Atta – African Travel and Tourism Association – News Summary

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Dear ATC Readers,

Please find below this week’s summary of the Atta members news featuring news from across the African continent and beyond.

Atta Members Weekly News Summary

Uganda hosts 4th continental accountants congress
Uganda Tourism Board
Uganda is hosting the 4th African Congress of Accountants from 2-5 May at the Speke Resort Munyonyo in Kampala. Read More

On Foot in North Luangwa
Africa Geographic
On Foot in North Luangwa. Read More


Looking out for Communities and Wildlife
Africa Geographic
Looking out for Communities and Wildlife Read More


Cyber & Privacy Risk
Tasker and Partners
Those of us who have been around for a few years will typically recall that the primary form of security used to protect our businesses was almost exclusively  physical not so long ago, and would normally include good quality locks, alarms, CCTV, flood prevention measures and the like. Read More


ResRequest and Expedia are now connected
ResRequest
We have some exciting news! Expedia, the world’s largest online travel company, now has a connection to ResRequest. Read More


Community & Conservation Highlights
The Safari Collection
At The Safari Collection we are proud to support a wide variety of conservation and community initiatives at each of our four properties in Kenya. Read More


Celebrating Cheetahs: Beauty in Perfection
Africa Geographic
Celebrating Cheetahs Read More


Madikwe Moments
Africa Geographic
Madikwe Moments Read More


Safarilink New Route to Zanzibar
Botswana Tourism Organisation
Safarilink is delighted to announce a further expansion to its route network: a four times a week service to Zanzibar from 01 July 2017. Read More


No price increase for gorilla tours in Uganda
Uganda Tourism Board
The Uganda Government has confirmed that it will maintain the fee for mountain gorilla trekking and promises there will be no price increase in Uganda. Read More


Sanctuary Retreats Starts Rhino Monitoring Project in Botswana
Sanctuary Retreats
Following on from Sanctuary Retreats’ involvement in the successful translocation of a substantial number of black and white rhino to the Moremi Reserve in Botswana, they have now started work to monitor this growing rhino population. Read More


Cheetah to Liwonde
Ulendo Safaris
The long wait is finally over, after months of planning the cheetahs have landed safely in Liwonde National Park. Read More


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