Josephine Wawira on 30th Sep

Tweet A recent report by the World Economic Forum: ‘What will travel look like in 2030?’, international tourist arrivals are forecast to reach 1.8 billion by 2030, from 1.2 billion in 2015. The report rates the travel and tourism industry as one of the fastest growing economic sectors in the world; as it embraces diversification in its various...

Josephine Wawira
MaraviPost on 18th Sep

Tweet The travel industry market requirements are changing at a significantly high rate, due to the shift in traveler preferences...

Visa in Africa for African Travelers
Josephine Wawira on 10th Sep

Tweet Africa is increasingly moving towards achieving part of its African Union’s Agenda 2063, which envisions the abolishment...

Marble Tower
Josephine Wawira on 06th Sep

Tweet Africa is literally moving upwards, with buildings being erected every passing day. Interesting to note, some of...

Food Plate Arrangement
MaraviPost on 26th Aug

Tweet The restaurant industry keeps evolving day after day, especially with the rise of millennials who will fore-go the...

South African Wine
MaraviPost on 19th Aug

Tweet The mention of wine for many, brings a lot of imaginations especially those of luxury, vineyards, dining and wining....

MaraviPost on 13th Aug

Tweet There was  relief in Ntchisi the area of Traditional Authority Kalumo on Friday morning as the Malawi police in conjunction with the Nkhotakota game rangers hunted and killed an elephant which was suspected of killing people in Ntchisi and Dowa districts. ...

Africa Tourism
Josephine Wawira on 12th Aug

Tweet For a long time, Africans have perceived traveling as non essential especially within the continent thus only reserved...

Travel to fight Depression
Josephine Wawira on 11th Aug

Tweet In simple words, the term Medical tourism means the act of traveling to another country in search of better, affordable...

Josephine Wawira on 22nd Jul

Tweet The number of celebrities from every corner of the world; young, old, male and female have significantly risen in...