Baklava in Greece, injera in Ethiopia and bunny chows in Durban. There’s nothing like sampling a place’s food and drinks to create lasting memories of our travels. We go to restaurants, wineries and markets to find out what the locals love to eat, drink and celebrate with. And those of us who are among the
An incredible one-third of tourism organizations (or 28 out of 75 to be exact) longlisted for the 2016 World Responsible Tourism Awards can be found in Africa! Fittingly, the longlist was announced on #AfricaDay2016.
A conservancy that truly and remarkably brings together community and wildlife conservation to make better places to live in and great places to visit was announced Overall Winner this afternoon at the African Responsible Tourism Awards 2016 in Cape Town, sponsored by Wesgro. In a special ceremony at World Travel Market Africa, Mara Naboisho Conservancy
A lodge set in the Ethiopian Highlands, two national tourism ministries, and a beach safety organisation that protects both sharks and people are among the organisations selected as finalists for the African Responsible Tourism Awards 2016, sponsored by Wesgro and organised by Better Tourism Africa. But who will take the top spot?
This competition is now closed. Marine Dynamics was announced as the winner of the People’s Choice Award for the 2016 African Responsible Tourism Awards. The winner of the digital subscription will be announced soon.
African Responsible Tourism Awards 2016 at WTM Africa reap bountiful harvest We are delighted to announce the official Longlist for the African Responsible Tourism Awards 2016! The competition for the 2016 African Responsible Tourism Awards at Word Travel Market (WTM) Africa has started in earnest as the long list of organisations vying for the
The Kingdom of Morocco has long been committed to responsible tourism. It is a foundation of the destination’s Vision 2020, and at the heart of its tourism development strategy. The commitment goes beyond strategy and policy. A Charter for Sustainable Tourism, various guidance documents for tourism businesses, and a “Responsible Traveller” information booklet are but some
"If you don't enter, we can't award you". www.africanresponsibletourismawards.com
Following several requests from the tourism industry, the deadline for entries for the African Responsible Tourism Awards (#ARTA16) has been shifted on by one week. The inaugural African Responsible Tourism Awards, held at in April 2015 during WTM Africa 2015, attracted 183 nominations from 16 African countries. Twelve tourism businesses from Africa were gold and silver winners in the 2015
In September 2015, the 193 countries of the UN General Assembly adopted the 2030 development Agenda titled ‘Transforming our world’. This means leaders have committed to 17 Global Goals to achieve three extraordinary things in the next 15 years. End extreme poverty. Fight inequality & injustice. Fix climate change. The Global Goals for sustainable development “#SDGs” could get these things done.