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  Last weekend news reached that the parliament in Nairobi has finally voted for the new tourism bill, which will bring long overdue new regulatory bodies and a new organizational …

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It was learned overnight that ‘The Pride of Africa’ will, effective 02nd May, resume their operation into the Ivory Coast’s capital city of Abidjan, following months of unrest which ended …

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There are few wildlife experiences on the planet that rival coming face-to-face with a 158-kilogram mountain gorilla. Around  20,000 people each year journey to Africa, mainly Rwanda and Uganda , …

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A number of Poachers on Mt. Elgon National Park have attacked officials of the Uganda Wildlife Authority stabbing one of them and forcing others to flee. Mr Abdulla Mashaka, 34, …

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The International Air Transport Association has granted the Rwanda TourismUniversity College the status of an examination center for the regular IATA courses, lifting the status of RTUC to the next level. While …

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Rwanda Development Board, Tourism and Conservation, yesterday released their arrival and related data for the year 2010. It was noted with not little pride that tourism brought over 200 million …

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The Uganda Wildlife Education Centre (UWEC) has adopted Buganda’s totem system to supplement the conservation effort, an official has said. In his speech, UWEC Executive Director Andrew Seguya said that …

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