https://www.tourinco.com

Travel news Ivory Coast

Please remember to register on this website, so we can send you your dose of travel news customized as per your requirements.

  • Destinations
  • Opinion

Namibia A Trip to Namibia - we are amazed

Most people assume every country in Africa is poor, dangerous and has a terrible economy.

Most investors think Africa is uninvestable.

We disagree.

Certainly, the 54 countries in Africa are not all the same, and while some countries have more issues than others, similar to the United States and Europe, others can make the avera… read more


  • Cruise

Cruise Princess Cruises Princess Cruises replaces Dubai with Cape Town for 2025 World Cruise

Princess Cruises has amended the itineraries for its two 2025 World Cruises amid the ongoing security crisis in the Red Sea, with new port calls in Africa and Europe instead of the Middle East and Asia.

Island Princess and Crown Princess will circumnavigate Africa, with Island Princess confirmed to be calling in Capread more





  • Flights

AA WorldFlight Shifting dynamics in African Air Travel

The COVID-19 pandemic changed the entire world, and the aviation industry in Africa is no exception. Understanding how that change came about and how it will drive African aviation over the next few years is important for the industry to ensure that it doesn’t continue living in the past and recognises new opportunities and challenges.… read more



  • Cruise

Cruises Oceania Cruises Oceania offers pre-cruise hotel stays on South African

Oceania Cruises is offering guests a complimentary pre-cruise hotel stay on a range of sailings throughout late 2024 and 2025.

The offer gives guests the option of arriving a day before their cruise embarks to explore departure ports such as Cape Town, as well as others in Brazil, the Canary Islands, Japan, Singapore, … read more


  • Destinations

South-Africa Tourists return to KZN south coast, but water problems....

After a decade of water cuts, wealthier areas have insulated themselves, but poorer areas remain at the mercy of a failing system.

When water was cut-off for much of the KwaZulu-Natal south coast for days at the start of the December holiday season in 2016, it marked a low point for the area's main holiday destination of Margate. Crime and… read more


  • Rail

Namibia Namport Advocates For Rail Connection To Botswana-Zambia

The absence of rail connections to Botswana or Zambia presents a significant obstacle to the competitiveness of Namibian ports. The Namibian Ports Authority (Namport) asserts that by establishing rail connectivity, Namibian ports can fortify their competitive stance in Southern Africa and enhance the efficiency of the overal… read more


1 2 3 4 5 6 40 next

travelnews.africa is the first of its kind portal exclusively servicing travel agents in the Sub Saharan Africa Region with travel news from various sectors of travel i.e. airlines, hotels etc.

Our travel news does not only focuse on transportation like airlines and rail, but also on hotels, IT, cruises, and other areas of interest for travel agents. Our travel news is not only for the benefit of the traveler but also serves to update and inform travel staff in the Sub Saharan Africa Region on the latest travel news and developments.

travelnews.africa is unique in the way it assists travel readers in sub Saharan Africa to be up-to-date in sub Saharan Africa with the latest news on a daily basis, and provides concise & relevant information without the waffle making it convenient for you to keep you and your colleagues up-to-date, to better inform customers and offer precise recommendations.

Our travel news portal has refined navigation so you can search per country in sub Saharan Africa, scroll to the bottom of the website to find a list of the countries, double click on a country to get that country’s news. and you could search per sector in travel i.e. flights, leisure, rail, IT etc. (at the top of the website). Or you could search the news portal by using specific words or phrases and entering these into the search bar and clicking search.