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April
2017
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New KKIA terminal to become southern Africa hub

In a bid to becoming the second regional hub for southern Africa, the Zambia government has embarked on a $1billion new airport terminal project with the Chinese government. This was highlighted during the hosted media tour of the new Kenneth Kaunda International Airport terminal at the sidelines of the Zambia tourism expo(ZATEX) taking place in …

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April
2017
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Recipe Wednesday: Leblabi (Tunisian Chickpea Soup)

Hi folks! It’s another Recipe Wednesday and we are excited to bring you another yummy recipe. We do hope you have enjoyed our recipes so far and you look forward to each Wednesday like we do at Afro Tourism (yeah, you can tell we are foodies right?). This week we will be preparing something simple, Leblabi Tunisian chickpea …

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April
2017
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Easter Carnival Weekend at Lekki Conservation Centre

Lekki Conservation Centre was agog with the special Easter Carnival Weekend to mark the Easter holiday. The 4-day program kicked off on Good Friday, April 14, 2017, with lots of fun and interesting activities for the family.                           Established in 1990 by an …

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April
2017
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Explore Sfax, UNESCO’s 2016 Capital of Arab Culture

Sfax, UNESCO’s 2016 Capital of Arab Culture, is the gateway to the Tunisia’s south. Unlike Fez, Marrakesh and Casablanca, tourists don’t visit Sfax in large numbers but those who do always find it interesting. Many tourists who visit Sfax usually consider the city’s medina to be the most authentic medina in Tunisia. If you’ve ever …

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April
2017
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5 Things Tourists Can Do in Sfax

Sfax is a city organized around the sea; it is one of Tunisia’s largest cities and the country’s economic beating heart. The city has industries, farming and trading as its defining activities, but it is not a place solely for business travellers. Therefore, while you may visit the city on a business trip, relaxing in …

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April
2017
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For Business Travellers, Abidjan is Back in Business

About 5 years ago, Abidjan was on its knees as gunfire spread around while pro and anti Gbagbo forces were at war because the then president refused to leave office after he was defeated at the poll by Alassane Ouattara. Fast-forward to five years later, the once dreaded city is snowballing into the economic powerhouse …

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April
2017
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The Growth of Medical Tourism in South Africa

South Africa has been making medical advances towards medical tourism, with statistics showing that in 2012, between 300,000 and 350,000 tourists from all around Africa travelled to South Africa for medical treatment. In addition to shorter travel times than India, South Africa advertises the added allure of safaris and spas. African travelers coming to South …

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April
2017
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Grand Bassam, Cote d’Ivoire

The historical town of Grand Bassam was the first capital of Côte d’Ivoire from 1893 to 1896 when an outbreak of yellow fever forced an administrative relocation. Located 45 minutes east of Abidjan, it was established at the mouth of the Comoë River estuary on the Gulf of Guinea by the French colonialists, and remained …

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April
2017
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City Icon: Didier Drogba

All Hail Drog the King! One of Africa’s finest footballers of his generation, Didier Drogba currently plies his trade with Montreal Impact the Canadian Major League Soccer after an illustrious career playing in Europe. Drogba was born in Abidjan on March 11, 1978. Following Côte d’Ivoire’s qualification for the 2006 FIFA World Cup in Germany, …

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April
2017
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Recipe Wednesday: Chocolate Clafoutis with Caramelised Oranges

Salut mes amis! Or for my non French speaking folks, hello my friends.  It’s been a wonderful week so far and hoping it goes fantastic all the way until we say “FRI-YAY”. You must be wondering why I started by greeting you in French. Well, this week, we are in the beautiful city of Abidjan, …

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April
2017
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Abidjan Zoo: a Symbol of Recovery

Merely looking into the eyes of CAN, one could guess the harrowing experience the elephant went through during the turbulent political crisis in Abidjan in 2010/11. The elephant was born in 1992, the year Ivory Coast won its first trophy, and was named CAN after the French acronym for the African Cup of Nations. CAN ...

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April
2017
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10 Holiday Options to Choose from in Kenya

Imagine a place with a perfect blend of beautiful coastline, awesome wildlife, nice mix of ancient practise and modern vibes, all in a scenic and serene environment. You’ve just pictured the magical Kenya. I haven’t met anyone who visited Kenya on holiday and return with regrets. Of course, there might be the usual culture shock ...

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April
2017
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Easter in Bahir Dar

For this account of Easter in Bahir Dar, I think it’s best we start with a bit of history. Ethiopia’s history and historical sites where tourists regularly visit bear witness to the country’s status as an ancient cradle of civilization. The country is equally one of the earliest Christian nations in the world. Its long …

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April
2017
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25 Adventure Sites in Africa

Don’t just jump at every holiday offer; to help you prepare for your next big holiday trip, here are sites you should consider to add to your itinerary. These are without a doubt the best 25 adventure sites in Africa.    1. Kruger National Park, South Africa Arguably Africa’s most popular and largest game reserves and …

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April
2017
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Easter Cooking: Frejon & Fish Stew

At Afro Tourism we love the holidays!!! Because it means we have the passport to inspire people to fulfill their getaway dreams. So if you have days to spare over the upcoming Easter holidays, why not try some food tourism. That being said, for our Easter meal this year, we are preparing a dish inspired …

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April
2017
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Africa’s Top Easter Destinations

Have you planned what you’re doing this Easter yet? Easter has a social and spiritual dimension in Africa, and is a time when families love to come together. If you are looking to get away with your family this Easter – or perhaps just as a couple – then here are 10 fantastic ideas for …

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April
2017
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Easter Fun at LCC Easter Carnival Weekend, Lagos

Afro Tourism will be covering the event live. Be sure to attend the event to meet any of our representatives  and ask all the questions you have about African tourism and Africa’s untapped destinations. 

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April
2017
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5 Most Talked About Places in Seychelles

Seychelles is a paradise of sorts. With 100 plus islands and 90,000 people, the Seychelles archipelago has only had permanent residents for 235 years. This explains why its natural flora and fauna has survived for ages. Seychelles positions itself as the premier holiday destination for the affluent and discerning visitor, parading a wide array of …

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April
2017
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Holiday Best-bet: Cape Town vs. Durban

Cape Town and Durban are two leading holiday destinations in South Africa that should make everyone’s bucket list. While the former has remained among the best holiday destinations in the world because of its Mediterranean climate, vibrant nightlife, Michelin Star restaurants, scenic coastal drives, staggering mountain landscape and friendly people; the latter holds top spot ...

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April
2017
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City Icon: Jonathan Butler, Cape Town

“I was born poor, but richly blessed with talent and the gift to make music. I can’t dismiss where I’ve been or where I come from. I am a proud South African and I came from nothing.” – Jonathan Butler Born on October 10, 1961 in Athlone, a shantytown outside Cape Town, South Africa, Jonathan …

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April
2017
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Magical Cape Town

South Africa is a beautiful country. I was there when it grabbed global attention in 2010 during the world cup. Until recently, however, the Zakumi and the sound of the Vuvuzela were the experience I could easily recall. No doubt, the football distracted me from taking in the beautiful scenery and touristy places in the …

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March
2017
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7 African Waterfalls To Visit This Summer

Words defy how to explain the perfect waterfall…perfection, serene ambiance, tranquil…and so forth. For many of us, summer time is is the perfect time to kick back and relax, whilst for others it spells p-a-r-t-y time. For the rest of us, summer is adventure time and what’s a good adventure without discovering Africa’s beautiful falls. …

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March
2017
Lake Tana

City Icon: Lake Tana, Source of the Blue Nile (Ethiopia)

Long acknowledged as the source of the Blue Nile River, Lake Tana is Ethiopia’s largest body of water, with a surface area of 3,673km², a surrounding drainage of 11,650km² and a maximum depth of 14m. It is located in the Amhara Region, in a depression of the northwest plateau 1,800m above sea level. Volcanic activity ...

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