Cape Town’s Mount Nelson, one of the most famous and successful luxury hotels in the world renown for hosting royals, celebs and other notables, is undergoing yet another transformation. As part of the hotel’s continuing efforts to appeal to modern sophisticates, the five-star Orient-Express African landmark will undergo a fashionable culinary facelift this fall,, Read More
NEW YORK (November 19, 2003) – Conservation Corporation Africa’s Phinda Private Game Reserve was named as the recipient of the esteemed Phoenix Award by the Society of American Travel Writers (SATW). The award was announced on November 10 at the annual SATW convention held this year in Orlando, Florida.
IIPT announced today that Rt. Hon. Frederick T. Sumaye, MP, Prime Minister of the United Republic of Tanzania, will be the Keynote Speaker at the Second IIPT African Conference on Peace through Tourism being held in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania, December 7-12, 2003. The conference is being organized by the International Institute for Peace, Read More
“Community Tourism – Gateway to Poverty Reduction” will be the theme of the IIPT Second African Conference on Peace through Tourism in Dar es Salaam, December 7-12, 2003. The formal announcement was made at a special presentation by the International Institute for Peace Through Tourism (IIPT) on Monday, November 10, in the Central Feature, Read More
IIPT and the Africa Travel Association (ATA) are proud to announce that the Corporate Council on Africa (CCA) has joined with us as a partner for the IIPT 2nd African Conference on Peace through Tourism. The Conference, being hosted by the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Tanzania, will be held in Dar es, Read More
For the fourth year, Cape Grace has been judged “Best Hotel in Africa” by the readers of CondÈ Nast Traveler. The results of the magazineís annual Readers’ Choice Awards were announced at a gala event on Thursday night at New York’s Guggenheim Museum and are contained in the November 2003 issue.