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Uganda Brings African Perspective to MICE

If the just concluded 2019 Akwaaba ATM was a football tournament, Uganda would have been described as the underdog prior to kickoff. Nobody would have given them a chance. But as we all know, underdogs can pull a surprise, and Uganda Tourism Board demonstrated this with a fresh new perspective.

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Delegates who were hoping to see the usually charming South African Tourism exhibition stand at this year’s Akwaaba, were disappointed and utterly so. For obvious reasons, South African Tourism and South African Airways didn’t show up at the 2019 Akwaaba ATM. Fathoming the reason for this unusual development is not rocket science…

Promo 1Trip to Badagry, The Nostalgia and The Superlative Conspiracy

The 15th Akwaaba African Travel Market which held earlier this week, was innovative in more ways than one. Perhaps, the most innovative thing about this year’s edition of the influential travel and tourism show, was the incorporation of the African Diaspora Conference, more than 200 years after the Transatlantic Slave …

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Promo 1 Raising the bar of travel and tourism industry

Akwaaba Africa Travel Market has continued to grow year on year, attracting interest not only from Africa but across the world, with the Caribbean this year having a presence, writes ANDREW IRO OKUNGBOWA who attended the three days travel and tourism trade exhibition. For three days; September 22 – 24; tourism took the centre stage in Nigeria with countries from …

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Dubai Tourism celebrates Wonderful Akwaaba Travel Market Exposure in Nigeria

Dubai’s Department of Tourism and Commerce Marketing (Dubai Tourism) has reported a stellar incline in tourism volumes from Nigeria, Africa’s largest source market for inbound traffic to Dubai, welcoming 113,000 overnight visitors in the first seven months of 2019. With impressive …

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AWA, Brussels Airlines Seal Interline Agreement

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Networking: The Major Tool of Tourism Development

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Kumneger Teketel speaks on Africa Travel 100 Awards for Addis Ababa

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Alain St. Ange makes the “Africa Travel 100 Global Tourism Personalities” list

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Ugandan becomes first black woman to visit all countries in the world

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Royal Mansour Hotel in Marrakech Best in Africa, 6th in the World

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