Asilia Africa has introduced Asilia by Air, a collection of flying safaris across East Africa, designed to be easy to sell and offer clients the best safari experience possible, at great value for money.
Air Tanzania has secured three landing slot pairs for London’s Gatwick Airport, heralding in the news that they will soon be serving London – Kilimanjaro direct!
The much-awaited new terminal at Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania was officially commissioned and opened by president John Joseph Magufuli.
Immersed in the plains of the Serengeti, one is surrounded by an endless savanna; enfolded in abundant grasslands that stretch all the way to the horizon. It is only on higher ground that its vast expanse and undulating landscape can be fully appreciated …
Tanzanian President John Magufuli on Friday ordered the sprawling Selous Game Reserve, a UNESCO World Heritage site, to be split in two to restrict the access of big game hunters. […]
Air travel in Africa has received another boost with the resumption of Air Tanzania’s direct flight route between Dar es Salaam and South Africa’s Johannesburg.
In advocacy of conservation for sustainable development, Tanzania National Parks Authority introduced the first of an annual edition of Awards and recognition of Key contributors to its agenda dubbed “Tanapa Tourism Awards” Tourism is currently the leading contributor to Tanzania’s foreign exchange earnings.
Tanzania hopes to improve international tourism by increasing the number of attractions in the country.
To this end, the government is focusing on upgrading game reserves into fully fledged national parks.
Tanzania is hoping to woo international tourists into its borders by upping the number of tourists’ attractions in the country. This has seen the government focus on upgrading game reserves into fully fledged national parks.