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  • SADC Travels: Lake Malawi National Park - World Heritage Site
    If you are planning a safari trip to Southern Africa be sure to consider Lake Malawi National Park, Malawi's spectacular UNESCO World Heritage Site. The park is enveloped by sandy beaches and the granite islands of the Cape Maclear peninsula, located at the southern tip of the lake. The park’s clear waters are populated by hundreds of species of colorful cichlid fish, most of which are native to the lake. The park is home to eco-lodges and traditional fishing villages. Facilities for snorkeling, scuba diving and kayaking are available.  Read more...


  • SADC Travels: Tourism's economic contribution to the region

    August 18, 2017. As one of Africa's largest economic contributors, Travel & Tourism creates jobs, drives exports, and contributes to the sustainable prosperity of the region. The sector has a positive economic impact on local communities, and also encourages the sharing of Africa's colourful, diverse story including the regions social, cultural, environment and heritage treasures.

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  • SADC Travels: Peace Parks Foundation

    The Peace Parks Foundation, headquartered in Stellenbosch, South Africa, is a non-profit organisation founded in 1997 by Dr Anton Rupert together with founding patrons HRH Prince Bernhard of the Netherlands and Nelson Mandela. 

    The Foundation advocates for the creation of transfrontier conservation areas (TFCAs) in Africa (a protected area that spans boundaries of more than one country or sub-national entitity, where the political border sections that are enclosed within its area are abolished), and provides services to these TFCAs such as political support-building, planning, project management, fundraising, and management training. Read more...


  • SADC Travels: Etosha National Park - Nambia's crown
    If you are planning a safari trip to Southern Africa be sure to consider Etosha National Park, Namibia's great wildlife sanctuary, with its unique animal and bird life, and beautiful rest camps and luxury lodges. Read more...


  • Research reveals positive development in the African tourism sector
    June 15, 2017. Tourism News: BizCommunity. According to various stakeholders in attendance at WTM Africa 2017, the continued growth of African tourist arrivals coupled with key performance indicators such as increased airlift and hotel development, are all reasons to invest in the travel economy within Africa. Through the partnership between WTM Africa and Euromonitor International, research divulged at the exhibition showed that key performance indicators revealed positive development in the travel sector of Africa. Read more...