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Five safari destinations for first-time travellers
Five safari destinations for first-time travellers

Safaris promise unique cultural encounters, captivating wildlife adventure, and spectacular scenery. Here are five of the best safari destinations for first-time travellers:

By Jarred Manasse 14 Mar 2017

Ten reasons why you should visit the Mashatu Game Reserve
Ten reasons why you should visit the Mashatu Game Reserve

Mashatu Game Reserve comprises of 29,00 hectares of privately owned land in the conserved wilderness area known as the Northern Tuli Game Reserve

By Jarred Manasse 17 Nov 2016

Fly with the eagles and trot with the elephants
Fly with the eagles and trot with the elephants

Combining an aerial safari by private helicopter with a horse-ride through one of the world's last true remaining wildernesses, the excursion offers a new way to explore...

By Brian Berkman 18 Oct 2016

Twelve reasons why you should explore Selinda
Twelve reasons why you should explore Selinda

Home to some of the largest herds of elephant and buffalo left in Southern Africa, Botswana's Selinda is a moody wilderness and one of the best places to see the African wild dog...

By Jarred Manasse 11 Oct 2016

Ten reasons why you should explore the Makgadikgadi Pans
Ten reasons why you should explore the Makgadikgadi Pans

For the majority of the year, the Makgadikgadi Pans is extremely desolate, waterless and arid. However, during the wet season, Makgadigadi offers excellent wildlife viewing...

By Jarred Manasse 22 Jun 2016

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[Indaba 2011] SA looks to Africa to boost tourism revenues

South Africa, the continent's largest economy and ranked 32nd globally in business tourism, is aggressively marketing its African portfolio to boost tourism numbers and revenues amid a steady increase in spend and visitors coming from Africa, in particular Angola, Zimbabwe and Nigeria.

By Issa Sikiti da Silva 9 May 2011

Issa Sikiti da Silva
[Indaba 2011] SADC countries reiterate unity, shared vision for tourism growth

SADC countries, home to about 280 million people, contribute a modest 2% to the global tourism market despite boasting amazing tourist destinations and having 'solid' marketing strategies in place. RETOSA, a permanent SADC body tasked to develop tourism in the region through effective marketing, met in Durban, South Africa, during the 2011 Tourism Indaba to plot the way forward in removing barriers hampering tourism growth and development in the region.

By Issa Sikiti da Silva 9 May 2011

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