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President Obama concludes his Kenyan visit with the following words "Habari Zenu,...,it is great to be back in Kenya. Thank you so much for this extraordinary welcome. I know it took a few years.... I said I was going to come, and Im here... I am proud to be the first American President to come to Kenya, and of course, I am the first Kenyan American to be the President of the U.S.A, that goes without saying...! and I love you back!" The African Safari Company AB invites all to come and experience the warm hospitality that President Obama has just enjoyed!
The African Safari Company celebrates this milestone for Zanzibar, and proud to be associated with Qatar Airways! QATAR AIRWAYS LANDS IN THE SPICE ISLAND OF ZANZIBAR. ‘Airline of the Year’ expands further in East Africa with the launch of third Tanzanian gateway Five-star airline begins five-times-weekly services connecting Zanzibar to more than 140 global destinations Two additional weekly flights to Zanzibar from 1 October 2015 Qatar Airways launched its second new destination of the year, touching down in the Spice Island of Zanzibar yesterday. Zanzibar is the airline’s third route in Tanzania, following Dar-es-Salaam and Kilimanjaro. Qatar Airways will initially operate five weekly flights to Zanzibar via Kilimanjaro, and commencing 1st October 2015, the airline will offer an additional two weekly flights making it a daily operation. Out of the daily flights from October, passengers will be able to fly non-stop to Zanzibar three-times-a-week and on a linked flight via Kilimanjaro four-times-a-week. Flight QR1355 arrived at Zanzibar International Airport at 16:20 local time and was welcomed by local dignitaries and media. Qatar Airways Chief Commercial Officer Marwan Koleilat who was on the inaugural flight said: “This latest route marks yet another significant milestone for the airline that has spread its international wings to its 20th gateway in Africa and 148th destination globally. “Zanzibar’s attraction as a tourist destination has been steadily growing as more travellers discover its wonderful combination of cultures, and Qatar Airways is delighted to be able to give more people the opportunity to visit this beautiful island with all it has to offer. “By providing a reliable, convenient and award-winning travel experience from Zanzibar, Qatar Airways will provide passengers with the opportunity to travel to Doha and connect onwards to more than 140 worldwide destinations through our new state-of-the-art Hamad International Airport.” Honourable Juma Duni Haji Zanzibar’s Minister of Infrastructure and Communication said: “It is with pleasure and extreme pride that we welcome Qatar Airways to Zanzibar. We are delighted this global airline has chosen Zanzibar as its newest destination in Africa and we look forward to working together with the Qatar Airways team to bring further investment, trade and tourism to our island.” Qatar Airways is operating an Airbus A320 in a two-class configuration on the Zanzibar-Doha route, with 12 seats in Business Class and up to 132 seats in Economy. Each seat on selected flights offers an interactive audio and video entertainment system featuring up to 1,000 options of movies, TV programmes and music channels. In addition, passengers can remain connected with friends, colleagues and family on the ground with an SMS text messaging service using their mobile devices. Qatar Airways’ African portfolio of destinations covers a rich and diverse group of cities that also includes Nairobi, Entebbe, Kigali, Lagos, Johannesburg, Cape Town, Addis Ababa, Alexandria, Algiers, Asmara, Cairo, Casablanca, Djibouti, Khartoum and Luxor. The airline has seen rapid growth in just 18 years of operation, to the point where today it is flying a modern fleet of 161 aircraft to 148 key business and leisure destinations across Europe, the Middle East, Africa, Asia Pacific, North America and South America. The current Doha-Kilimanjaro-Zanzibar schedule: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays Depart Doha QR1355 at 08:50, arrive Kilimanjaro at 14:20 Depart Kilimanjaro QR1355 at 15:20, arrive Zanzibar at 16:20 Depart Zanzibar QR1355 at 17:20, arrive Doha at 22:35 Daily flight schedules from October: Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays and Saturdays Depart Doha QR1355 at 08:50, arrive Kilimanjaro at 14:20 Depart Kilimanjaro QR1355 at 15:20, arrive Zanzibar at 16:20 Depart Zanzibar QR1355 at 17:20, arrive Doha at 22:35 Tuesdays, Thursdays and Sundays Depart Doha QR1357 at 08:50, arrive Zanzibar at 14:40 Depart Zanzibar QR1357 at 15:40, arrive Kilimanjaro at 16:40 Depart Kilimanjaro QR1357 at 17:40, arrive Doha at 22:35
Ol Kinyei Conservancy, Masai Mara, Kenya has the lowest density tourism of all the Mara conservancies, and usually has less than 4 vehicles in the nearly 19,000 acres that make up the conservancy. Latest images make you want to go there! Contact us to experience Porini Camps!