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Go2Africa Partners with Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund to Provide Four Immersive Experiences to Aid Gorilla Conservation in 2022

January 14, 2022 Africa News No Comments
Go2Africa, the award-winning safari operator, is excited to announce a new partnership with the Dian Fossey Gorilla Fund, the pioneer in mountain gorilla conservation, which will open its new educational Ellen Campus in Rwanda to the public in February 2022. … Continue Reading

Seychelles Welcomes The Relaxation Of Testing Requirements For UK Travellers.

January 13, 2022 Africa News No Comments

In response to Wednesday’s announcement (5 January) that the UK government is scrapping the pre-departure Covid 19 testing for anyone arriving into England (and Wales), from Friday 7 January and switching the day 2 PCR for a lateral flow, Alistair Rowland, Chairman of ABTA, said: … Continue Reading

AWF Safari Program Announces Partnership with Travulous for Ecotourism in Rwanda

December 22, 2021 Africa News No Comments

black gorilla lying on green grass during daytimeTravulous, a specialist destination management company located in Rwanda – known for its ethos of promoting tourism as an economic engine for the benefit of wildlife conservation – today announced a new and exclusive travel partnership with African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), the primary advocate for the protection of wildlife and wildlands as an essential part of a modern and prosperous Africa. … Continue Reading

AWF Graduates 18 Launch-Master Coxswain Trainees in Lake Kariba

December 22, 2021 Africa News No Comments

On December 16, 2021, the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF) passed out 18 launch-master coxswain trainees at one of Zimbabwe’s premier tourist destinations, Lake Kariba. AWF has been working with the Zimbabwe National Army Boat Squadron Regiment and Zimbabwe Parks and Wildlife Management Authority (Zimparks) on training and equipping wildlife law enforcement officers with the skills they require when conducting river patrols. … Continue Reading

2021 Visa Openness Index calls for easier travel to propel Africa out of Covid-19 slump

December 18, 2021 Africa News No Comments

green leaf tree near mountain covered by snow at daytimeOpening up Africa’s borders to travel will drive investment and an economic rebound, according to the authors of the 2021 Africa Visa Openness Index. … Continue Reading

The African Nature Based Tourism Platform – Connecting Funders to Beneficiaries in 11 Countries in Eastern and Southern Africa

December 14, 2021 Africa News No Comments

African Nature Based Tourism PlatformThe newly launched African Nature-Based Tourism Platform (NatureBasedTourism.Africa) is 8 months into its first year of the three-year project phase. It is an innovative collaboration to channel vital COVID-19 relief and recovery funding to communities and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) involved in nature-based tourism in Africa. … Continue Reading

It’s time to get cooking! == Proudly Sponsored by Africa Reps.

December 11, 2021 Africa News No Comments

three women carrying basin while walking barefootAs the year slows, the one thing I can predict is that, as lockdowns and travel bans affect tourism, many more people will be at home, which means more cooking! … Continue Reading

Racing our Extinction

December 3, 2021 Africa News No Comments

Travel and tourism are under tremendous pressure as certain governments red list and ban travel due to the rise and fall of infections. This has isolated southern Africa, with the unintended consequence of a growing narrative worldwide that this is the final straw for parts of the industry. … Continue Reading

The Ultimate Stargazing Safari: Namibia

December 2, 2021 Africa News No Comments

deer on dessert during daytimeStargazing is most spectacular in places, often wild reserves, with big, clear skies and little or no light pollution. Sparsely populated Namibia, with its vast expanses of desert, qualifies, offering one of the most astounding stargazing experiences on Earth, under the heavens. … Continue Reading

Raising the Bar in Rwanda

December 2, 2021 Africa News No Comments

black gorilla lying on green grass during daytimeIn a first for Rwanda, our two wonderful Magashi Junior Guides, Alphonse Ntabana and Innocent Tuyisenge, both recently passed their Field Guides Association of Southern Africa (FGASA) Apprentice Field Guide qualifications, the first citizens to do so!

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