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South Africa has a proud history of protecting its wildlife. 35 years ago the rhino population was on the verge of extinction, but the slide in Africa was halted, largely …

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The eagerly anticipated annual edition of Directions – The Design Hotels™ Magazine will be launched at the ITB tourism fair in Berlin, taking place from March 7-11, 2012. This year’s copy …

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The intense partnership and schedule coordination between Tanzanias leading airline Precision Air and regional giant Kenya Airways has now resulted in a 5th daily flight being introduced on the route …

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Dr Mohan Kaul, Co-Chair, Commonwealth Business Council, President Yoweri Museveni, and Sir Alan Coll   By Apollo Mubiru and Agencies  The Commonwealth Business Council, in conjunction with the High Commission …

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(Picture courtesy of St. Regis Mauritius, showing a sample bedroom) The much anticipated grand opening by the new St. Regis Mauritius, named by the Forbes Travel Guide as one of …

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 Uganda is a true African birding destination located at the centre of the continent. No other area in Africa can match Uganda’s Amazing diversity of habitats and this richness is …

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Watching wildlife is one of the main attractions and highlight of a visit to Uganda. Uganda’s ten National Parks and 12 Wildlife Reserves are some of the most diverse in …

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Information came to light this week that over 500 elephant had been killed for ivory in the Virunga National Park in Eastern Congo over the past two years alone. The …

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Kibale National Nark covers an area of 760 sq kms and has a variety of primates estimated at 13 species that include red, black and white colobus monkeys, blue monkeys, …

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Kenyas Minister for Tourism, Najib Balala, is in Morocco at present on a mission to promote travel between the two countries, and while there reportedly asked Royal Air Maroc to …

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