#VoyagesAfriq African Tourism News Updates

Meet Speakers at Africa’s Travel and Tourism Summit
The maiden Africa Tourism Summit has assembled some of the finest brains in the African tourism industry for this year’s event scheduled to take place in three cities: Johannesburg, Durban and Lagos form September 19-21, 2021.The speaker lineup is a stellar group of international specialists and a blend of industry veterans and young dynamic individuals making waves in their respective fields. Register here
Africa Tourism Summit to empower future Pioneers of a New Tourism Sector
Africa’s Travel and Tourism Summit is just 24 hours from now and it promises to be the continent’s most exciting gathering of tourism stakeholders yet. There is no better way to kick-start the event than by dedicating a day to empower Future Pioneers and Game Changers in the tourism sector.Register here
40 Topics, Two Days, One Continent – The Journey to Re-Awakening
This Africa Tourism Summit is a deliberate mix of information sharing, tactical “how to” guides and international best practices in this post-pandemic environment. It is targeted at people in the tourism sector, business and leisure product owners, buyers, associations and people who have a general interest in the tourism sector as a whole.Book your Meetings here
WorldTourismDay: Jamboree greets Caravan Stops in Ivorien Towns
A fiesta and a rousing atmosphere received the World Tourism Day Caravan in dozen Ivorien cities ahead of tourism’s big day to be celebrated in Cote d’ivoire’s capital of Abidjan. Led by the Country’s Minister of Tourism and Leisure Siandou Fofana, the caravan launched as part of prelude activities of this year’s global celebrations of the World Tourism Day to be hosted by the West African country. Read More
New WTTC Report provides vital Investment Recommendations
The World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) launched today an important new report that provides investment recommendations for governments and destinations, as they aim to rebuild and grow their Travel & Tourism sector.With the pandemic bringing international travel to an almost complete halt, the global Travel & Tourism sector suffered more than any other due to severe mobility restrictions. Read More here
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Virtual Magical Kenya Travel Expo 2021 is Live
Kenya Tourism Board is excited to present a special edition of Magical Kenya Travel Expo this year. We will transport Magical Kenya directly into the offices and homes of our travel trade around the world in a revolutionary new way, embracing our new virtual world. Your meetings will be pre-scheduled and you can enjoy some really cool activities online. Register here
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United Airlines Announces the start of Lagos Services
This week United Airlines filed flights between Lagos, Nigeria and Washington Dulles from November 29, 2021. Initially, these flights were announced in September 2020, with a scheduled launch date in the Spring of 2021. However, United Airlines received Nigerian government approval for the route to the Nigerian capital recently.. Read more here
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Tour Operators Union of Ghana donates to Orphanage in the Volta Region
Tour Operators Union of Ghana (TOUGHA) have a made a donation to the Volta Home at Ve Deme. The donation comprised detergents, sanitizers, nose masks, clothing items and an undisclosed amount of money and it was part of the union’s familiarization tour of the Volta and Oti Regions.President of TOUGHA, Mrs. Alisa Osei-Asamoah said the union felt the need to extend a helping hand to the less privileged in the community they were visiting, hence the gesture. Read morehere
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