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Nomad Tanzania's new look Kuro Tarangire

Nomad Tanzania

28 July 2017

Nomad Tanzania is delighted to share the first images of our new look Kuro Tarangire.  Our sun-slatted little bushcamp, nestled in the heart of Tarangire National Park has had an extensive refurb. Still in keeping with our traditional bushcamp atmoshphere the camp has only six spacious rooms, with canvas 'walls' and now under thatch roofs and on wooden decking with spacious verandas. ... read more

Wilderness Safaris Launches Wilderness Moments Photographic Competition

Wilderness Safaris

28 July 2017

Wilderness Safaris is thrilled to launch the Wilderness Moments Photographic Competition, to encourage all guests, staff and partners who have travelled with the company in the last 34 years to “Take their best shot at a purposeful journey”.Entries open on 10 September and close on 15 October, with the winners announced on 15 November 2017. As part of Wilderness Safaris’ #PurposeIsTheNewLuxury campaign, the main aim of the competition is to entrench the ... read more

Ethiopian to Start Services to Bahrain

Ethiopian Airlines

27 July 2017

Africa’s largest airline group, Ethiopian Airlines, is pleased to announce that it will start services to Bahrain effective August 17, 2017 with the latest B737-800 New Generation with Sky Interior. Bahrain, a nation comprising more than 30 islands in the Persian Gulf has been at the centre of major trade routes since olden days with growing economy over the past decade.  Flight ... read more

Nicola Colangelo

Coastal Aviation

26 July 2017

We regret to inform you that our beloved founder Nicola Colangelo died in Fiumaretta, Italy, on the 24th July at the age of 73. Nicola is survived by Carolina Colangelo, his devoted wife, his mother, Delma Ventarelli, and his brother, Franco Colangelo. Nicola has also left behind an extended family of people he adopted along the way, who all shared his vision. A leader, a friend and a mentor we will all deeply miss. ... read more

The good news for rhinos

Africa Geographic

25 July 2017

Focussing on the good work being done to protect our rhinos: read more

A Hidden Gem - Kakiya Cave

The Bushtops Camp Collection

25 July 2017

We’re used to surprises in the Bush, but sometimes we get left open-mouthed. Finding a historic Masai cave in our conservancy at Mara Bushtops was just such an occasion. As a result, our excursions have just become even more exciting! We’d heard rumours of the cave’s existence, but after 10 years at Mara Bushtops, had no idea that within a 15 minute drive (and 10 minute hike) lay a centre of worship, sacrifice and communal gathering. ... read more

Serena news highlights

Ethos Marketing

21 July 2017

Check out all the latest news highlights from Serena.  The migration is in full swing, you can now ride with rhinos at Ol Pejeta, major refurbs at Nairobi Serena, Dar es Salaam Serena and at the Polana Mar in Maputo.  Serena Mountain Lodge in Kenya also has a fantastic new kids club.  Check out the full stories and more on this link.   read more

Orly route transfer (from LHR to LCY)

British Airways

19 July 2017

For commercial reasons, British Airways will transfer all London Heathrow (LHR) – Paris Orly (ORY) services to London City (LCY) from Winter 2017 onwards. Find out more read more

Jenman African Safaris Expands Namibian Lodge Portfolio

Jenman African Safaris

18 July 2017

As the popularity of Namibia as a rich and diverse travel destination grows, Jenman African Safaris has decided to expand its portfolio into the fascinating country. They have re-introduced the Namibia Lodge Safari tour. Setting off from the capital city, Windhoek, travellers embark on a journey through the stunning desert of the Namib-Naukluft National Park with its striking red dunes to the charming coastal town of Swakopmund, which retains an interesting mix of German colonial ... read more

Yellow Fever Certificates

Coastal Aviation

18 July 2017

Coastal Aviation wishes to remind all our valued partners that all passengers travelling from the Maasai Mara to The Serengeti via Migori and Tarime need to have a valid Yellow Fever Certificate. Recently we have had many guests held up for over an hour at the Isebenia Border by Tanzanian Port health officials. These issues have been causing delays to flights and affecting other well prepared guests. We do not like having to leave late passengers behind... ... read more

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