Africa Travel Week

CATCH-UP: The future of business events: 2021 and beyond

The role of business events as networking and lead generating opportunities will always be a box-ticker for brands. When we look at the event and exhibition landscape right now, with Covid-19 protocols putting...

Six ways you can help domestic tourism rescue Africa

Industry experts agree that domestic tourism is our hope, that shining light at the end of the tunnel. But, with hopes pinned on domestic, and regional, tourism, is it enough? Can domestic tourism rescue the...

The Art of Travel: The Rise of Contemporary African Art and Design

Typically, African art is always associated with wooden masks, stone and bronze sculptures and traditional textiles – but there is so much more to discover – and potentially incorporate into your guest...

What does the future hold for group travel?

At the end of 2019, the group travel sector was flourishing. The formula was a winning one – provide travellers with the chance to meet likeminded people while experiencing new destinations. And then...

Top Africa Travel Week panels to be shared on demand

The bumper Africa Travel Week Content Programme, featured over the three-day virtual event this week, will be available on demand for viewing on ATW virtual until 9 May, with selected sessions added to ATW...

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Armchair Travel

Wild Horizons

Wild Horizons is the top adventure and activity tour operator in Victoria Falls with a portfolio including accommodation, ground handling, activities and the acclaimed restaurant, The Lookout Cafe. Products include: The...

Adviser Travel & Tourism

Adviser Travel & Tourism was set up more than 10 years ago and has served more than 200 000 tourists from different countries of Europe and all over the world. Adviser Travel & Tourism is a Destination...

Missing Italia

Every journey starts with a dream Missing Italia is an Incoming Tour Operator and DMC and their job is to make you dream. Since 2004 through the diligence and past experiences of Antonella, Cristina, Katia, Michela and...