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North-western Zambia to blow horns for tourism

North-Western Province is known as the richest province in Zambia because of the thriving mining activities in the region. It has become the place to be for investors and those who want to do business with the mining companies are found here. Alongside mining, this area is known for massive tourism potential that can help…

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My Visitation to Chinhoyi Caves – Zimbabwe

10 years back, I decided to visit the amazing Chinhoyi Caves but it was adventurous to move through the caves. Whenever you enter this these cave, you come out fresh and re-thinking about Zimbabwe’s geomorphological splendor. It is hard to explain the feeling. To that note, the caves are worth visited by tourists. The Chinhoyi…

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Kenya turns to Ghana, Rwanda and Nigeria for Tourists

Kenya has kicked off a tourism marketing campaign in West Africa by reaching out to travel agents in different regions in Ghana and Nigeria. According to regional Marketing, Mr. Fred Okenya, Ghana, Rwanda, and Nigeria are potential markets for Kenya’s tourism growth. According to Basudde paul, a senior tour consultant from African jungle Adventures ltd…

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Tigers a threat to people in India

India hosts approximately 1,700 tigers left in the wild. It is threatening that in the past five weeks, 17 people in four states have been killed by tigers. In the country which is home to the world’s largest population of tigers, few things swing public opinion more sharply than a “man-eater” does. With 17 people…

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India road show signs of development in South African Tourism sector

South Africa tourism recent roadshow in India was very successfully attended, with a total of 1 235 attendees at workshops hosted in Kolkata, Chennai, Delhi, and Mumbai. Slabber is excited about the upcoming year, saying that last year travel from India was affected by the Indian rupee depreciating against the dollar. She added that while…

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Luxury Kenya camp Finch Hattons under renovation

Privately-owned and managed, Finch Hatton’s is one man’s dream to create an ideal, offering guests a unique opportunity to relive the golden era of the safari with elegance, first-class comforts and the finest cuisine surrounded by the spectacle of the great African wilderness. Finch Hatton’s lies at the heart of Tsavo West National Park –…

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The Music tour to Uganda by the Kenyans

Kenya’s richest musician known as Jaguar has proposed a musical tour in Uganda in a few weeks to come. The Kigeugeu singer will jet into the country with his own plane that will see him come with a 10 member crew that is musically talented. The crew will include his producer known as Phil, Photographers,…

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Minister for Tourism in Ghana holds Staff Retreat

Ghana is one of the African countries which take tourism seriously. To that note, however, the Minister for Tourism, Culture, and Creative Arts, Mrs. Elizabeth Ofosu-Adjare has called on private organizations to partner with the Ministry and other public organizations to participate in the struggle to develop tourism sites in Ghana. The minister made this…

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Save Valley Conservancy to be Indigenised, Zimbabwe

Zimbabwe is a song which, once heard, is never forgotten; a mood to suit the needs of any soul, any time; a spell that binds all those who know her. Her voice brings forth many melodies. Zimbabwe is known to be the land rich in diversity ranging from low-lying semi-desert to lush highlands strewn with…

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