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The City of Cape Town has announced that Llandudno beach is closed since 09 January 2023 until further notice. This is a precautionary measure. There was an overflow from a sewer pump station after an ultrasonic level sensor became f… read more
The City of Cape Town has announced that the section of Gordon’s Bay Beach between the walkway and area in front of Spur has been temporarily closed from yesterday (04 January 2023) until further notice. This is again a precautionary measure… read more
Kenya has recorded a 74.5 per cent jump in tourists visiting the country from January to November compared to the same period last year, the latest industry data shows.
According to a performance update by the Kenya Tourism Board (KTB), the total number of arrivals in Kenya during the January - November 2022 period was 1,321,887 fro… read more
The City of Cape Town has announced (02 January 2023) that the main bathing area section at Fish Hoek Beach between the lifeguard station and Jager Walk is temporarily closed to the public until further notice. This is a precautionar… read more
TOUR Operators in Tanzania and some tour leaders worldwide have expressed their joy as hikers are now able to communicate with the rest of the world on top of Mount Kilimanjaro, many salutes to the Tanzania Telecommunications Corporation (TTCL) for bringing the world to the iconic mountain, which attracts thousands of tourists ever… read more
The City of Cape Town yesterday announced the partial closure of two coastal areas to the public as a precautionary measure until further notice. The temporary closures are due to sewage spills in the respective areas - the causes of… read more
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