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30 June 2014

Tourists answer our African travel survey

Africa Geographic

Do you know what comfort levels safari-goers to Africa prefer, or their favourite country, or even the most popular animal?    Africa Geographic is running an ongoing online survey aimed at finding out more from their international audience, of almost 1 million, about the modern day African traveller. See the detailed results and infographic from our safari survey here.

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30 June 2014

New activity available at Nuarro

Nuarro

We are very thrilled to announce that Nuarro can offer now Nitrox (enriched air) diving, quite unique in the north of Mozambique. Also Nacala Airport (close to Nuarro) will be a long haul hub with lots of SADC and International flights coming in. http://www.clubofmozambique.com/solutions1/sectionnews.php?secao=business&id=32963&tipo=one

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30 June 2014

Saruni Ocean in southern Kenya – first photos released

Orbital Communications

Saruni Ocean, Saruni’s exciting new beach resort opens on 15thDecember 2014 south of Diani at magical Msambweni. Complimenting the Saruni safari lodge collection perfectly, Saruni Ocean is a truly exceptional and 'beyond luxury' experience and a fantastic beginning or ending to any safari adventure. Click here to view the first images of Saruni Ocean.  These images are a preview of what is to come. Saruni Ocean is the new and fitting addition to the prestigious Sar…

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27 June 2014

Why I Love Kenya

Gamewatchers Safaris

The sun rises in a cloudless sky letting the rays of lights warm up my room on an early Monday morning – there go my Monday blues. The aroma of freshly ground coffee tempts me to walk into the coffee shop where I am greeted with a sweet morning smile and a request for my order – “A Malindi macchiato and a chocolate croissant – warm please”. As the chocolate melts in my mouth, the day suddenly looks brighter than it did when I woke up – my taste buds have be…

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27 June 2014

Blissful Kenya

Kicheche Camps

Within the space of a week, 2 couples have tied the knot in the beautiful setting of the acacia valley where Kicheche Mara Camp is nested. Nothing fancy, rather the “under the tree” wedding ceremony which is so unique! This is no surprise that Kicheche Mara Camp was selected for the organization of these weddings; the keen eye for details of Samantha, the manager, and the contagious happiness of the entire staff are now notorious. The golden team will not spare any effort…

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27 June 2014

Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer

Kenya Airways

The Group Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Titus Naikuni, will be retiring at the end of November 2014, after 11 illustrious years at the helm of the national carrier, Kenya Airways Ltd – ‘The Pride of Africa’. In January this year, the Board of Directors engaged the services of an international Executive Search firm, Spencer Stuart Ltd., to assist the Board in identifying a successor to Dr. Naikuni as Group Managing Director & CEO. I am pleased to announce …

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27 June 2014

Extra flight to Dodoma on 28 June 2014 (Saturday)

Auric Air Services

Please note, Auric Air have organized extra flight to Dodoma on 28 June 2014 (Saturday) Departure from Dar es salaam at 07:00 hrs Departure from Dodoma at 09:30 hrs For further information, please call +255 783 233334

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27 June 2014

Ethiopian National Palace to open for tourists

Ethiopian historical palaces across the country, including the National Palace, will open for tourists after rehabilitation, serving as 'life museums', displaying the life-style and family of the kings. The government is working to make areas from the National Palace, around Kazanchis to the Palace of Minilik II at Arat Kilo, tourist destinations. One of the historic palaces, the Castle of Emperor Yohannes IV at Mekele, has already opened for tourists following rehabilitation works and…

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26 June 2014

Tanda Tula welcomes Tony Park

Africa Geographic

Tony Park accompanied the winners of the Africa Geographic competition for an exclusive three-night experience at the new Tanda Tula Field Camp where tracking game on foot was the order of the day. Read about the experience here. 

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26 June 2014

Lemala Camps and Lodges Tanzania Introduces WIFI

Lemala Camps and Lodges

Lemala Camps and Lodges in Tanzania are delighted to announce the provision of wifi capacity in the common areas of all our camps effective 1st July 2014. Guests now can upload and share their wonderful wildlife and cultural images with friends around the world.   The facility is now available at Lemala Manyara, Ngorongoro, Mara/Ndutu and Ewanjan Tented Camps whilst guests staying at Lemala Kuria Hills Lodge are also able to access wifi from the comfort of their own rooms.  

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26 June 2014

Updates for Dodoma and Morogoro Sectors

Auric Air Services

DODOMA  (flights originating Dar es salaam) We have increased the frequency for Dodoma sector on Tuesdays effective 01 July 2014 Days of operations will be MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Dodoma Schedule: FLT 213/FLT 214   Dept Arr   Dar Es Salaam Dodoma 7:00 8:40 MONDAY, TUESDAY, WEDNESAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY …

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25 June 2014

New GM of Sarova Stanley Hotel in Nairobi

Sarova Hotels

Sarova Hotels Group has appointed Paolo Marro GM of Sarova Stanley Hotel in Nairobi, Kenya.    Marro has over 30 years of experience in the hospitality sector, including serving as Director of Operations at Hilton Kuwait. He has worked in over 15 countries, in Europe, Africa and the Middle East.

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25 June 2014

Wilderness Safaris celebrates the women changing the face of nature-based tourism in Africa

Wilderness Safaris

To celebrate some of the extraordinary women who have helped shaped the success of the business and who have played an important role in changing the face of nature-based tourism in Africa, Wilderness Safaris presents a selection of inspirational stories below. Personal accounts of deep-rooted passions and ambitious goals combine to form a group of stirring tales and remarkable women who make a daily contribution to the conservation of Africa’s wilderness areas and community empowerment.…

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25 June 2014

Stop Sales for Hideaway of Nungwi in August

Dear Partner Please be kindly informed that we have to stop the sales for the following periods and room types: From 21st August 2014 To 22th August 2014 (1 night) Room Types:  Luxury Junior Suites; Prestige Junior Suites; Luxury Superior Junior Suites. Please send us your SELL & REPORT up to date within 24H,with all booking confirmed for the above mentioned period. Please note that no name change or amendment will be accepted for the Stop sales period. We are at your disposal for any…

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25 June 2014

Hirut Zemene, End of tour of duty and moving to HQ

I would like to inform you that I will be ending my tour of duty in London effective first week of July 2014. I am in the process of exiting and the next two weeks will mostly be devoted to my transition and clear up. I am also glad to tell you that my successor will be due in the same month of July 2014. Will inform you about his contact details as soon as I know. It has been a pleasure working with you all. Wish you all the best! Hirut Zemene Minister Counsellor – Trade and Investment

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24 June 2014

A Classic Evolution

Retreats, Representation or Portfolio? The Classic question. Since 1991, Classics have represented and marketed, through Classic Retreats, then Classic Representation and nowClassic Portfolio, an exclusive group of privately owned, unique experiences across Southern and East Africa. “As we have evolved to remain market leaders so we have adapted our services and tweaked the company name. I am delighted to launch the new CLASSIC PORTFOLIO website showcasing our stunning portfolio of the f…

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23 June 2014

The River Club Launches New-Look Luxury Chalets

Wilderness Safaris

Wilderness Safaris is proud to announce that the extensive upgrading of The River Club in Zambia is now complete. All of the luxury chalets have been equipped with new, modern furnishings, fixtures and finishes that  complement the property’s Edwardian ambience. Teak-sculpted doors and floor-to-ceiling glass windows have been added, fitted with wooden Venetian-style blinds.   Another new addition is a small upstairs bathroom, located just off the bedroom, which includes a show…

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23 June 2014

New Airlink service between Nelspruit and Vilanculos

Airlink

Airlink commences Nelspruit-Vilanculos service    Airlink has officially launched its direct service between Nelspruit and Vilanculos in Mozambique.   The service operates on Thursdays and Sundays using Airlink’s Embraer ERJ135 regional jet.   Flights depart Nelspruit at 11h35, arriving in Vilanculos at 12h50. The return flight departs Vilanculos at 13h45, arriving in Johannesburg at 15h30.

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23 June 2014

Redesign for Protea Hotel Fire & Ice! Cape Town

Protea Hospitality Group

Protea Hotel Fire & Ice! Cape Town, is undergoing a full refurbishment to the downstairs public spaces.   The reception area, bar, lounge, restaurant, Coughin’ Room, Bree Street deck, New Church Street deck and the lift lobby are all being revamped.   Danny Bryer, Director of Sales, Marketing & revenue for Protea Hotels, says the redesign is sleek and fits the new, modern Protea Hotel Fire & Ice!    “We’re blown away by the new design. It makes…

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23 June 2014

Just a Drop can go a long way…

Just a Drop

Water-related diseases like cholera, diarrhoea and dysentery kill 4,000 children under five every single day. That’s one every 20 seconds. The international water aid charity, Just a Drop, is working to prevent this daily tragedy, but they need your support. Today, Just a Drop is launching its 20 Seconds Lifesaver Appeal. Can you spare £5 to help save the life of a child like Gertrude? Imagine a water hole near a dirt road in rural Africa, where people wash their greasy motorbikes…

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19 June 2014

Jackson Looseyia – Private Guide for Bush and Beyond

Bush and Beyond

We are pleased to announce that Jackson Looseyia is back in the Bush and Beyond portfolio as an exclusive private guide. Jackson was born in the Maasai Mara sometime in 1967 and went to school in the Mara. He joined Rekero 1985 as a night guard when Ron and Pauline Beaton were farming, near the Mara, at Olaingabori.  In 1987 Ron and Pauline founded what is now Rekero and Jackson was taken in as a junior tracker after following his late father who then was the chief tracker. Jackson then p…

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18 June 2014

Kenya Airways launches a Live Television Broadcast Service for its Aircrafts

Kenya Airways

National Carrier Kenya Airways has revamped its inflight entertainment experience with the introduction of a new inflight television service dubbed KQ TV. The service will allow passengers watch live News and Sports channels while onboard, in a move that will set Kenya Airways apart from some of its competitors in the continent and beyond. The launch of this new service takes cue from the decision by the airline to rebrand and revamp their cabin product in the newly acquired B777-300 and B787 …

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18 June 2014

Critically Endangered Black Rhino Translocation to Botswana

Wilderness Safaris

Wilderness Safaris is delighted to announce the successful capture of a small founder population of Critically Endangered black rhino in a joint collaboration with the Botswana and South African Governments. The rhino are destined for a safe haven in Botswana. This follows the successful capture and release of a group of black rhino last month and is part of an ongoing conservation project to establish a core population of this threatened species in Botswana. “We are extremely proud of t…

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18 June 2014

The Original African Queen relaunches with Wildwaters Lodge, Uganda

Lemala Camps and Lodges

WILDWATERS LODGE, UGANDA Wildwaters is delighted to announce the relaunch of the original African Queen featured in Humphrey Bogart & Katharine Hepburn's eponymous movie.  A labour of love requiring hours of dedicated and delicate work the "Queen" and crew conduct atmospheric river trips on the River Nile in the flat water above the Wildewaters Lodge in Uganda. Nestled in luxuriant rainforest on its own private island, mid-stream in the mighty Nile, Wildwaters Lodge is b…

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16 June 2014

Africa’s oldest wilderness under threat from mining

Africa Geographic

The iMfolozi Game Reserve, Africa's oldest proclaimed wilderness area, is under threat from mining as an open-cast coal mine is planned for imminent development on the reserve's southern boundary. Read about it here. 

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16 June 2014

Update on Karen Blixen Camp Refurbishment

Karen Blixen Camp

UPDATE ON REFURBISHMENT OF KAREN BLIXEN CAMP, MARA NORTH, MASAI MARA Karen Blixen Camp embarked on a rigorous exercise of refurbishing the Camp in many areas of Operations. This is in line with the Company’s policy to always refresh and give the best to our supporting Agents and Guests. Last year we closed the Camp for the months of April and May and this year we closed during the month of May to complete on the projects. Agents and their guests will notice remarkable improvements in the…

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16 June 2014

Karkloof Safari Spa launches new website

Karkloof Safari Spa is proud to announce that our new website is live at www.karkloofsafarispa.com. Please let us know your thoughts and how we can further improve the site for your usage. You are more than welcome to contact Wayne Suttie at Wayne@Karkloofsafarispa.com

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16 June 2014

Just a Drop in Uganda

Just a Drop

I can’t imagine not being able to turn on a tap, flush a lavatory or sip a glass of chilled water on a summer’s day. Yet, for millions of people throughout Africa, these simple acts are considered a luxury. In fact, accessing water to drink, bathe in or cook is a daily challenge; one which is typically undertaken by young children. Even harder to imagine is the thought that the children collecting this water have to walk several miles twice a day to reach a water source - often a …

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13 June 2014

Samara's bringing Spekboom to Local School

Samara Private Game Reserve

On Friday the 13th June 2014, Samara Wildlife Volunteer Camp will be planting over 150 Spekboom cuttings Portulcaria afra  at Narsings Straat Laerskool in Graaff Reinet. The Spekboom cuttings will be planted around the school’s vegetable garden to create a living hedge. The Spekboom will create a suitable refuge for beneficial insects especially bees and a source of mulch for use in the garden. Spekboom, a remarkable plant indigenous to the Eastern Cape, has been extensively used to…

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13 June 2014

Ethos to represent Botswana's Mashatu in the UK

Ethos Marketing

Ethos Marketing is delighted to announce the addition of Mashatu - Botswana’s largest private game reserve and renowned ‘Land of Giants’ to its portfolio. Mashatu’s resident giants include the world’s largest land mammal, tallest mammal, largest antelope, largest bird and heaviest flying bird. Mashatu also boasts over 700 elephants – Africa’s largest population on private land and is a birders’ paradise with over 350 species. Please visit www.ma…

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13 June 2014

Uganda’s German connection

Over the last 6 months Marasa Africa in combination with Premier Safaris has implemented a targeted destination marketing and PR strategy to highlight Uganda as one of the Prime Safari destinations within East Africa. Premier Safaris and Marasa Africa combined their efforts and received support from the KPRN Network (Germany’s largest destination marketing firm) to launch and implement a strategic alliance with German PR and media as part of a larger integrated plan to highlight the coun…

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12 June 2014

Ol Pejeta Bush Camp joins the Bush and Beyond portfolio

Bush and Beyond

Bush and Beyond is pleased to announce that Ol Pejeta Bush Camp has joined our portfolio. Ol Pejeta Bush Campis a traditional, very comfortable tented bush camp on the banks of the Ewaso Nyiro river, and is the home of owner-manager Alex Hunter. The camp is set in nearly 100,000 acres in the Laikipia region of central Kenya, next to Mount Kenya itself. Ol Pejeta Conservancy has the highest resident game-to-area ratio of any park or reserve in Kenya. Imagine game drives with…

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12 June 2014

Wilderness Safaris Launches new Explorations Camp in the Delta

Wilderness Safaris

Wilderness Explorations, the guided journey division of Wilderness Safaris, is delighted to announce the opening of Gomoti Tented Camp situated in the heart of Botswana’s 6 000-hectare community-owned Santawani Concession, in the south-east corner of the Okavango. The camp is nestled under large acacia trees in a diverse and game-rich area. Most of the concession is comprised of a mixed woodland habitat and open grasslands that are transformed into floodplains in years of plentiful water…

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11 June 2014

Kaya Mawa Lodge undergoes refurbishment

Kaya Mawa

Kaya Mawa Lodge at Likoma Island, Malawi, has competed a soft refurbishment.   The lodge has replaced its linens and soft furnishings and also repainted all rooms. New furnishings from Katundu and South Africa have been added to the property.    Kaya Mawa has also purchased new water sports equipment, including kayaks and stand-up paddle boards and kites.

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11 June 2014

KQ begins flying direct to Abuja

Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways has launched direct flights to Abuja in Nigeria from its hub at the Jomo Kenyatta International Airport (JKIA) in Nairobi, paving way for closer ties between the two countries. Kenya Airways will now be flying four times a week between its hub at the JKIA in Nairobi and the Nnamdi Azikiwe International Airport in Abuja. The launch comes on the heels of the recent state visit to Nigeria by President Uhuru Kenyatta as the two countries seek to further cement ties. In recent days, t…

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11 June 2014

Great Plains Conservation supporting Zeros for Rhinos

Great Plains Conservation

The Great Plains Foundation, an African conservation company that operates upscale tourist camps in Botswana and Kenya, will for a limited time donate 100% of customer payments for stays at selected camps to help fund a program to remove rhinos from poaching hot zones. Supporting the effort, Extraordinary Journeys, a New York-based Africa specialist, built a 10-day Botswana Safari package around the rhino rescue effort. It is also donating its commissions on any customer bookings for Botswana…

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11 June 2014

Lemala Camps adds a further 5 tented suites at Kuria Hills, Northern Serengeti

Lemala Camps and Lodges

Lemala Camps is delighted to announce its expansion of a further 5 tented suites at their Kuria Hills property in Northern Serengeti, Tanzania.  The ongoing expansion adds not only a further 5 tented suites to the property's existing 10, but also includes an upgrade of the existing eco friendly solar and hot water system.    Lemala Kuria Hills has grown from strength to strength since its opening last year and the extra suites will allow the cam…

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11 June 2014

Gary Koetser appointed Protea Regional Manager

Protea Hospitality Group

Gary Koetser has been appointed Cape Regional Manager for Protea Hotels & African Pride Hotels. Koetser is the former GM of Cape Town’s African Pride Crystal Towers Hotel & Spa, having also worked at several hotels in the Free State and Northern Cape. Koetser’s hospitality qualifications include a three-year Protea Hotels Diploma in Hospitality Service Management and Hospitality Management 1, 2 and 3 from the former Cape Technikon. He has also completed a General Managers&r…

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10 June 2014

Kenya Airways’ Dreamliner commences service on Nairobi – Paris Route

Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways began flying its first ever B787 Dreamliner on the Nairobi – Paris route as the aircraft made its first commercial flight on June 4, 2014. The B787 Dreamliner replaces the B767 aircraft which previously served the route. Kenya Airways has introduced it to boosts capacity in response to growing demand on the route. This has boosted the airline’s capacity into Europe by eight per cent. Kenya Airways Group Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer, Titus Naikuni, sai…

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09 June 2014

Elephant’s Eye, Hwange has recently launched a Spa at the 4-star Barefoot Luxury Eco-Lodge

Jenman African Safaris

There’s nothing quite like a massage surrounded by African tranquillity. Elephant’s Eye, Hwange is the only lodge in this area that is operating a Spa. The Spa’s name “Jwapi”, meaning ground hornbill, was chosen in remembrance of the original lodge’s name. Jwapi offers a variety of treatments such as Swedish massages, Deep Tissue massages, Back, Neck and Shoulder massages and a Relaxing Full Body massage. For more information or to make reservation, please c…

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09 June 2014

Kenya Airways Fly To Amsterdam

Kenya Airways

Kenya Airways has commenced flights to Amsterdam on its second Boeing 777-300ER. This is the maiden commercial flight by the Boeing 777-300ER, which the airline received on May 5, 2014. The modern aircraft is targeted at giving customers a greater sense of comfort with best quality in service delivery. “Amsterdam is one of our key and oldest routes. We have flown there over the last 26 years. The introduction of the 400 passenger capacity plane will help meet rising demand on the route,&…

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06 June 2014

Namibian government responds to elephant hunting debate

Africa Geographic

The Namibian government has published an official response to the "desert elephant" hunting debate. Read it here.

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06 June 2014

Crees And Steppes Travel Launch New Photography Tour With Charlie Hamilton James

Steppes Travel

Following the first of the three-part BBC2 programme “I Bought a Rainforest” which aired on Sunday, all eyes are on the astounding region of Manu in the Peruvian Amazon – one of the most bio-diverse places on earth. The programme follows wildlife photographer and presenter, Charlie Hamilton James as he buys a plot of land in Manu, a region in the south west basin of the Amazon, and uncovers problems facing the forest including illegal gold mining, logging and povert…

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06 June 2014

New Lewa Wilderness Website

Lewa Wilderness has recently launched a new website, please have a look for great new pictures and a summery of all our acivites. If you have any questions please contact Kate Coleridge or Sacha Craig at Hand Picked Africa.  http://lewawilderness.com/  

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05 June 2014

Nuarro Lodge in partnership with WWF

Nuarro

Unique in Southern Africa this partnership with WWF On the coast of Mozambique lies Nuarro Lodge, which sits on a clear, protected swath of beach and harbor, and caters to Mozambican, European and American tourists. Nuarro Lodge was built with the full participation of the community who shares the land. It offers insight into how the needs of people and wildlife can both be met, something WWF strives to do in our work. http://www.worldwildlife.org/pages/in-nuarro-mozambique-a-partnership-for-p…

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05 June 2014

Lemala to close mobile camps in Tanzania

Lemala Camps and Lodges

Lemala is to close the Lemala Explorer Camps operating in Tarangire, Ndutu and Grumeti in Tanzania.   The closure was part of an ongoing strategic restructuring of its camps in the country.   The camps will stop operating from December 1.

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04 June 2014

Robin Pope Safaris suspends construction of camp in Liwonde National Park, Malawi

Robin Pope Safaris

At the end of 2011 Robin Pope Safaris was awarded a concession in Liwonde National Park, Malawi to develop a new camp. Before we started developing the concession it became very clear to us that the site in its current state would not be suitable for our market. We discussed this with Malawi Government and reached an agreement of what was required. Based on this understanding and trust we continued to invest in this concession. Recently it has however come to light that the Malawian Government…

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04 June 2014

Airlink Skukuza services commence operation

Airlink

On Monday 02 June 2014, Airlink’s scheduled flights between Johannesburg and Skukuza, and Cape Town and Skukuza commenced operating. The return of scheduled air services to Skukuza airport is momentous in the context of South African tourism as this now allows all tourism stakeholders and tourists the ability to gain direct access to a variety of important and recognised wildlife destinations within the Kruger Park and nearby Sabi Sand Private Game Reserve, and offers a far more integrat…

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04 June 2014

Tortilis Camp goes 100% Solar!

After months of hard work filled with calculations, negotiations, and installations of over 190 solar panels on a site larger than 500m², we are finally there! These panels power 48 batteries, each weighing 216kg. By going solar, we will be able to reduce our use of diesel by 28,000 litres a year, dropping our CO2 emissions by approximately 60 Tons per year! Stefano & Tortilis Camp manager Andrea in the Solar Control Room The panels are positioned unobtrusively & are only vi…

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03 June 2014

Jenman African Safaris launches new tour combining Zimbabwe and Zambia

Jenman African Safaris

Following an increased demand for tailor-made and private guided tours through Zambia, Jenman Safaris has released a brand-new 15-day lodge safari named‘Zambezi Valley & Beyond’. This small-group safarideparts from Victoria Falls andends in Harare From Victoria Falls, clients travel first to Hwange National Park, then explore the Zambezi River in Livingstone before continuing on to southern & northern Kafue National Park for more game viewing activities. The next stop is th…

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03 June 2014

About us - Meet the Fleet

Gamewatchers Safaris

We are ready for the high season and hope that YOU will be joining us on safari soon! Our Group Maintenance Manager, Mr Naeem Aslam, has worked tirelessly with his team and has given our entire fleet a new facelift!  The team has spent countless hours and energy to ensure the fleet is ready to take you on the safari of your life!  From the overhaul of the engines, to the redesign of the body of the vehicles, to increasing the internal space as well as increasing the panoramic view fo…

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03 June 2014

Family holidays with Cheli & Peacock Portfolio

This summer, Cheli & Peacock is offering the ultimate family getaway – a safari to some of the most spectacular corners of Kenya and a real adventure deep into the heart of the African bush. Kenya is the perfect destination for those with little ones in tow and The C&P Portfolio offers seven fantastic family-friendly properties, with plenty to keep the young – and young at heart – amused! At Cottar’s 1920s Safari Campin the Maasai Mara, visiting children can enr…

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03 June 2014

Terminal 2

Terminal 2 Press Event As Heathrow’s new Terminal 2 reaches completion, Star Alliance held an event at the end of April in order to showcase the groundbreaking building to member airlines and members of the press. The event was a great success and we’re very much looking forward to our move into Terminal 2 on 22nd October. South African Airways' Arrivals Lounge From 4th June our Business Class passengers will be required to use the new Arrivals lounge in T2 ahead of our move t…

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02 June 2014

Africa Showcase Roadshow Update

On Show Solutions

BREAKING NEWS: U.S. ROADSHOW SOLD OUT This year’s Africa Showcase in the U.S. is now sold out!  We have had an overwhelming response to this year’s showcase which we present annually with SAA, indicating that the U.S. market is back in full force. The U.S. travel trade is in for a treat with this stellar line-up of products: EUROPE IN SUMMER We’re off next week to Vienna, Salzburg and Munich for our new European roadshow. Look who’s joining us for the 2014 Africa …

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