Issue 10 of VoyagesAfriq Travel Magazine celebrates women contribution to Tourism


The Final issue of VoyagesAfriq Travel Magazine for 2019 dedicated over half of the magazine to celebrate the contribution of women to the tourism industry in Africa.

The issue, which coincided with the first regional congress on women empowerment in the tourism sector, was the souvenir issue dedicated for the event and outstanding women in the tourism sector.

The 10th edition as usual compiles the most relevant and informative stories from the world of travel and tourism. The 68- page full colour publication opens with files of the women empowerment congress.

The Chief Executive Officer of Land Tours Mona Boyd is the Tourism Personality for the edition. She opens up on her business and he tourism industry in Ghana and West Africa.

The latest edition continues in the tradition of providing unparalleled and in-depth content about the tourism and travel industry on the African continent and beyond.

Another novelty to the magazine is the introduction of Sustainability and Tech page powered by Rain maker Africa with an article which looks at ‘’ Keeping More Tourism Spend in Destinations and how it is Crucial for Sustainable Tourism Development authored by Thomas Mueller.

Ghana’s plan post the year of return celebrations is revealed by the national coordinator and CEO of the Ghana Tourism Authority, Akwasi Agyeman.

The Secretary General of the World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) Zurab Pololikashvili wraps up the issue with his vision, works in Africa during the year in perspective and the outlook for 2020.

Key travel events such as Magical Kenya Travel Expo, Africa Tourism Leadership Forum and Swahili International Tourism Expo have been revealed in this edition.

Other issues covered in the 68-page magazine includes highlights from the Commission for Africa (CAF) Meeting held in Saint Petersburg, Russia , South Africa’s determination to reach the 21 million tourists mark, Malawi’s e-visa roll out, Morocco’s new Tourism Minister and African Union Development Agency (AUDA-NEPAD) focus on Tourism startup incubation for development among others.

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