more
Holland America Line is giving consumers the confidence to make travel plans through the summer with the extension of its Flexible Cancellation Plan to Sept. 30, 2022. As part of its “Worry-Free Promise,” Holland America Line also will continue to implement best practices for COVID-19 health safety including operating vaccinated cruises a… read more
After pausing flights in December, Dubai-based Emirates has resumed flights from five African countries, including Ghana, Guinea, Angola, Ivory Coast, and Uganda. The airline had suspended flights late last year owing to omicron concerns.
Emirates partially reboots its African network
In a travel advisory posted … read more
In quest to return Nyambai Forest Park back to its glorious days to continue provide for the needs of the community and its surroundings, activists and environmentalists among others have proffered that desecrations of the forest park should stop.
Nyambai Forest located in Brikama, West Coast Region is one of the government reserved… read more
A bus station in Mali’s capital stands unusually quiet, with foreign passengers left in limbo after West African countries closed their borders with the military-ruled nation. Africa Tours Trans is one of the main bus firms in the impoverished Sahel state, offering connections to its regional cities as well as to neighbouring countries.… read more
Mantis St. Helena, on the remote British Overseas Territory of St. Helena, is set to reopen in September, having temporarily closed operations in 2020 due to international travel restrictions.
The Mantis St. Helena occupies the original East India Company's barracks (built in 1774), and is located in Jamestown, the island's c… read more
Norwegian Cruise Line has become the first mainstream cruise line to homeport in Panama, with Norwegian Jewel set to sail Central American itineraries from March, 2022. Norwegian Cruise Line has signed a multi-year agreement to seasonally homeport at the Colon Cruise Terminal as well as at Fuerte Amador Cruise Terminal located on t… read more
In 1848, a British voyage of Arctic exploration led by Captain Sir John Franklin met with disaster trying to find the Northwest Passage, but now in 2023, Seabourn will be offering cruises through the region. While Franklin’s lost expedition got stuck in the ice for two years and ultimately disappeared, with the wreck of the two ships only found … read more
Brussels Airlines is resuming some of its previously canceled routes to Africa due to the COVID-19 crisis. For its 2022 summer schedule, the Belgian flag carrier will add West-African destinations Conakry (Guinea) and Ouagadougou (Burkina Faso) from June 11th. The airline credits its expansion to an additional Airbus A330 that will join i… read more
Costa Toscana features more than 2,600 cabins, 21 restaurants, 19 bars, 4 swimming pools, a theatre, spa, kids’ facilities, and several new to the line attractions across her 180,000 gross tons and 17 passenger decks.
Delivered in 2021 at the tail-end of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, Costa Toscana was presented by Costa Cruises… read more