Botswana: Govt Opens Hunting Season With 287 Elephants On Offer

Gaborone, Botswana — Botswana is to issue nearly 300 elephant hunting licenses next month for the first full hunting season since a ban was lifted in 2019. Coronavirus travel restrictions disrupted the hunting season last year in Botswana, home to the world’s largest elephant herd.The country’s Department of Wildlife and National Parks will issue…

Flights to Botswana resume as borders reopen

The Southern African country famous for magnificent landscapes and abundant wildlife is taking a phased approach to reopening its borders. …

Botswana: Nyangabgwe Hill Hub to Revive Tourism

[Botswana Daily News] Francistown — Francistown shall not be a pass-through place to other destinations, but is going to be a tourist destination because of venues such as Nyangabgwe Hill Arts Hub….

Prince Harry: Duke’s Africa trip cost eye-watering sum – truth about Royal Family tours

PRINCE HARRY, 36, is among the many members of the Royal Family who have enjoyed a plethora of trips abroad on behalf of the country. Despite the Duke of Sussex since deciding to step back from royal duties - his state visit last year proved the most expensive of them all.Want to know more on Prince Harry: Duke's Africa trip cost eye-watering sum -

Take a break in November at one of these Southern African havens

November is around the corner and here are some of the best places to visit next month. Our pick of the top places to visit in November Explore the Cape Floral Kingdom in November Situated in the Western and Eastern Cape Provinces, the magnificent Cape Floristic Region is a vast area that is home to some of the world’s most diverse and

Regional travel: Updated entry requirements for the Seychelles

With its careful handling of the COVID-19 situation, the Seychelles has an exceptionally low number of infections and deaths from the virus.  The Seychelles government has begun efforts to reopen its borders to selected nationalities. Last week the government issued a list of nationalities that are able to enter the country once again. South

List: There are now 101 countries SA nationals can travel to visa-free

We all know that the famous ‘Green Mamba‘ isn’t exactly the greatest passport in the world. But as South Africans, it’s the best many of us will ever get. The Henley & Partners travel index has been updated for 2020, with Mzansi having to settle for a mid-table finish. In total, 101 countries are accessible for SA nationals on a visa-free

5 must-visit camps in Botswana

Botswana is a vast and varied country, full of beautiful wildlife and stunning landscapes. It’s easy to understand why it is one of the best safari destinations in Africa. From the vein-like waterways in the Okavango Delta to the arid and desolate Kalahari Desert, the variety within this landlocked country is second to none. Whilst […] Want to know

Botswana: Domestic Tourism Recovering From Covid-19

[Botswana Daily News] Maun -- The tourism industry is said to be gradually recovering from the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, thanks to domestic tourists. Travel and tourism were among the most affected, as airplanes were grounded, hospitality facilities closed and travel restrictions imposed around the world.Want to know more on Botswana: Domestic

Out of the ordinary: Five of the world’s most extraordinary places to stay

Here are five of the world’s most extraordinary, spectacular and out-of-this-world hotels and places to stay to inspire you… Extraordinary travel destinations Mihir Garh, Rajasthan, India   Resting in splendid isolation in the Thar Desert near Jodphur, Mihir Garh exudes a fantastical, regal charm. Designed to emulate an enormous sandcastle,

Botswana: Passion for Citizen Empowerment Drives Kgaga

[Botswana Daily News] Maun -- Born 72 years ago in Shorobe in the outskirts of Maun, Mr Kenson Kgaga is proud of his contribution in the tourism industry.Want to know more on Botswana: Passion for Citizen Empowerment Drives Kgaga click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from allAfrica Travel News.Author: [Botswana Daily

Taking off: Airline confirms new regional flight network

South Africa’s borders will reopen on 1 October, allowing travel to and from countries outside of South Africa. Privately owned South African airline Airlink operated flights to domestic and regional destinations prior to the lockdown and closure of South Africa’s borders. Airlink operated its network in conjunction with South African Airways

African travel: Best places to go in October for one-of-a-kind experiences

Here are some of the best places to visit for unforgettable, one-of-a-kind experiences in Africa. African travel Tiger fishing in Zambia The fish are biting and it’s time to head to the water in Zambia. While most rivers and lakes in Zambia carry good stocks of fish, the main drawcard for most fishermen and anglers is the tough tiger

Things to keep in mind when you are planning that world-class African safari

From the golden savannahs of the Serengeti to the green swamps of the Okavango Delta, Africa captures the hearts of adventurers and explorers. The continent is home to some of the world’s most spectacular landscapes and also has rich mosaics of culture and heritage. With its glorious big game, there is no better way to experience Africa than

Botswana: Kereng Announces Tourism Plans

[Botswana Daily News] Ramotswa -- The Ministry of Environment, Natural Resources Conservation and Tourism has instituted measures to address tourism sector challenges.Want to know more on Botswana: Kereng Announces Tourism Plans click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from allAfrica Travel News.Author: [Botswana Daily

The Smoke that Thunders: Victoria Falls ready to welcome visitors

Forming the border between Zambia in the North and Zimbabwe in the South, waters from the mighty Zambezi River spill into a 100-metre-deep canyon over 1.7-kilometre-wide to make Victoria Falls the largest waterfall on the planet.  History of Victoria Falls It was discovered by the famed Scottish explorer David Livingstone in 1855 while attempting
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