Travel to Africa

By IndepthAfrica
In News
Apr 14th, 2012
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I saw this blog by @SafariEditor2 (twitter)  and I thought what an awesome idea. So I compiled a gratitude list of what I love most, it made me realise what I have seen, done, and what an amazing continent we are all fortunate to live on! Going to the Bush. Hoedspruit, South Africa. A group of [&hell...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 14th, 2012
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by Kimberley O’Sullivan The sound of shrieking children on break-up day was the last jarring sound in my ears before my husband and I arrived at Cape Town International Airport, bound for the tiny Namibian coastal town of Walvis Bay, and our epic 14-day Swakopmund to Victoria Falls overland adv...
By IndepthAfrica
In Travel to Africa
Apr 14th, 2012
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By Sandra Mallinson Christmas holidays are over, New Year’s resolutions have been bent or broken, and the year is settling into that familiar routine. Time to shake things up! For an unforgettable 2012 holiday we recommend you go somewhere off the beaten track. How about a big game safari with ...
By IndepthAfrica
In News
Apr 13th, 2012
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by Geoff Weiss, Travel Writer and Andrea Papitto, Producer, Essakane Film Although considered off the beaten path for many world travelers, the Saharan nation of Mauritania has much to offer adventuresome visitors who are open to its cultural complexities, historic sites and natural wonders. The vast...
By IndepthAfrica
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Apr 13th, 2012
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by Rebecca Reynolds, President and Founder, Rebecca Reynolds Consulting Dropping down over the Drakensberg escarpment, an immense shelf of land that gives way in great carved ravines to the vast plains below, I was awed by its magnitude. Instinctively, I felt my arrival in “the bush” and began to pre...
By benim
In Egypt
Sep 9th, 2011
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Cairo – Egypt is to stop issuing visas to tourists on arrival, a government official said on Friday, although allowances will be made for those travelling in groups. The new regulations have not yet come into effect, and the cabinet is still fine-tuning them, spokesperson Mahmud Higazi told AFP...
By benim
In East Africa
May 25th, 2011
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Addis Ababa, Ethiopia – Ethiopian Airlines has won the 2010 Annual Airline Reliability Performance Award from the Bombardier Aerospace. According to Bombardier, “Ethiopian Airlines achieved the highest overall dispatch reliability and stood first in the overall Q-400 product category for the Mi...
By benim
In East Africa
May 25th, 2011
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Kenya Airways is launching its 54th destination on the 19th June to N’djamena in Chad. The new route which will operate via Cotonou, the capital of Benin, will see Kenya Airways strengthen its presence in Central Africa, a landlocked geographical territory that depends largely on imports. The airline...
By benim
In East Africa
Apr 30th, 2011
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Kenya Airways recorded a 13.5 percent rise in passenger volumes in the first quarter of 2011 buoyed by new African routes and an increase in flight frequencies on popular domestic routes. The airline, which is 26 percent owned by France-KLM, said passenger numbers rose to 791,302 in the three months,...
By benim
In Travel to Africa
Jan 27th, 2011
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Ethiopian Airlines and ET African Journeys are offering a special deal on a deluxe nine-day safari to Tanzania, home of the world-famous Serengeti National Park. The price of $2,259 (plus taxes) includes airfare, deluxe accommodations, games drives, transfers and most meals and levies no additional s...