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  • Cruise

South African cruise season cancelled into January 2022

Upcoming cruises from Cape Town for the 2021/22 cruise season have been cancelled into January in a possible repeat of the cancellation of the entire season last year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. All roundtrip cruises from Cape Town aboard TUI, AIDA, MSC, Azamara and Norwegian Cruise Line, as well as international departures aboard other… read more


  • 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




  • 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



  • Accomodation

Mantis Bahrain Hawar Island Hotel & Resort set to open in 2024

Accor, a world-leading augmented hospitality group with over 400 hotels across India, Middle East, Africa and Turkey, has signed a deal to open a new Mantis property on Bahrain’s Hawar Island, merging luxury with eco-tourism, while redefining adventure.

Mantis was founded in 2000 by global entrepreneur and conservationist Adrian Gar… read more


  • Destinations

What are the most beautiful beaches in Africa?

Africa; a vast continent with a coastline that seems to never end. South Africa is a popular destination, but Mauritius, Zanzibar and Mozambique are also ideal for a stay with sun, sea and sand. Making a choice was difficult, but below we have listed the most beautiful beaches in Africa for you. So pack your bags, tassen in Dutch, and visit one … read more


  • Flights

Again, Emirates extends suspension of Nigerian flights

The United Arab Emirates (UAE) flag carrier, Emirates, has further extended suspension of its flights to Nigeria till September 5, fuelling uncertainty on resumption of travels between the two countries. The extension of flight cessation is coming despite the decision by the United Arab Emirates (UAE) to open its borders to welcome… read more


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