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Travel spend could increase by 27%

Research conducted by the Sabre Corporation has revealed that spend among African travelers could increase by 27% over the next year if they were able to move more freely within the continent, and if travel pain-points were addressed. More than 5,000 people across Kenya, Nigeria and South Africa were asked whether they had traveled by

Protecting Wildlife and Wilderness

MWCT funds and operates an array of conservation programs aimed at protecting wilderness and wildlife here in East Africa. Our success comes from promoting sustainable economic benefits to the local Maasai community, thereby encouraging their active participation as stewards of our critical ecosystem here in the Chyulu Hills of Kenya. Conservation programs include wildlife research &

Nurturing environmental stewards

Thursday the 21st of March was the #InternationalDayofForests. Much attention has been given to the loss of forest cover across Kenya and the rest of the continent, but lesser attention to lasting solutions. This year, we decided to mark the day by influencing young minds at Lewa Downs Primary School, next to Lewa’s boundary, on

Africa to dominate the landscape

When it comes to growth relating to where travellers want to spend their holidays in 2020 and beyond, Africa will remain the world’s top performer. The global tourism industry has been growing in leaps and bounds, accounting for 1.4 billion travellers in 2018, the 2019 International Tourism Highlights report by the United Nations’ World Tourism

Kenya Airways adds two flights to Cape Town

Cape Town Air Access (CTAA) – a partnership between the Western Cape Government, the City of Cape Town, Cape Town Tourism, Wesgro, South African Tourism and Airports Company South Africa, as well as private sector partners – has announced the addition of two direct flights to the weekly Cape Town-Nairobi service, operated by Kenya Airways.