Tourism

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Preparing for the Day of the Dead

As Mexicans get ready to celebrate Día de Muertos, or the Day of the Dead, parades and processions...

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Famous Kenyan Park Closes after Tragedy

 At least six people have been killed and one person is missing in Kenya after flash floods at...

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Walk a Mile in an African Slave’s Shoes

This month marks 400 years since the first recorded African slaves arrived in North America to work plantations...

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Somalia’s Tourism Blossoms on Popular Beach

Few restaurateurs consider the threat of piracy in their plans but Abdulkadir Mohamed did so for his La...

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The Worshippers of the Valley of the Dawn

Nymphs, female devotees of the Vale do Amanhecer religious community, pray during their biggest ceremony of the year...

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UGANDA AIRLINES: First Carrier to Operate the New CRJ-series Atmosphere Cabin in Africa

Uganda's President Yoweri Museveni has received two Bombardier CRJ900 jets from Canada at Entebbe International Airport. The arrival...

Tourism: Lagos economy records over N50bn cash transactions in December

For the second year in a row, the Lagos State economy received a major, unprecedented boost in the...

One Location, Two Ways: Cartagena, Colombia Makes The Perfect Girls Trip Or Socially-Conscious Solo Adventure

Cartagena, an inviting port city on Colombia’s Caribbean coast, is as colorful and vibrant as you might imagine,...

Top 6 places in Mali that must be on your travel bucket list

Mali is celebrating 58 years since it gained independence from France on this day in 1960. The eighth-largest...

Snow in Asante Sana reserve in Eastern Cape –SOUTH AFRICA

A giraffe between snow-covered trees in the Eastern Cape. Image: Twitter They are normally pictured strolling across the...