Namibia: Air Nam Removed From Travel Association

[Namibian] The Association of Southern African Travel Agents (Asata) has informed its members that Namibia’s financially troubled flagship airline, Air Namibia, has been suspended from all integrated surveillance system (ISS) operations….

Regional travel: Zimbabwe gears up to receive international visitors

Zimbabwe has long been a firm regional favourite amongst South Africans. The mighty Victoria Falls, Great Zimbabwe Ruins, Matopos National Park, Hwange National Park and Lake Kariba are among the country’s best attractions.    Zimbabwe reopened its borders on 1 October. However, road trips are still not possible as the country’s land borders

7 Best Resorts Near Yercaud That Are Perfect For A Budget-Friendly Vacay!

Discovered by Britishers at the time of their sovereignty, Yercaud is an unpopular hill station nestled in the Salem district in the South of India. But with an increase in the number of foreigners wanting to explore more of South India for its adorning waterfalls, lakes and gratifying climate, this little part of Tamil Nadu is slowly attracting an

Namibia: Meriam Questions Lira Appointment

[New Era] Namibian international model Meriam Kaxuxwena, also known as MK, is not impressed with the news that South African singer Lira has been chosen as Namibia's tourism ambassador for FENATA, further saying she needs her endorsement.Want to know more on Namibia: Meriam Questions Lira Appointment click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour

Africa: Govt Backs Okonjo-Iweala to Lead WTO

[New Era] President Hage Geingob yesterday disclosed that Namibia will be supporting the candidature of former Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala for the director general post of the World Trade Organisation (WTO).Want to know more on Africa: Govt Backs Okonjo-Iweala to Lead WTO click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information

Namibia: Relief for the Tourism Industry

[New Era] Players in the tourism industry can now heave a sigh of relief after the government yesterday announced the relaxation of Covid-19 restriction, including the removal of the five-day mandatory test for international visitors.Want to know more on Namibia: Relief for the Tourism Industry click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information

Namibia: Lira’s Tourism Ambassadorial Gig Causes Uproar Among Namibians

[New Era] Many locals have come out guns blazing, refusing to accept that South African songsters Lerato Molapo, known as Lira, has been identified as the first Namibian Tourism Ambassador, part of Federation of Namibian Tourism Associations (FENATA)'s Travel Ambassador initiative.Want to know more on Namibia: Lira's Tourism Ambassadorial Gig Causes

Regional travel: Namibia is once again open for business

Every year tourists from all over the world travel to Namibia to enjoy the country’s spectacular natural attractions.  Namibia welcomed over 1.6 million international tourists to its shores in 2019. Most visitors were from Germany, France, the United Kingdom, Angola, South Africa and Zambia. Namibia’s tourism industry has suffered intensely

Namibia: Fenata Defends Lira As Travel Ambassador

[Namibian] A private sector tourism organisation has defended their appointment of a non-Namibian as the country's first travel ambassador last week after this caused a storm on social media.Want to know more on Namibia: Fenata Defends Lira As Travel Ambassador click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from allAfrica Travel

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

Namibia: Communities Suffer As Breadwinners Do Not Earn Anything From Their Tourism Jobs

[Namibia Economist] The safari industry in southern and eastern Africa has gone over a precipice, dropping about 75% in revenues since March this year. The impact on tourism has been devastating with many safari operators in seven countries saying they have no business, cannot pay their staff, and do not expect conditions to change for the better until

Namibia: Over 400 Travellers Visit Nam in September

[Namibian] JUST over 400 travellers came to Namibia last month, as the country's lockdown lapsed, effectively opening up its borders.Want to know more on Namibia: Over 400 Travellers Visit Nam in September click here go to tour news source. Travel and tour information summary from allAfrica Travel News.Author: [Namibian] JUST over 400 travellers came

King Shaka offers fewer choices for passengers flying internationally

There was a slow but steady growth in the number of international airlines operating direct flights to Durban’s King Shaka airport over the last ten years. Prior to South Africa’s border closures, there were seven international airlines operating flights between Durban and destinations outside of South Africa. SEVEN INTERNATIONAL AIRLINES OPERATED
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