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The Grand Dame of Maputo - the iconic Polana Serena Hotel now has even more reasons for you to fall in love……

Serena Hotels

22 June 2017

The Polana Serena Hotel has always given its clients reasons to fall in love with it. From its vantage location in the fascinating city of Maputo, the capital of Mozambique, a country offering enough to justify an entry into a ‘must visit’ bucket list , magnificent views that just take your breath away, architectural design and décor that brings alive the golden era of the 1920’s when the hotel was originally built , the Maisha Health club with its secret garden and ... read more

Wilderness Safaris Begins Mombo Rebuild

Wilderness Safaris

22 June 2017

Wilderness Safaris is delighted to commence the rebuild of its flagship camps situated in the world-renowned Mombo Concession in the Okavango Delta, Botswana with a proposed opening date for both Mombo and Little Mombo camps being end February 2018. “We are thrilled to have begun the exciting process of rebuilding both Mombo and Little Mombo camps in order to continue delivering the world-class service and exceptional safari experience that is synonymous with Mombo”, said ... read more

Senior Consultant joins Sikeleli Safaris

Sikeleli Africa Safaris

22 June 2017

Sikeleli Africa Safaris is delighted to welcome Karen Dewhurst to its every growing team!   Karen has vast experience in hospitality both from a front of house and agent perspective in London and Victoria Falls.  Karen's experience comes from working for Safari Destinations Zimbabwe and she continues to develop and grow her skills in this industry, now with the Sikeleli family.  We are delighted to have her on board! read more

Wilderness Safaris Namibia Announces Alexandra Margull as MD

Wilderness Safaris

21 June 2017

Wilderness Safaris is delighted to announce the appointment of Alexandra Margull as the new Managing Director for Wilderness Safaris Namibia. Alexandra succeeds Mike Wassung, who after many years of service to not only the company’s Namibia business but to Wilderness Safaris as a whole, will in turn take on the position of Executive Chairman of the Namibian operation with immediate effect. “Alexandra’s experience, talent and passion for the people of Wilderness ... read more

Animals who need better PR

Africa Geographic

20 June 2017

Animals who need better PR: http://magazine.africageographic.com/weekly/issue-154/animals-need-better-pr/ read more

Virunga Gorilla Exploration

The Safari Collection

20 June 2017

The Safari Collection specialises in trips to Virunga National Park, one of the wildest, most biodiverse places on the planet and the oldest National Park in Africa. The park thrives on tourism, truly connecting people to nature. Your visit to Virunga's beautiful and fragile environment can help save it. Trekking this vast and beautiful forest to meet the gorillas or to climb one of the many volcanoes will suit all of those with an unquenchable thirst for the next ... read more

Ethiopia Launches Online Entry VISA Application and Issuance (E-Visa)

Ethiopian Airlines

15 June 2017

The Ethiopian Immigration and Nationality Affairs main Department in collaboration with Ethiopian Airlines has finalized preparations of the initial phase to commence an e-visa service for international visitors to Ethiopia effective June 12, 2017. The e- visa is processed and issued online on a single Web page where applicants apply, pay and secure their entry visa online. Once the online application is approved, applicants will receive an email authorizing them to travel to Ethiopia and ... read more

Wasabi meets Sumac at Kaya Mawa

Honour Way

13 June 2017

2017 in the Kaya Mawa kitchen finds the team, led by Richard Greenhall, honing the fine balance of Middle Eastern and Asian influences and stamping their own unique style... fusing together the explosive spices and subtle nuances of the ingredients hailing from these outstanding and much revered cuisines, by food lovers the world over.  Poached pineapple, cardamon, anise and toasted fennel sea salt with Wasabi and Sumac ice cream or Toasted quinoa, charred broccoli, chilli and tahini ... read more

Lemala Concession Fee Update

Lemala Camps and Lodges

13 June 2017

As you are aware, there has been much chaos and confusion surrounding the announcement by TANAPA that they propose to increase concession fees for permanent properties effective 1st July 2017.  These new fees have already been published on the TANAPA website for implementation date of 1st July 2017.  The proposed concession fee increase only applies to Tented Camps and Lodges with a permanent status located inside Tanzania’s National Parks. ... read more

Commercial air services to St Helena preferred bidder announced

St Helena Tourism

12 June 2017

SHG is pleased to announce that SA Airlink has been chosen as the preferred bidder for the provision of a scheduled commercial air service to St Helena. SA Airlink is a privately owned airline registered in South Africa.  It is a franchisee to South African Airways. SA Airlink is a member of the International Air Transport Association (“IATA”) and as such is IATA Operational Safety Audit (“IOSA”) accredited. ... read more

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