As one of the few female guides operating in East Africa, Zoe Wanjiru has faced skepticism and downright discrimination. But she has now hit her stride and knows how to deal with ... Read more »
The new directive is to prevent Nigerians, especially females who travel to the United Arab Emirates from engaging in sex work business, and other activities that may dent the ... Read more »
The government has invoked a 30 year-old tourism agreement between the two countries in retaliation for Tanzania's similar stance. Read more »
It is the only African country to make the guidebook, Rough Guide, people's choice list for 2015. Read more »
The grading of 600 hotels will be done in consultation with the United Nation World Tourism Organization and funded by the World Bank. Read more »
Revenues and jobs from what had been a vibrant tourism sector have been plummeting across Africa, largely due to uninformed fears of Ebola in areas thousands of miles from the ... Read more »
Arik Air wants to consolidate the traffic approvals and bilateral rights to enable it to begin flights into Milan or Rome. Read more »
The number of tourists in Tanzania and the rest of East Africa is expected to decline due to the threat of the Ebola virus, which broke out in West Africa. Read more »
The British government has relaxed the travel advisory issued against Kenya in July 2013 following a series of attacks at the coastal region. Read more »
The African Union has called on member states to lift travel bans imposed on countries affected by the Ebola outbreak. Read more »
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