By Apolinari Tairo – eTN Tanzania Hidden in thick forests, mysterious caves are yet, the other tourist attractions in Southern Tanzania, not yet explored, but rich with exciting Cave Safaris under the earth surface. Walking safaris through trails inside the natural caves, frequent encounters with nocturnal creatures could be an exciting safari of a, Read More

New York – December 15, 2017: The Angama Foundation, the charity arm of the luxury safari lodge Angama Mara, is proud to announce the launch of an exciting photography competition, The Greatest Maasai Mara Photographer of the Year. The focus of the competition is to profile the Mara Triangle as a 12-month wildlife destination through beautiful imagery,, Read More

IRIS MISSION AFRICA is a not-for-profit organization whose main aim is to fight poverty, unemployment and other social injustices in our society especially among youths through art, photography and film. Background Having started in Uganda at a time where hand-outs in form of food, clothes and medication were the order of the day, we, Read More

By Gilbert Mwijuke, eTN Rwanda: Gilbert Mwijuke, eTN Rwanda: Red Rocks Cultural Centre has stepped up efforts to raise awareness about the significance of the Virunga Massif – home to the endangered mountain gorillas – a move that aims to promote sustainable tourism, conservation and community development. By engaging local communities around the Volcanoes, Mgahinga, Read More

by Juergen Steinmetz, eTN: Senior Zimbabwe government officials who wanted to remain anonymous told eTN this morning the situation in Harare was tense and dangerous. The same officials now told eTN two hours later: “The situation is safe, but the army has taken over. All is quiet, I am at work. We are all waiting, Read More

IRIS MISSION AFRICA is a not-for-profit organization whose main aim is to fight poverty, unemployment and other social injustices in our society especially among youths through art, photography and film. BACKGROUND Having started in Uganda at a time where hand-outs in form of food, clothes and medication were the order of the day, it, Read More

Situated at the geographic heart of the African continent, Uganda has long been a cultural melting pot. Its many indigenous languages, more than 50 distinct ethnic groups, and an equally diverse mosaic of music, art, and handicrafts provide a captivating opportunity for visitors to get to know the country and its people first-hand. Many, Read More

ETN: Rwanda is an agro-based country, and more than 80 percent of its population live in villages. Most of them are poor. The majority of these people only have their homestead, and they only have agriculture to invest in. Red Rocks Self Help has identified key areas through which this vast majority of people, Read More

By Apolinari Tairo – eTN Tanzania Popularly known as Pride of Africa, the Rovos Rail tourist luxury train left Tanzania’s commercial city of Dar es Salaam to Cape Town at mid-day on Tuesday, snaking through amazing Tanzania and Zambia Railway line to Cape Town at the tip of the African continent. The train, Pride, Read More

Addis Ababa (Ethiopia) – May 22, 2017 (travelindex.com) – The African Union sent a letter to Seychelles, advising it will face Sanctions if Mr Alain St. Ange candidacy for the position of Secretary-Genreal of the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) is not withdrawn. Seychelles’ former minister for tourism, Mr Alain St. Ange, whose candidacy for, Read More