Africa: How Rwanda Private sector grew Tourism revenue from $26M to $300M in 8 years

Over the years, Rwanda’s tourism sector has recorded a significant growth and this is because there have been a number of initiatives put in place to realize the potential of this unique and powerful sector. Rwanda’s journey of development has seen the government position tourism as one of the priority sectors that cannot only contribute a lot towards the national […]

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Tourism: Uganda Gears Up For Maiden African Birding Expo

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To say they are just birds is an understatement. The texture and color of their plumage is mesmerizing. It is done with such perfection. When they open their tender lips to sing, out comes a mix of daunting and soothing melodies that effortlessly rejuvenate our six senses. At the realization that we are having a long day, they never hesitate […]

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Russians are interested in West Africa tourism but fears remain

West Africa tourism destinations remain largely untapped for the huge number of potential Russian tourists whose incomes have steadily grown over the past few years and have shown high interest in touring different parts of the world. In terms of tourism, the region still remains relatively unknown, primarily due to inadequate information and lack of publicity. Some say the media […]

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Expected Benefit of President’s Museveni’s Visit To Uganda National Parks

By Abiaz Rwamwiri President Museveni has taken off time from his busy schedules to visit two National Parks (Semliki and Queen Elizabeth National Parks). This was during his peace mission in Rwenzururu and Budibugyo where the two sub-tribes of Bamba and Bakonjo have been in engaged in tribal wars that have claimed lives of more than 40 people. Social media […]

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