All I was told was that we had to get up REALLY early one morning, it would still be dark and a massive adventure awaited. My travel companion was up to something, he had a surprise up his sleeve and was bursting with excitement, but I had no idea what it was. As we drove

Now more than ever before, many of us are longing to return to nature, to take a deep breath and come back to a more grounded place. Isolation, social distancing, quarantine, and travel bans have left a lot of us with a collective sense of disconnection and unease. One thing is for certain; we have

The World Health Organization declared the COVID19 outbreak a Public Health Emergency on 31st of January and a Pandemic on 11th of March 2020. This has since affected the Travel Industry causing disruptions due to travel bans in many countries and restrictions on Flight operations. In response to the travel restrictions, our suppliers and partners

We were delighted upon receiving the Zimbabwe Tourism Board’s invitation to attend the Sanganai/ Hlunganagi Travel Expo held in Bulawayo and explore the Country. Our group was a mix of Tour operators and Journalists. We all met at London Gatwick Airport and checked in for our RwandAir flight to Harare’s Robert Gabriel Mugabe International Airport

Kilimanjaro International Airport, Tanzania has changed the process of issuing visas on arrival with immediate effect as of 14th of August 2019. Clients arriving in Kilimanjaro without a visa now need to complete the following process: Queue for a Government Control Number Queue to pay for this at the bank Queue for Immigration to check

The Zimbabwean Government passed legislation on the 24th of June, that the Zimbabwe Dollar (existing bond notes – no new physical currency at this time) is the only legal form of currency that may be used in Zimbabwe for day to day transactions. A Statutory instrument has been passed that there will be no trading (shops, restaurants) in USD or

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