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    City Icon: Haile Gebrselassie – Ethiopia

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    Haile Gebrselassie is probably the greatest Ethiopian athlete and possibly the world’s greatest long distance runner of all time. One…

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    Foodie Destination: Kitfo & Coffee from Bahir Dar, Ethiopia

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    Kitfo (Steak Tatare) & Coffee from Bahir Dar, Ethiopia.   There is something about Ethiopia and food that just hits…

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    Essential Gadgets For Every Trip

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    Two important questions to ask while preparing for a trip or holiday are; how do I make this memorable, and…

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    Note from Bahir Dar: The Land of Natural Beauties.

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    People always talk about the beautiful Lake Tana, the wild palm tree-lined street that has earned Bahir Dar the tag…

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    Best of Zanzibar Hotels

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    Few places on earth evoke emotions and feelings of awe like Zanzibar. From the pristine beaches to the unspoilt coral…

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    Afro Tourism Newsletter Subscriber Wins Big!

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    In keeping up with its tradition of excellence, Afro Tourism embarked on a rewards campaign to its loyal newsletter subscribers…

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    #NoToXenophobia: C.E.O South African Tourism Condemns Attacks

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    Following various xenophobic attacks in South Africa, the Chief Executive Officer of South African Tourism Thulani Nzima has condemned the…

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    City Icon: Maria Mutola (Maputo Express)

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    Referred to as the ‘Maputo Express’ in the world of sports, former world and Olympic champion Maria Mutola is regarded…

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    10 Reasons To Visit Maputo

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    Maputo is back! Not that it was ever out of the map, but it lost its glitter before 1992 no…

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    Travel Tips: A Lady’s Travel Guide

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    Whether you are traveling just few miles from home, or far away by road, train or air; even if you…

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    Travel? Tourism? Jovago.com and Afro Tourism Team Up To Bring You More!

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    Jovago.com Africa’s largest online hotel booking platform has partnered with Nigeria’s foremost social metro network, Afro Tourism, to provide a white…

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    FOODIE DESTINATION: Arroz Com Mariscos; a Maputo/Mozambican Seafood Extravaganza

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    Mozambique is located on the east coast of Southern Africa and happens to share it’s shores with the Indian ocean.…

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    Madagascar – A Naturalist’s Promised Land In Only Six Days

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    If I say Madagascar – do you say Lemur? This seems to be the one thing that everybody knows about…

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    City Icon: Iyanya

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    Calabar, the capital of Cross Rivers state, Nigeria, has a global reputation for beauty, serenity and tourism. But that’s not…

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    Observe Good Friday in real Cape Town style

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    Good Friday (3 April 2015) is one of the most important days in the Christian almanac, and is a national…

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    How to Enjoy Living in Calabar After Your Vacation

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    As one of Nigeria’s major tourists’ hotspots, Calabar prides itself in its amazing attractions such as the Marina Resort, Drill…

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    OBUDU CATTLE RANCH: A COMPLETE TOURIST GUIDE

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    Obudu Mountain Resort formerly known as Obudu Cattle Ranch is a tourist attraction centre located in Obanliku Local Government Area…

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    UNESCO World Heritage : Le Morne Cultural Landscape, Mauritius

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    Close your eyes for a minute and let’s travel back in time. It’s 1795 in Mauritius. This was the era…

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    Recipe Wednesday: Lima Beans with Tripes Curry – Mauritian cuisine

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    Welcome to today’s Recipe Wednesday. We hope you have enjoyed (and tried some of) our recipes so far. This week…

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    5 Reasons to Visit Mauritius

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    Friendly people If the stunning scenery lures you to Mauritius, then the people undoubtedly make you stay, the wonderful hospitality…

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    SPOTLIGHT ON: Thaipoosam Cavadee, Mauritius

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    Mauritius is a multicultural melting pot, with a curious blend of Indian, Chinese, British, French, and African influences. Peaceful coexistence…

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    Tens of thousands of Americans to visit Brazzaville for 2015 All-Africa Games

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    Americans by the thousands will be joining others from around the world at the 2015 All-Africa Games in Brazzaville, Republic…

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    Destination Spotlight – Livingstone Zambia

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    Some call it the tourist capital of Zambia, others call it the adrenaline capital of Africa. Whichever one you go…

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    I Heart My City : Helen’s Livingstone

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    Helen Davies may hail from the United Kingdom, but after an extended solo journey around Africa in her 20s, she fell…

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