Monthly Archives: October 2016

Jinja,The Cradle Of All Thrills.

There is always a great place in Uganda, a place where people travel from miles just to experience what it has to offer. Here places are full of  magnificent natural wonders where you will fall in love at first sight … Read More

Dealing With Traveler’s Remorse

Travel is surely a fun experience. People travel for so many reasons no matter what cause the travel adventure is inevitable. Travel always come with learning new language, culture  and ample experiences. It’s a sad reality that not many people … Read More

Five Out of Town Breaks for Mashujaa Day

Mashujaa Day, as the Swahili word connotes is a day set aside to celebrate Kenyan Heroes whose resilient fight and sacrifice led to the country’s independence from colonialists. The day, which was referred to as Kenyatta Day before the promulgation … Read More

Is The Star System Still Vital For Hotels

A regular traveler who has been to several hotels around the world’s popular cities can easily tell you the difference between the standards and star rating of a hotel. Yet the question is, is the star rating still as relevant … Read More

Jumia Travel launches new Web Extranet for hotel managers

Jumia Travel, Africa’s leading online hotel-booking company, has officially launched the web version of the Extranet App, an application that aims to give more flexibility and independence to hotel managers. Kampala, 11th October, 2016 – Jumia Travel is seeking to … Read More

EatOut & Facebook host Social Media seminar for restaurant partners

EatOut and Facebook joined forces on Wednesday 5th October 2016, to host a free social Media workshop for restaurant owners and managers in Nairobi. The half day event which took place at the newly opened Metta collaborative workspace at 14 … Read More

Six Aspects of Accessible And Friendly Hotels

This year, we celebrated the World Tourism Day (marked every 27th September) by pushing for inclusion and equality for travelers and tourists with special needs such as those with difficulties in mobility and visibility, children and senior citizens who may … Read More

Celebrating Customer Service Week; 5 Ways Corporates can Become Service Champions

A customer or your clientele base no doubt forms the core of your business; be it in the service or goods market, the experience that you offer your customers can either make or break your business. Celebrated every year since … Read More