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Lalibela Among 100 Best Places On Earth To Visit

AFRICANGLOBE - Travel Guide publisher Rough Guides names Ethiopia’s Lalibela as one of the “100 Best Places on Earth – the Ultimate Travel Bucket List”. Rough Guides’ new book reveals 100 of the most extraordinary places to visit in the world – the ultimate travel bucket list, which is to be published on 1st September.

Six Places In Africa You Must See

AFRICANGLOBE - Africa is known for being rich in history and for its role as the cradle of mankind. It is approximated that in Africa, South Africa leads with over 10 million tourists annually followed by Zimbabwe with 2.4 million. The number of tourists in Kenya also jumped with visitors growing to over 2 million in 2018 from 1.4 million in 2017, according to recent government statistics. World Tourism Organization noted that island destinations like Seychelles and Cape Verde both reported twice the growth in the number of tourists  because of increased air connectivity. Here are some of the places you must visit in Africa:

Successful Entrepreneurs Get To Go On Vacation

AFRICANGLOBE - Before we dive into the habits and activates of entrepreneurs that enable them to work effectively and productively, it is imperative to understand the traits that form the underlying character of a visionary businessman.

5 Reasons Why Africa Is The Place To Be In 2017

AFRICANGLOBE - Welcome to 2017. A year that promises so much for our amazing continent. A year with many successes, and limited disappointments. However, there are a lot more reasons why Africa is the place to be. Especially in 2017 where the possibilities are endless. Jumia Travel enumerates 5 obvious reasons why Africa is the place to be this year.

10 Things You Must Experience In Ethiopia

AFRICANGLOBE - Gifted with unique historical wonders and pleasant hospitality, Ethiopia offers adventurous exploration opportunities. Ethiopia’s landscape and weather conditions makes it impressive. It has twelve months of sunshine where you can have a yearlong getaway.

Uganda Named Top Tourist Destination By National Geographic

AFRICANGLOBE - Uganda is among the top 20 global tourism destinations in the year 2013, according to the National Geographic. The National Geographic is...

Uganda Leads Africa in Tourism Growth

Uganda is now ranked top in tourism industry growth in Africa, the secretary of tourism in the Kenya ministry of tourism, Dr. Nelson Githinji...

Low-Cost Air Travel Comes to Africa

African travellers, plagued by the high fares charged by airlines targeting the business market, are a step closer to being able to fly across...

Travel Trends That Will Influence 2012 and Beyond

IHG (InterContinental Hotels Group), reputed to be the world's largest hotel group by number of rooms, has worked with some of the most influential...

Namibia Maintains Its Tourism Brand

The Namibia Tourism Board (NTB) continues to explore avenues for marketing Namibia and creating platforms for the tourism trade to network and exchange business...

Kenya’s Kisumu City to Host Tourism, Travel Exhibition

Kisumu city will next week host a three-day expo to promote tourism in the Western circuit. The exhibition, which is sponsored by the Lake...

Expedia to Boost Rwanda’s Online Travel

The tourism department of the Rwanda Development Board and Expedia, a major international online travel company, on Tuesday hosted a seminar that aims at...

American Travel Industry Adding Pressure Against UK APD

Through an open letter to chancellor of the United Kingdom, George Osborne, a coalition of over 30 American travel industry organisations has challenged the air passenger duty (APD) levelled by the British government on travellers to and from the UK as “excessively high and counterproductive” and urged it to abandon plans to raise the APD in 2012.

SA's Singita Scoops Top Travel Award

South African hospitality group Singita Game Reserves is now firmly at the top of the industry after walking off with the honours in the...

Africa's Tourism Continues High Growth Rate

The Africa Travel Association (ATA), a world leader in promoting tourism to Africa, announced major industry milestones at the travel trade association's 36th Annual World Congress in Senegal.

E-tourism Growing in Africa

In 2005, less than 2% of tourism revenues in Africa came from online booking. In 2010, buoyed by the World Cup that percentage rose to 5% and looks set to go to somewhere between 15-20% by 2015. The World Cup may have been a one-off boost but it accelerated the growth of online tourism in South Africa.