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Zanzibar: Beyond a Luxury Destination/Economic Growth Facilitated by Cross-culturalism

The pulse of Zanzibar’s economy has always been tourism. However, peel back the layers and unravel a melting pot of cultures that.

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Focus on Mauritius: Tourist sites and investments Opportunities

Years back, when famous author Mark Twain wrote that “God created Mauritius first as an inspiration to create the paradise”, so many.

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Economy Tourism Inspired Economic Growth – The Story of Mauritius

Beyond description, Mauritius is breathtaking, rich in stunning white sand beaches, magnificent crystal clear turquoise lagoons, natural waterfalls, unusual animals, rugged mountains,.

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Africa: Rwanda Bags Two Awards for Tourism Sustainability and Innovation

Rwanda has scooped two Africa Travel and Tourism Leadership Awards for advocating tourism sustainability and innovation in business tourism in Africa. The.

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Gambia: A Survey of Improved Tourism Infrastructure

Gambia is one of the most attractive destinations in the West African region and always comes invaluable as a tourist delight anytime..

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Egypt Launches Creative Films to Promote Its Tourism Sector

The Egyptian Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities has launched two new promotional films on tourism across important electronic platforms on social media.

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Kenyans Urged to Support Economy with Local Tourism

Citizens of Kenya have been called upon to utilize local tourism to help revive the economy, especially due to the COVID-19 pandemic..

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What Tourists Could be Missing in Kenya

Kenya is widely known for its wildlife reserves. This constitutes a significant part of the country’s foreign exchange through tourist attractions. The.

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Seychelles: UNDP to Speed up Climate Change Projects, Boost Sustainable Development Goals

· UN appoints a news Resident Representative and Resident Coordinator for Seychelles · UN pledges to support Seychelles on climate change and.

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