EAST AFRICAN TOURISM – THE JOINT PROJECT OF KENYA, UGANDA, RWANDA

Tomas Haupt -
African tourism authorities rely more and more on synergy. In East Africa, Kenya, Uganda, and Rwanda have decided to join forces to improve their visibility to tourists across the world. After signing...

HALAL TOURISM IN KENYA DEVELOPING FAST

Michael Trout -
Kenya has been developing a new certification program for tourist establishments to comply with Islamic standards. The aim is to attract more Muslim travelers and develop local halal tourism. ...

DUBAI TOURISM BOARD TARGETING AFRICAN CLIENTS

Samuel Dorsi -
After having established itself as a leading destination for business tourism and luxury, the emirate of Dubai mostly targets the wealthier clientele. A new Dubai tourism strategy has been put in plac...

TOURISM IN AFRICA IS GROWING THE MOST

Ashley Nault -
Tourism in Africa has been dynamically growing. 300 million international tourist arrivals were recorded in the months of July and August 2017, according to the World Tourism Barometer, which is a re...

AFRICA: TOURISM PROFESSIONALS WORRIED ABOUT POACHING

Theodore Slate -
In Africa, the fight against poaching is increasingly at the heart of the concerns of tourism professionals. But poaching, particularly against rhinos and elephants, remains high....
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