Saturday, 21 April 2018

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  • Trump lifts travel ban on Chad

    Trump lifts travel ban on Chad

    President Trump came under strong criticism for imposing the travel ban. US President Donald Trump has lifted the controversial travel ban his administration imposed on Chad about ...

  • Emirates named ‘Airline of the Year’

    Emirates named ‘Airline of the Year’

    Emirates Airline has been named ‘Airline of the Year’ at the 2018 Air Transport Awards, based the evaluation from a jury comprised of executives and experts from different sectors ...

  • 5 reasons to use a local tour guide

    5 reasons to use a local tour guide

    A tourist guide provides assistance, information and cultural, historical and up-to-date culture interpretation to people on organised tours and individual clients at educational e ...

  • Why is Namibia a remarkable tourism story?

    Why is Namibia a remarkable tourism story?

    Conservative approach to tourism Namibia is internationally acclaimed for its approach to conservation. Protection of the environment is written into the constitution, almost half ...

51 facts you didn’t know about Africa

51 facts you didn’t know about Africa

Africa is a beautiful continent with an array of amazing heritage, wealth, people, achievements, disasters and statistics – much of which you probably don’t know! We dug up some i ...

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4 ways to explore Swakopmund this summer

4 ways to explore Swakopmund this summer

Swakopmund is Namibia’s most popular holiday destination - a beach resort, surrounded by the Namib Desert on three sides; a beautiful setting with plenty to do. With a village pac ...

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Holidaying in Mozambique

Holidaying in Mozambique

Unspoiled, undeveloped, and untamed, Mozambique is fast-emerging on the international tourism circuit with its wild beauty and exotic influences. Some 1 500 miles of rugged coastl ...

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UK envoy accuses media of inflating deportation figures

UK envoy accuses media of inflating deportation figures

British High Commissioner to Nigeria, Paul Arkwright, has dismissed media reports his country had recently deported some 500 Nigerians. He said the figures were inflated and inacc ...

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Why do you travel?

Why do you travel?

Whether you call it travel, a vacation, getting out of town or visiting your family in the countryside, most of us shake off the confines of routine and leave the towns or cities ...

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Flights influx boosts Durban tourism

Flights influx boosts Durban tourism

Travelstart South Africa, the travel booking agency, has welcomed the increasing number of flight operators launching services to Durban. The firm said this would boost tourism in ...

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Zanzibar: So much more to discover

Zanzibar: So much more to discover

On the surface Zanzibar may seem to be like any other popular, island tourist destination; replete with great beaches, plenty of accommodation for any budget and hawkers at every ...

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UK reviews travel advice on Kenya

UK reviews travel advice on Kenya

The United Kingdom has updated its travel advice for Kenya following a review of the level of risk to British nationals travelling to some parts of the East African country. UK ha ...

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6 things you need to know before you travel to Zanzibar

6 things you need to know before you travel to Zanzibar

Before you travel to Zanzibar, the balmy and beautiful East-African archipelago, with its brilliant white sandy beaches, and vibrant, diverse culture, there are a few things we th ...

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Celebrate Uganda’s Independence Day with these fascinating facts about Africa’s Pearl

Celebrate Uganda’s Independence Day with these fascinating facts about Africa’s Pearl

Uganda is a charming country at the heart of the continent, known as the Pearl of Africa. On October 9 the people of Uganda celebrate their Independence, commemorating the country ...

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