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The tomb of Jihadist Imam Sait Matty Bah, which is located in Bakau is one of the most visited Senegambian tombs.
It is built at the former Sunswing Hotel now Sun Beach Hotel in Cape Point, Bakau.
The tomb, built over century ago is about six meters walk from the gate of the hotel. From the gate you will directly see th… read more
If you ask any hotelier these days, “What is your focus now that demand for travel is returning?”, invariably, their answer will allude to improving pricing strategy and sales and enhancing revenue management capabilities.
Because the hospitality industry grapples with extremely high customer acquisition costs - … read more
According to Airbus, Tunisair's A320neo offers a performance allowing a fuel saving of 15 to 20% compared to the first A320 family. It also has the particularity of offering significant reductions in CO2 emissions of up to 20% and almost 50% for nitrogen oxide emissions.
Tunisair has taken delivery of its fourth Airbus A320neo.… read more
Managing Director of Aero Contractors, Captain Ado Sanusi has said no airline can succeed or make profit basing their operations on wet-leasing aircraft stating that most wet-lease agreements in the country are only to fill a particular lacuna for a short term.
This is just as he has said that no aviation industry can thrive witho… read more
The Namibian Ministry of Environment, Forestry and Tourism has announced that Dune 7 in the Dorob National Park in Namibia's Erongo Region is temporaril… read more
Fred. Olsen Cruise Lines has announced it will sell its smallest cruise ship Braemar as it looks to consolidate its expanded fleet around more modern and cost-effective tonnage.
The 1993-built Braemar is the second-oldest ship left in the fleet, and carrying just 977 passengers, she is also the smallest, which means sh… read more
The annual Botswana Travel and Tourism Expo (BTTE) has made a grand in-person return since the last one was held in 2019.
Having been suspended since the advent of the Covid-19 pandemic, the
annual tourism show received impressive reception from the travel trade
Destination workshops, MICE Forum, and other i… read more
The state-owned flag carrier of Angola, TAAG Angola Airlines, has expanded its network of destinations in Europe and domestic connections in Spain through… read more
Dubai and the wider UAE have huge potential for future growth of the cruise sector, according to Abdulla Binhabtoor, Chief Portfolio Management Officer, Shamal Holding, the owner and curator of Dubai Harbour.
Dubai Harbour is home to the city’s second cruise port (the first being Port Rashid near Dubai Creek), but Dubai Harbour Cruise Term… read more
South African Airways (SAA), eyeing increased demand over the holiday period, is launching three new routes from Johannesburg (JNB) this month.
From Dec. 8, th… read more