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Morocco to Reopen its Borders on February 7

Morocco to Reopen its Borders on February 7

Morocco said on Thursday that it would end a ban on flights to the kingdom, in place since November 29 in an effort to limit the spread of the Omicron variant of coronavirus. A government statement published by the country’s official MAP news agency said that the ban would end on February 7. The decision…

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority makes a push for ISO Certification

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority makes a push for ISO Certification

Zimbabwe Tourism Authority (ZTA) has engaged the Standards Association of Zimbabwe (SAZ) seeking ISO Certification 9001/2015 quality management system. ISO certification of the national tourism authority dovetails with the National Tourism Recovery and Growth Strategy and is critical in the implementation of the National Development Strategy (NDS1) as the nation focuses on Vision 2030. ZTA…

Maiden FITUR Cruises receives massive Industry support

Maiden FITUR Cruises receives massive Industry support

January 25, 2022 (MADRID, SPAIN) – The first edition of FITUR Cruises was not only a great success but welcomed with open arms, exceeding expectations and confirming why cruise travel is one of the fastest-growing sectors of the tourism industry. FITUR Cruises debuted as part of the 2022 International Tourism Fair which took place in…

President Weah outdoors Liberia’s National Tourism Brand and Marketing Strategy

President Weah outdoors Liberia’s National Tourism Brand and Marketing Strategy

The President of the Republic of Liberia George Weah has today 27th January 2022 unveiled the country’s national tourism brand and marketing strategy in a ceremony in the capital, Monrovia. This momentous feat is part of the Government’s commitment to improving its economic growth and employment opportunities through tourism. Speaking at the august occasion, the…

Article: Navigating the slow and rugged terrain to Africa’s tourism recovery

Article: Navigating the slow and rugged terrain to Africa’s tourism recovery

Africa’s road to tourism recovery from the raging pandemic has been hindered by bumps of sporadic emergence of various variants of Coronavirus. No matter what the forecast has been and how much optimism has been expressed, there appears to be no end in sight, neither is there respite for hope especially with the current Omicron…

Asky resumes flights to Malabo

Asky resumes flights to Malabo

ASKY, The Pan-African Airline has announced the resumption of flights to Malabo – Equatorial Guinea effective February 03rd, 2022, following the re-opening of its air space to international flights twice a week. Malabo is now connected to ASKY’s entire network and other destinations to the USA from Lom -TOGO with the following Schedule: About ASKY ASKY,…

Senegal on course to building a resilient Tourism Economy

Senegal on course to building a resilient Tourism Economy

The West African country of Senegal is determined to build a strong tourism ecosystem that is hinged on health safety and security, infrastructure and creating an enabling environment for sustainable investments into the sector. This is according to the Secretary-General of Senegalese Agency for Tourism Promotion, Mamadou Diallo. Speaking to VoyagesAfriq at this year’s FITUR…

Homes & Villas by Marriott International officially launches in South Africa

Homes & Villas by Marriott International officially launches in South Africa

Homes & Villas by Marriott International (Marriott.com), Marriott International’s curated and growing collection of premium and luxury whole home rentals, announces today that almost 300 exclusive Cape Town, Johannesburg and Durban homes have been added to the platform, marking the collection’s debut in South Africa. Launched in May 2019, Homes & Villas by Marriott International…

Opinion: Critical Overview of the Legal Nature of the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism

Opinion: Critical Overview of the Legal Nature of the Global Code of Ethics for Tourism

Writer: M.Sc. Khaled Ben Rejeb The United Nations World Tourism Organization promotes and boosts tourism as a driver of economic growth, inclusive development and environmental sustainability. It offers assistance to the sector by improving knowledge and tourism policies worldwide as well as contributing to international understanding and peace with respect to human rights and fundamental…

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