Monthly Archives: September 2016

Destination Of The Week; Queen Elizabeth National Park

The trips celebrating #UgTravelMonth are just a few days away and what best way to start off with knowledge of where  we will be headed to? The trips are going to last throughout the month of October, with every weekend … Read More

3BaysOver Introduces First Student Ambassador

3BaysOver has marked the World Tourism Day by rolling out a tourism schools program and naming their first student ambassador. This move now opens opportunities for more students and schools to join the platform free of charge. Here are details … Read More

Celebrating World Tourism Day In Uganda

“Ever since its inception, World Tourism Day is celebrated on 27 September to foster awareness among the international community of the importance of tourism and its social, cultural, political and economic value. As the official day set aside in the … Read More

Voluntourism: Seven Guides to Ensuring It’s Worth the Sacrifice

Day in day out, the travel industry continues to evolve; birthing and nurturing good and evil, beautiful and ugly in equal measures. Among the growing trends travel advisors at Jumia Travel are observing is the increasing number of travelers who … Read More

Africa’s Top Busiest Airports

When it comes to air travel, Africa is growing very fast and having some of the top tourist destinations in the world means that there will be tourists flocking in throughout the year; and this will keep the airports very … Read More

African Visa Information Across Africa For Africans

Tech Savvy; Best Offline Apps for Major Travel Pain Points

Once you pick your rucksack and set off on your voyage, there is a chance of finding yourself with limited or non-existing internet connection from time to time. This can be a headache, especially in this era where every last … Read More

When The Wanderlust Hits You

Hello, my name is Cecile and I am addicted to traveling. It does sound silly when you say it out loud, “addicted to traveling” and one might scoff it off as one of those millennial problems that youths come up … Read More