Articles tagged “mozambique”

Tourism

Mozambique’s Higher Visa Fees Stymie Tourism’s Post-Cyclone Recovery

Already reeling from a spate of natural disasters, a steep hike in visa fees for foreign visitors is the last thing Mozambique’s tourism industry needs right now.

Mozambique’s Higher Visa Fees Stymie Tourism’s Post-Cyclone Recovery

Airlines

Fastjet CEO Quits as Problems Mount

Given the constant drip of bad news coming out of Fastjet since it launched in 2012, it's amazing that the airline is still flying.

Fastjet CEO Quits as Problems Mount

Tourism

Battered Mozambique Tourism Looks Beyond Cyclone Devastation

There’s some hard work ahead to correct public perceptions, but luxury tourism in northern Mozambique should be able to weather the fallout from Cyclone Kenneth. And the local economy needs it now, more than ever.

Battered Mozambique Tourism Looks Beyond Cyclone Devastation

Tourism

Big Game Hunting Tourists Trumpet Their Contributions to African Economies

We found it very hard to get too upset about Cecil, but we think that hunting tourism is a simplistic, narrow-minded practice that appeals to the worst instincts in people and reduces African destinations to outdated cliches.

Big Game Hunting Tourists Trumpet Their Contributions to African Economies

Tourism

Mozambique Wildlife Park Balances Tourism, Growth and the Legacy of War

Hopefully a success story in progress.

Mozambique Wildlife Park Balances Tourism, Growth and the Legacy of War

Tourism

4 Charts Showing Which African Cities Have Greatest Growth Potential

Cities are the future of travel and if Africa wants to expand its offerings beyond safaris, beaches or Ancient Egyptian temples, it'll need to build its cities as gateways that travelers feel comfortable and excited about visiting.

4 Charts Showing Which African Cities Have Greatest Growth Potential

Tourism

Mozambique Tourism Industry Hopes for 35% Revenue Hike After Elections

Political events have a significant impact on countries' tourism industries due to safety concerns that quickly deter visitors from visiting.

Mozambique Tourism Industry Hopes for 35% Revenue Hike After Elections

Airlines

Authorities Probe Whether Mozambique Airlines Crash Was Deliberate

If the crash was deliberate, and all signs point to that conclusion at this juncture, this crash is especially disturbing.

Airlines

Passenger Plane Between Mozambique and Angola Goes Missing

Tourism

Will hotel development spell the downfall of Quirimbas Archipelago?

The challenge of delivering a consistent experience for visitors is on factor that leads to distinctive destinations like the Quirimbas to transform to suit outsiders. How this remote location meets the challenge will determine its future.

Will hotel development spell the downfall of Quirimbas Archipelago?