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The beautiful Indian Ocean island of Mauritius offers the perfect antidote to lockdown-weary travellers and is reopening to vaccinated travellers for quarantine free travel on October 1st. With exquisite natural scenery, miles of jaw dropping coastline and unrivalled experiences, the island is the destination of choice for discerning gues… read more
Conservation-focused hotel group Mantis has recently announced the launch of its Rhino Conservation Experience, which offers travelers a four-day immersion into the world of rhino conservation at Mantis Founders Lodge in South Africa.
The immersive experience includes walking safaris and game drives with Mantis guides, rhino conserv… read more
Air France has confirmed that its new scheduled flights to Maputo, Mozambique will start on December 2, and not at the end of October as originally planned. The route will be operated via Johannesburg where no passengers will disembark, as reported by Airspace Africa.
Air France has an extensive African network … read more
“Kenya’s air transport recovery is stalling and requires ongoing support. Among the interventions, we are urging Kenya’s government to reduce the cost of PCR tests for travellers, which, at roughly US$80 each, is significantly higher than the average in Africa,” said Kamil Al Awadhi, IATA’s regional vice president for Africa and Middle East.… read more
South African Airways (SAA) resumed flight operations on Sept. 23, 21 months after it entered South Africa's business rescue process and following an extended grounding related to the COVID-19 pandemic.
SAA’s first scheduled flight was an early morning take-off on Sept. 23 from Johannesburg (… read more
Emirates is the first airline to implement the International Air Transport Association’s IATA Travel Pass solution on six continents as it rolls out this digital health pass to customers at all its destinations.
Following successful trials in April on select routes from its Dubai hub, Emirates gradually expanded the IA… read more
IATA has flayed the National Association of Nigerian Travel Agencies (NANTA) warning it to ask it’s members to desist from criminal acts of issuing air tickets for Basic Travel Allowance (BTA) purposes to individuals who eventually void the tickets after gaining access to foreign exchange a practice called Ticket renting.
IATA described th… read more
Mozambique's President Filipe Nyusi announced in an address to the nation on 23 September 2021 a further easing of several preventive measures to… read more
The Mpumalanga Tourism and Parks Agency this month unveiled the God's Window Skywalk project in the Blyde River Canyon Nature Reserve in South Africa. Once complete in 2023, the project will allow visitors to experience one of South Africa's most iconic vistas in an entirely new way.
Located along Mpumalanga's Panorama Route,… read more
The Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has started rolling out an aggressive service excellence training programme in line with the country's medium term economic blueprint National Development Strategy (NDS1).
ZTA's head of corporate affairs, Godfrey 'Chief' Koti said the programme kicked off in March this year with the training of 1… read more