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A modern high school in Robanda village located in Serengeti district in Tanzania has been constructed from part of the percentage they receive from Robanda Tented Camp .the lodge belongs …

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New figures from World Travel Market reveal the 2011 event generated £1,653 million in industry deals – an impressive 16 per cent increase on WTM 2010. Independent research of World …

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A regular source at the airlines Kampala office has confirmed that come August this year, Emirates will begin to operate their route from Dubai to Amsterdam with a daily A …

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Starting from the 25th of March 2012 will Emirates drop their stop enroute to and from Entebbe in Addis Ababa, giving Ugandans the long awaited nonstop connection. Passengers to and …

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Thirty tourists have closely escaped death on Christmas Day when their boat overturned on the Kenyatta Public Beach in Mombasa. The tourists have been rescued by marine police and fishermen …

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While in Nairobi a few days ago it could be confirmed that Kenya Airways had commenced, what one staff has on condition of anonymity described as a trial, a policy …

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An unsavoury scenario is unfolding at the Ziwa Rhino Sanctuary, now that the three adult bulls have been joined by three adolescent males, driven away by their mothers in a …

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The Nairobi Aviation College, one of the privately owned institutions teaching programmes relevant to starting a career in aviation or a travel agency, found itself locked out of their premises …

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A Hong Kong bound container with 87 elephant tusks was seized over the weekend in Nairobi, when alert customs and security officials opened the container for a physical spot check, …

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The mountain gorilla census for Bwindi Impenetrable National Parkwhich began in mid-September this year successfully ended on October 22,2011 with Dr.Martha Robbins of the Marks Planck Institute announcing that it would …

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