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Latest issue of Travel Africa Extra out now

Travel Africa Magazine

03 March 2017

The latest issue of Travel Africa Extra is now available here. Travel Africa Extra is the new monthly online magazine produced by Travel Africa magazine to support its main quarterly print publication. Travel Africa Extra allows us to share more stories, advice and insight than can fit in the main magazine. Importantly, it allows us to tell more of the 'stories behind the stories', introducing readers to the great people and companies that drive the safari industry. ... read more

Acacia Africa Drums Up Support For Greenpop’s March ReForest Fest

Acacia Adventure Holidays

02 March 2017

Safari specialist, Acacia Africa is continuing to honour its commitment to responsible tourism by supporting Greenpop, one of its many ethical partners, and asking its adventures to join the TREEvolution. A social enterprise, Greenpop will be hosting its seventh annual ReForest Fest this March in South Africa’s Platbos Forest Reserve and the overland tour operator is providing transport from Cape Town and helping to promote the event. ... read more

Industrial action 03-09 MAR 2017

British Airways

02 March 2017

Mixed Fleet Unite has announced that it intends to hold a further period of industrial action involving one of our five cabin crew fleets between Friday 3rd to Thursday 9th March 2017. Flights on Friday 3, Saturday 4, Sunday 5 March We can confirm the following details:- All flights to and from London Gatwick will operate as normal All flights to and from London City will operate as normal The vast majority of flights to and from London Heathrow will operate as ... read more

Maasai encounters and walking activities at Nomad Tanzania's Entamanu Ngorongoro

Nomad Tanzania

01 March 2017

Make the most of the wild side of the Ngorongoro Crater at Nomad Tanzania’s newest camp, Entamanu Ngorongoro. One or two hour walks with an expert Nomad guide in a scenically striking area well away from the hustle and bustle, and a window onto the lives of the local Maasai with visits to a simple village, Maasai dancing and walks along ancient cattle trails still used by local herdsmen. Entamanu Ngorongoro has enjoyed excellent feedback from guests over these first few months. ... read more

Round Up of Conservation Success Stories

Jenman African Safaris

01 March 2017

While conservation is as much a buzzword as almond milk, the last few months has seen strong and positive success stories emerging in conservation for Africa. I’ve rounded up the top conservation stories around the world that will help protect Africa’s natural resources and wildlife in a big, positive way.  Read the 7 changes in legislation around the world that will impact Africa's conservation positively  read more

Samara Private Game Reserve introduces the Milky Way Star Bed Experience

Samara Private Game Reserve

28 February 2017

Experience the Milky Way star bed at Samara Private Game Reserve in the Great Karoo Samara Private Game Reserve near Graaff-Reinet will be launching the Milky Way Star Bed Experience at the end of February 2017, providing guests with a romantic wilderness experience that will take their breath away. Set against a dramatic mountain backdrop in a secluded location, the platform comprises a bespoke four-poster bed with draped mosquito net. ... read more

Threatened Industrial action 03-09 March

British Airways

28 February 2017

Mixed Fleet Unite has announced that it intends to hold a further period of industrial action involving one of our five cabin crew fleets between Friday 3rd to Thursday 9th March 2017. We will once again ensure that all our customers will travel to their destinations. Contingency plans will be published next week to customers who have bookings on the further days of threatened industrial action. Please thank our customers for their support and understanding. ... read more

Top 10 Activities In Victoria Falls

Rhino Africa

27 February 2017

Vic Falls is known as the adventure capital of Africa, and one look at what awaits visitors here and you can see why! Of course, the focal point of many activities is the falls itself but beyond ‘the smoke that thunders’ there is much to excite and exhilarate visitors. From bungee jumping to white river rafting, there is a myriad of activities to keep everyone happy, as well as some gentler pursuits for the less adventurous…  1. ... read more

Removal of Therapeutic Oxygen on Short-haul Flights

British Airways

27 February 2017

British Airways will no longer be providing therapeutic oxygen on short-haul flights departing on or after 1st February 2018. This also includes short-haul segments connecting to and from long-haul flights. Customers requiring therapeutic oxygen on short-haul flights will be required to make their own provisions for all short-haul segments of their itinerary.  Advice for customers Accepted oxygen provisions are outlined on the ba.com Travel Assistance pages: www. ... read more

Doing Good and Leaving our Legacy in Africa

Rhino Africa

24 February 2017

Rhino Africa Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) is Rhino Africa’s Doing Good division. It is focused on supporting and growing community and conservation initiatives in Africa through a unique and generous partnership with our travellers, suppliers, and employees. It is our vision to leverage our authority in travel to nurture the human and natural capital and to ensure its sustainable development.  We empower our travellers to leave a legacy in Africa. ... read more

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