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According to an announcement issued by Eswatini's Minister of Tourism and Environmental Affairs, Moses Vilakati, on 20 September 2021, the country currently has seven ports of entry - five land border posts from … read more
Tourism players are banking on the introduction of direct flights from Nairobi's Wilson Airport to Nyeri's Nyaribo Airstrip to boost the sector's dwindling fortunes. At 3.45pm last Saturday, a Cessna Caravan landed at the airstrip and on board were 12 passengers who included tours and travel company owners, marking the inaugural commercia… read more
The Government of Lesotho has announced on 17 September 2021 that the country moves from a strict purple colour code to a more relaxed purple colour code.
The … read more
South Africa has much to offer domestic and international tourists, but the country falls short in being a full-package destination, primarily because municipalities are often badly run and fail to deliver basic services. Kimberley, the home of the Big Hole, is one such example.
The (in) efficacy of local government can either hinder or he… read more
Visitor arrivals to Seychelles in 2021 surpassed the 100,000 mark on
Sunday, an important milestone showing that efforts made by the
government and tourism partners are bearing fruit, a high tourism
To celebrate the moment, passengers arriving in the island nation from Tel Aviv, Israel on board El Al's flight L… read more
Last February, Morocco had gradually closed itself off from the world because of the alpha, beta and delta variants of Covid-19. After several months of isolation, the Moroccan authorities announced the resumption of international flights from 15 June onwards on the basis of a classification of countries of origin into two lists (list A a… read more
The upcoming African Union (AU) Heads of State and Government Summit which Zambia is scheduled to host in July next year, will have significant benefits for the tourism industry.
The meeting will not only raise the country's profile on international travel industry but also stimulate interest as a destination of choice for holiday and glob… read more
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