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Never again has too often been spoken in haste, lacked honest conviction or was a convenient utterance aimed to capture an audience or score cheap points. When Rwanda this Saturday commemorates …

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Exploring multiple countries in West Africa has become easier as G Adventures announces its first sailing programme in the region aboard the M/S Expedition.   The cruises enable travellers to …

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The upcoming e-Tourism Conference in Kenyas capital Nairobi is taking place at the InterContinental Hotel in Nairobi where over 300 particpants from Africa and beyond are expected to gather to …

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The Lonely Planet, an internationally respected travel magazine last year voted Uganda the world’s top tourist destination for 2012. The reason it gave was the voting of the Bwindi Impenetrable …

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Philippines President Benigno Aquino III has joined the growing number of world leaders that are part of the UNWTO/WTTC Global Leaders for Tourism Campaign, aimed at rallying support for tourism …

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Staff of Heathrow Express have gone on strike, causing major disruptions, after a driver was sacked and a union representative was suspended. Members of the Rail, Maritime and Transport (RMT) …

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Information was confirmed by a source from Brussels Airlines that the Belgian flag carrier will launch flight operations in Congo through a new airline, 70 percent owned by SN with …

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Day 1 –Transfer to Bwindi gorilla forest Our tour guide will meet you at your hotel in Kampala and drive west to Bwindi Impenetrable National Park. Have a journey break …

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Uganda Revenue Authority has today handed over 176 pieces of Ivory weighing 162 kilograms, 189 pieces of Warthog and Hippo teeth weighing 38 kilograms, 19 Monitor Lizard skin weighing three …

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Tourist guides in Uganda will be imposed on standards by the Tourism Act to generate discipline and professionalize the industry. During the awarding of 30 tourist guides who had been …

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