As an attempt to protect the environment and reduce pollution, Tanzania introduces a ban on the use of single-use plastic bags. Tanzania will be one of the 60 other countries that have banned, partly banned or taxed single-use plastic bags, including China, France, Kenya, Rwanda and Italy. With Effect from 01 June 2019, all passengers

For visitors planning to visit Tanzania, your worries for going through the visa application process are now over. Tanzania Immigration Services have just announced the launch of Electronic Visa and Residence permit services for Foreign nationals wishing to visit or live in Tanzania. You can now apply for an online Visa to visit the United

Air Tanzania’s new Boeing 787-8 Dreamliner will start flying to Guangzhou in China via Bangkok, Thailand in February next year. Guangzhou is the third largest city in China, after Beijing and Shanghai and one of the world’s oldest and busiest trade hubs. The airline will fly three times a week (Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday), and

Desert & Delta Safaris has announced that it now offers permanent scenic helicopter flights at Camp Okavango and Xugana Island Lodge. Walter Smith, Desert & Delta Marketing Director, says: “Having a helicopter at the camp means that scenic flights will be more affordable for a memorable addition to your travellers safari in Botswana. Seeing the Okavango

  Durban – The first direct, non-stop flight, between London’s Heathrow Airport and King Shaka International, took place on Tuesday morning to much fanfare where the first passengers were greeted on the tarmac by the Mayor of Durban and the MEC for Economic Development, Tourism and Environmental Affairs. The new British Airways Dreamliner 787-7 took

Effective October 30, 2018, Air France, KLM and Joon will change their baggage policy for flights to and from South Africa to Europe in the economy cabin. Economy class passengers will now only be allowed one piece of luggage with a maximum weight of 23kg. All tickets issued before October 30, will still be entitled

High Tea at Table Mountain Cableway in Cape Town, South Africa The Table Mountain Cableway in Cape Town has now introduced a brand new experience for the visitors, the Very High Tea. Hosted in the Wi-Fi Lounge, at the summit of Table Mountain, offering panoramic views of the City and its surroundings, guests are invited

How to be travel ready for your African Safari and what preventive health measures to take If you are a safari first-timer or wannabe safari goer, you will most likely want to be on the right side of preventive health measures to make the most of your safari holiday. This is because safari destinations are

The Zambezi River has always attracted adventurers for the outstanding beauty and the sheer magnitude of its waterfalls, intersections and shore life. This September I gave in to a long-time urge to visit the legendary Victoria Falls and the magnificent wildlife reserves. I flew into Jomo Kenyatta International Airport, Nairobi, from where I boarded another 3-hour

October is known as the “Suicide month” for travel to Botswana due to the extreme heat. However, if you are a die-hard wildlife enthusiast like me, you will not let this deter you. Despite the heat, October is the best month for wildlife viewing as the arid terrain forces the game to head towards the