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Top 5 Honeymoon Resorts In Mozambique

Top 5 Honeymoon Resorts In Mozambique

With wedding season well under way for this year; we thought it would be a great idea to give you all some advice when it comes to honeymooning in Mozambique. Being a favoured destination for honeymooners, Mozambique can provide you with the most romantic and unforgettable getaway for two. The idyllic beaches and excellent service […]

Namibia’s tourism sector becomes very competitive

Namibia’s tourism sector becomes very competitive

WINDHOEK, Namibia — The tourism sector has become very competitive, as the competitive advantage is no longer natural but increasingly man-made, driven by science, technology and innovation. “As such, it is not simply the stock of natural resources of Namibia that will determine her competitiveness in tourism but rather how these resources are managed, and […]

UN declares famine in Somalia

UN declares famine in Somalia

The United Nations today declared a famine in three more areas in drought-ravaged Somalia, bringing to five the number of regions in the Horn of Africa country where acute malnutrition and starvation have already claimed the lives of tens of thousands of people. The UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Somalia, Mark Bowden, said the Afgoye corridor […]

ATA announces impact of 36th Annual Congress on Africa’s tourism industry

ATA announces impact of 36th Annual Congress on Africa’s tourism industry

NEW YORK, New York – The Africa Travel Association (ATA), a world leader in promoting tourism to Africa, announced major industry milestones at the travel trade association’s 36th Annual World Congress in Senegal. ATA’s hallmark event brings together tourism leaders and professionals from around the world to shape Africa’s growing travel industry. “ATA is incredibly […]

North Africa struggles to win back tourists

North Africa struggles to win back tourists

Tour operators have reduced the cost of packages to Egypt, Tunisia and Morocco in response to declining visitor numbers. Mike Greenacre, managing director of the Co-operative Travel, said that sales of holidays to Egypt and Tunisia during March and April fell by 50 per cent and 30 per cent respectively, compared with the same period […]