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New security measures in place at Kruger National Park

Beginning Sept. 1, all visitors who are age 18 and older must produce a form of ID for scanning, such as a passport, in order to gain access to and exit the park.

08/25/2017 06:10 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


South African Airways appoints CEO

Former telecommunications exec Vuyani Jarana is the airline's first permanent chief executive since 2015.

08/25/2017 05:35 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


With elections behind it, Kenya turns its attention to tourism

The Kenya Tourism Federation said safari areas and beach resorts remained calm during and after polling, and all tourist areas have been declared safe.

08/25/2017 05:25 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


New ecotourism camp opens in Tanzania

Asilia has opened Roho ya Selous in Selous Game Reserve, a Unesco world heritage site in the southern part of the country.

08/24/2017 05:10 PM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Access Trips creates hands-on culinary tour to S. Africa

Tour members will cook alongside top chefs while also visiting modern cities; tribal villages and townships; and lush farms and vineyards.

08/24/2017 05:05 PM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Delta to begin JFK-Nigeria service

The flights, beginning March 24, will join the carrier's existing Lagos service from its hub in Atlanta.

08/21/2017 09:55 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Big Five, posh vibes at Kapama Karula lodge

The lodge's design emphasizes its surroundings through nature-inspired accommodations and decor such as richly textured fabrics and furs and African artifacts.

08/17/2017 04:20 PM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Intimacy, adventure and more at Seychelles properties

With so many islands and regions in the archipelago, visitors can expect a plethora of resort styles.

08/17/2017 12:20 PM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Intrepid launches tours for solo travelers

The tour operator said solo travel has grown 40% over the past five years.

08/15/2017 12:35 PM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Intrepid Travel offers half-price gorilla permits

The discounted permits are available on the operator's 16-day Gorillas & Game Parks overland adventure through Kenya, Uganda and Rwanda.

07/28/2017 08:20 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


U.S. advises caution for travelers to S. Africa's Tambo Airport

Numerous U.S. citizens are among those who have been held up at gunpoint while traveling from the airport to their lodgings in what are known as "follow home" robberies.

07/28/2017 07:55 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Exploring Botswana's wildlife by air, land and water

Animals roam free over nearly 40% of the country, and there are a number of unusual ways to observe them.

07/28/2017 07:00 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


New site puts S. African wines one click away

The site gives users easy access to the country's many wine routes and regions and also offers regions and wineries a platform to promote themselves more effectively.

07/28/2017 06:35 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Wilderness Safaris opens lodge in shadow of Rwandan volcanoes

Bisate Lodge is adjacent to the Volcanoes National Park in Rwanda, offering views toward the Karisimbi, Bisoke and Mikeno volcanoes.

07/28/2017 06:20 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


S. Africa's Airlink to offer first scheduled flights to island of St. Helena

Previously the only way to reach the island, located in the Atlantic roughly 1,250 miles off the African coast, was aboard the Royal Mail Ship St. Helena.

07/28/2017 06:15 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Emirates and FlyDubai to work more closely

The partnership will go beyond codesharing to include coordinated scheduling as well as integrated network collaboration.

07/18/2017 10:35 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Pilots approve Air France-KLM lower-cost airline

The carrier would compete with Etihad, Qatar Airways and Emirates on Asia routes.

07/18/2017 09:40 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Qatar Air CEO apologizes for knock on U.S. flight attendants

Akbar Al Baker's comments at a private gala, comparing U.S. flight attendants to "grandmothers," drew outrage from U.S. carriers and a number of labor unions.

07/12/2017 01:00 PM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Unesco adds 21 sites to World Heritage list

The additions bring the number of properties that are on the list to 1,073.

07/12/2017 11:25 AM      [Click Here to Read More...]


Qatar Airways CEO calls U.S. flight attendants 'grandmothers'

The Association of Flight Attendants-CWA said it was "disgusted but not surprised" by Akbar Al Baker's crack.

07/11/2017 01:10 PM      [Click Here to Read More...]