Tourism News

Indaba commits to Durban in May for another five years

Tourism KwaZulu-Natal has been named as the successful bidder to host Indaba for the next five years. This was announced by President Jacob Zuma during...

Graskop set to get a new tourist attraction

Construction work is underway for a panoramic glass lift in Graskop, Mpumalanga. The lift will transport tourists 51 metres, down to the bottom of Graskop...

Rhinos return to Rwanda after 10-year absence

Eastern black rhinos are coming back to Rwanda after the last individual was documented in the country 10 years ago. African Parks in collaboration...

Botswana hit by unexpected tourism levy

Botswana Tourism has announced that a new US$30 levy will been introduced by the Ministry of Environment Natural Resources’ Conservation and Tourism from June...

Poaching and budget crises spur dehorning move in Africa’s “rhino conservation...

By Tony Carnie It would have been unthinkable just a few years ago that rhinos would be dehorned for their own protection in a park...

iSimangaliso completes R2.3m Forest Loop

A new 2km Forest Loop has been completed on the Eastern Shores section of the iSimangaliso Wetland Park, which now boasts five ecologically distinct...
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