Africa news: Seeking a place at the table in culinary travel

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April 28, 2017
Africa seeks its place at the table with culinary travel
Although the destination is not necessarily top of mind with food enthusiasts, it should not be overlooked.
SAA Vacations launches family package
The air-inclusive Family, Culture and Safari plan includes three nights in Johannesburg, two nights in Sun City and three nights in Pilanesberg National Park.
South African Air, Hawaiian enter interlining pact
The partnership will enable flyers to make convenient connections on a single ticket between Honolulu and over 75 destinations in Africa via New York JFK.
Glass elevator will take guests to bottom of gorge near Kruger
Visitors will be transported roughly 170 feet to the bottom of South Africa’s Graskop Gorge, into a pristine forest environment.
Visa on arrival now available in Mozambique
The visas comes at a cost of $50 (U.S.) and is valid for 30 days.
New LCC option from Germany to S. Africa
EuroWings’ service from Cologne/Bonn to Cape Town begins Nov. 5.
RwandAir to launch London flights
Flights to Gatwick Airport from Kigali will take place three times weekly starting May 26.
Mpumalanga: Kruger and then some
Historical gold-mining towns, exhilarating gorge swings and a view from God’s Window await visitors who venture out into the region beyond the renowned national park.
The 11th annual
Travel Editors Roundtable
This year, editors of top consumer travel publications focused their attention on a wide variety of industry topics, including the impact of politics and technology, plus new industry trends.
AFRICA Editor:
Dorine Reinstein
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