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Pack peace of mind - The new ATOL Certificate

This is the Civil Aviation’s website launching the new ATOL Certificate which Tour Operators are legally required to provide to those booking any licensable holiday including flights. Link here... Read More

Gorilla permits set to rise by 50%?

The Rwanda Development Board has confirmed that gorilla permits are to rise by a whopping 50% from 01st June 2012 to US$750.00 per permit. Before June, permits purchased in full for trekking prior to 31... Read More

August rains and bewildered wildebeest

Four days of good August rain in Kenya’s Masai Mara has recently caused havoc amongst the migrating wildebeest herds as they struggle to decide on which side of the river the grass is greener. Constant... Read More

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16 additional gorilla permits now available in Rwanda for August and September 2011

Due to the high demand for gorilla permits over the forthcoming months, the Rwanda Development Board and ORTPN (National Parks department) have added two further gorilla families which can be visited,... Read More

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The Sudd, South Sudan’s own Okavango?

Congratulations to South Sudan, Africa’s youngest nation. After years of civil war, South Sudan finally got independence last Saturday and with it, the chance to open up for tourism. The Sudd, a... Read More

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Uganda Wildlife Department reduces gorilla permit fees

The Uganda Authorities announced recently a US$150.00 reduction to the cost of gorilla permits for those travelling during the months of March, April, May, October and November. Permits will now cost US$350.00... Read More

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British Airways and UNITE strike a deal

Good news this week is that British Airways and the UNITE union have struck a deal which will end the long running industrial dispute which has caused so much inconvenience over the last few years. Back... Read More

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