Ethiopian Airlines Group proudly announces the completion and grand inauguration of the Gode Ugaas Miraad Airport Terminal Project in the Somali Regional State of Ethiopia. The newly opened terminal, graced by the presence of H.E. Dr. Abiy Ahmed, Prime Minister of Ethiopia, and H.E. Mustafe Mohammed Omer, President of the Somali Regional State, marks a significant milestone in enhancing airport facilities and passenger experience.
When it comes to experiencing Africa’s diverse wildlife and epic natural landscapes, safari isn’t the only game around. Cartology Travel, an insider expert on the continent, maps out some of the most thrilling experiences for 2024 that don’t involve spotting the Big Five.
Lengishu, the luxury Kenyan safari home and esteemed member of the environmental membership organisation, The Long Run, is one of only twelve properties worldwide to have achieved Global Ecosphere Retreat® (GER®) status, recognised by the Global Sustainable Tourism Council.
Geotourist and the West Africa Tourism Organisation (WATO) are partnering in a revolutionary data initiative to generate visitor data insights that are not currently achievable in the region. The initiative will be rolled out across 19 different countries,
The Gambia Experience is delighted to announce the grand reopening of Kombo Beach Hotel, restored to a premier destination within The Gambia and proudly positioned as a flagship property within the tour operator’s holiday collection. Following an innovative renovation, this beloved hotel on the pristine sands of Kotu Beach officially reopened on January 5th, offering something for everyone. The transformation includes a visually striking frontage, remodelled public areas and room facilities along with new amenities, creating an enhanced experience for families and couples, and has been elevated to a four-grade status rating by the tour operator.
Emirates, the world’s largest international airline, commemorates two decades of service in Ghana, highlighting its role as a trusted transport partner that connects the country to the global economy. Since its inaugural flight in 2004, Emirates has steadily expanded its operations, currently offering a daily non-stop service between Accra and Dubai.
Discover the captivating destination of Mozambique, a lesser-known haven of exquisite charm on the Southeast coast of Africa. Just 30 kilometres off the mainland lies Anantara Bazaruto Island Resort, a luxurious retreat that invites guests to create lasting memories on pristine beaches, enjoy a sizzling culinary scene and embark on outdoor activities all year round due to the balmy temperatures.
Finch Hattons, a luxurious tented camp in Tsavo National Park, is marking its 30th anniversary as a Kenyan-owned and operated establishment. Established in 1993 by hotelier Peter Frank and the Kenyan Gehlot family, the camp is named after the famous conservationist Denys Finch Hatton. It has been recognized multiple times as Africa’s Leading Tented Safari Camp by the World Travel Awards.
The fifth edition of OurAfrica.Travel is set to take place from February 5 to 9, 2024. This digital travel trade show aims to connect global buyers with African and Indian Ocean properties and suppliers. Over 170 exhibitors, 280 buyers, and 20 media representatives have already registered. The event emphasizes collaboration and supports charitable causes related to community and conservation projects.
Currently in the early stages of development, Anantara Kafue River Tented Camp will be located on the banks of the Kafue River – a haven fully suspended 3.5 metres above the ground, ensuring unbridled access to the bush and river for the wild inhabitants.
Adventurers looking for a truly unforgettable journey deep into the heart of Africa’s most iconic landscapes need look no further than African Horse Safaris.