Ryanair

[vc_row][vc_column][dfd_tta_tabs style=”empty_rounded” active_section=”1″][vc_tta_section title=”About Us” tab_id=”1508476543009-1398c8b2-807a” add_icon=”true”][vc_column_text]Ryanair Ltd. (/raɪə’ner/) is an Irish low-cost airline founded in 1984, headquartered in SwordsDublin, Ireland, with its primary operational bases at Dublin and London Stansted airports. In 2016, Ryanair was the largest European airline by scheduled passengers flown, and carried more international passengers than any other airline. (ISEQRY4CLSERYANASDAQRYAAY)

Ryanair operates 403 Boeing 737-800 aircraft, with a single 737-700 used primarily as a charter aircraft, but also as a backup plane and for pilot training. The airline has been characterised by its rapid expansion, a result of the deregulation of the aviation industry in Europe in 1997 and the success of its low-cost business model. Ryanair’s route network serves 34 countries in Europe, Africa (Morocco), and the Middle East (Israel).[/vc_column_text][/vc_tta_section][/dfd_tta_tabs][/vc_column][/vc_row]

Visa Free Countries For Gabonese Citizens

[vc_row el_id=””][vc_column][vc_column_text]Passportindex.org, the site that establishes the global ranking of passports based on their ease of travel, lists 48 countries where Gabonese passport holders can travel without a visa.[/vc_column_text][dfd_spacer screen_wide_spacer_size=”10″ screen_normal_resolution=”1024″ screen_tablet_resolution=”800″ screen_mobile_resolution=”480″ tutorials=””][vc_raw_js]JTNDaWZyYW1lJTIwaWQlM0QlMjd0cmF2ZWxzdGFydElmcmFtZS05NWJiNWM3Ny0yYzlhLTQ2M2QtOWEwOC0xODU4NWE3OTVhZjElMjclMjBmcmFtZUJvcmRlciUzRCUyNzAlMjclMjBzY3JvbGxpbmclM0QlMjdubyUyNyUyMHN0eWxlJTNEJTI3aGVpZ2h0JTNBJTIwNTAwcHglM0IlMjBtYXJnaW4lM0ElMjAwcHglM0IlMjBwYWRkaW5nJTNBJTIwMHB4JTNCJTIwYm9yZGVyJTNBJTIwMHB4JTNCJTI3JTNFJTNDJTJGaWZyYW1lJTNF[/vc_raw_js][/vc_column][/vc_row][vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]

List of Countries where Gabonese Citizens can travel without Visa

  • Bangladesh visa-free / 90 days
  • Benin visa-free
  • Bolivia visa on arrival / eVisa / 90 days
  • Cameroon visa-free / 90 days
  • Cape Verde visa on arrival
  • Central African Republic visa-free
  • Chad visa-free
  • Comoros visa on arrival
  • Congo visa-free / 90 days
  • Dominica visa-free
  • Ecuador visa-free / 90 days
  • Equatorial Guinea visa-free
  • Ghana visa on arrival
  • Guinea-Bissau visa on arrival / eVisa
  • Haiti visa-free / 90 days
  • Hong Kong visa-free
  • Indonesia visa-free
  • Iran visa on arrival / eVisa
  • Laos visa on arrival
  • Macao visa on arrival
  • Madagascar visa on arrival
  • Malawi visa on arrival / 30 days
  • Malaysia visa-free
  • Maldives visa on arrival
  • Mauritania visa on arrival
  • Mauritius visa-free
  • Micronesia visa-free
  • Morocco visa-free
  • Mozambique visa on arrival
  • Nepal visa on arrival
  • Nicaragua visa on arrival
  • Palau visa on arrival
  • Panama visa-free
  • Philippines visa-free
  • Rwanda visa on arrival / eVisa / 30 days
  • Saint Lucia visa on arrival
  • Samoa visa on arrival
  • Sao Tome and Principe visa-free
  • Senegal visa-free
  • Singapore visa-free
  • Somalia visa on arrival / 30 days
  • South Africa visa-free
  • Vincent and the Grenadines visa-free
  • Tanzania visa on arrival
  • Timor-Leste visa on arrival
  • Togo visa on arrival
  • Tunisia visa-free
  • Turkey visa on arrival / eVisa
  • Tuvalu visa on arrival
  • Uganda visa on arrival / eVisa

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Nigerian Passport Visa Free Countries

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of February 2018, Nigerian citizens had visa-free or visa on arrival access to 46 countries and territories, ranking the Nigerian passport 91st in terms of travel freedom (tied with Republic of the Congo passport) according to the Henley Passport Index.

Where visa-free access is permitted, such access is not necessarily a right, and admission is at the discretion of border enforcement officers. Visitors engaging in activities other than tourism, including unpaid work, may require a visa or work permit.

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Nigerian Passport Visa Free Countries (List 2018)

  • Benin republic (visa free)
  • Burkina Faso (visa free)
  • Burundi (visa on arrival for 30 days)
  • Cape Verde (visa on arrival)
  • Cameroon (visa free)
  • Chad (visa free)
  • Comoros Island (visa on arrival)
  • Cote d’Ivoire (visa free)
  • Djibouti (visa on arrival)
  • Gambia (visa free for 90 days)
  • Ghana (visa free)
  • Guinea (visa free)
  • Guinea Bissau (visa free for 90 days)
  • Kenya (visa on arrival for 90 days)
  • Liberia (visa free)
  • Madagascar (visa on arrival for 90 days)
  • Maldives (visa on arrival for 30 days)
  • Mali (visa free)
  • Mauritania (visa on arrival)
  • Mauritius (visa free for 90 days)
  • Mozambique (visa free for 30 days)
  • Niger republic (visa free)
  • Senegal (visa free)
  • Seychelles (visitor’s permit on arrival for 1 month)
  • Sierra Leone (visa free)
  • Somalia (visa on arrival)
  • Tanzania (visa on arrival)
  • Togo (visa free)
  • Uganda (visa on arrival)

American countries

  • Barbados (visa free for 6 months)
  • Dominica (visa free for 21 days)
  • Haiti (visa free for 3 months)

Asian countries

  • Iran (visa on arrival)
  • Sri Lanka (electronic travel authorization)
  • Timor-Leste (visa on arrival for 30 days)
  • Bangladesh (visa on arrival)

Oceanian countries

  • Micronesia (visa free for 30 days)
  • Nauru (visa on arrival)
  • Vanuatu (visa free for 30 days)
  • Palau (visa on arrival for 90 days)
  • Tuvalu (visa on arrival for 30 days)
  • Samoa (entry permit on arrival for 60 days)
  • Fiji (visa-free for 4 months)

Please note, this list is not complete, as there is always updated, but you can read more about the same topic :

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Visa Free Countries For Kenyan Citizens

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of February, 2018, Kenyan passport holders can enter 72 countries and territories without the need of securing a visa prior to the trip.

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The List of Visa Free Countries Every Kenyan Can Visit Without A Visa in 2018.

  • Antigua and Barbuda – Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Bahamas – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Bahrain – an eVisa can be obtained if visa lasts 14 days or less
  • Barbados – Visa not required
  • Benin – Visa not required
  • Bolivia – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Botswana – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Burundi – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Cambodia – eVisa available, or visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Cape Verde – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Comoros – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Democratic Republic of Congo – visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Djibouti – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Dominica – Visa not required if visit lasts 21 days or less
  • Ethiopia – Visa not required if visit lasts 1 year or less
  • Fiji – Visa not required if visit lasts 4 months or less
  • Gabon – eVisa available
  • Gambia – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Georgia – eVisa available
  • Ghana – Visa not required
  • Grenada – Visa not required
  • Guinea-Bissau – eVisa, or Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Haiti – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • India – eVisa available if visit lasts 60 days or less
  • Indonesia –  Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Iran – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Jamaica – Visa not required
  • Kiribati – Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Kyrgyzstan – eVisa available
  • Laos – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Lesotho – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Madagascar – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Malawi – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Malaysia – Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Maldives – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Mali – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Mauritania – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Mauritius – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Micronesia –  Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Mozambique – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Namibia – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Nepal – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Nigeria – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Palau – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Panama – Visa not required if visit lasts 180 days or less
  • Philippines – Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Qatar – eVisa available
  • Rwanda – Visa not required if visit lasts 6 months or less
  • Saint Kitts and Nevis – Visa not required
  • Saint Lucia – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 6 weeks or less
  • Saint Vincent and the Grenadines – Visa not required if visit lasts 1 month or less
  • Samoa – Entry Permit can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 60 days or less
  • Sao Tome and Principe – eVisa available
  • Senegal – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Seychelles – Visitors Permit can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 3 months or less
  • Sierra Leone – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Singapore – Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Somalia – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • South Sudan – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Sudan – Visa can be obtained on arrival
  • Swaziland – Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Tanzania – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Timor-Leste – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Togo – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 7 days or less
  • Trinidad and Tobago – Visa not required
  • Tuvalu – Visa can be obtained on arrival if visit lasts 1 month or less
  • Uganda– Visa not required
  • Vanuatu – Visa not required if visit lasts 30 days or less
  • Zambia – Visa not required if visit lasts 90 days or less
  • Zimbabwe – Visa not required if visit lasts 3 months or less

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100 Best Things to do in Brazil

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The biggest country in South America, Brazil is known for its natural beauty, bright colors and friendly people. Regardless if you prefer adventure, historical travel or relaxing by the beach, Brazil has everything you need to have unforgettable vacations. There is so much diversity that you could spend a lifetime just traveling within the country, and wouldn’t get bored. That is why here we will help you decide where your first brazilian destination will be.

1. São Miguel dos Milagres (Maceió)

If relaxation is what you are seeking São Miguel dos Milagres is the perfect location. The beach is quiet and not packed with people. It offers kilometers of a beautiful emerald sea view, shade provided by coconut palms and natural swimming pools. Most of the hotels are by seaside, and among many options Pousada do Caju is the one that stands out the most.

2. Surf Lessons at Porto de Galinhas (Ipojuca)

Commonly known as the place to go when you are a lover of nautical sports, Porto de Galinhas offers great options. Regardless if you prefer surfing, water skiing, wakeboarding or jet-skiing, this destination is a must. And if you never practice any of these sports before, not to worry, there are lessons for you there. Surfing lessons for example, take approximately 1h30m and the professionals provide all the equipment you need to have a great experience.

3. Réveillon at Copacabana (Rio de Janeiro)

New year’s eve at Copacabana beach is one of the most popular Brazilian parties. The attraction that everybody looks forward is the firework show at midnight, that are launched from several barges in the ocean. Usually people just stand on the sand and enjoy the party, but there are also hotel rooms or apartments by seaside that you can rent if you plan in advance. The firework show lasts for about 15 minutes, but the party lasts all night long, so go prepared to have an amazing time.

4. Aquário Encantado (Nobres)

Translated as “enchanted aquarium”, the tourists say that seems it is enchanted indeed. Located within the woods, you can get there by a 400m easy hike, which takes less than 10 minutes. The aquarium is a 90m² natural pool where you can snorkel among fishes like the dourados and piraputangas. A good place to stay is Pousada Reino Encantado, a very cozy place, that has a natural feeling to it.

5. Scuba Diving (Fernando de Noronha)

Fernando de Noronha is a beautiful archipelago, where you can enjoy the turquoise waters at its best. The waters are so clear that you can see trough about 50m ahead, and that is what makes this place, one of the best locations in the world to scuba dive. The Atlantis Divers are operating in Noronha since 1993, and offers great variety of scuba diving courses, even if this is your first experience or if you are a divemaster already. However, the length of your expedition will depend on your level of expertise. Beginners will dive for about 30 minutes, and certified divers can stay underwater up to 50 minutes, depending on the gas consumption of the diver.

6. Stand Up Paddle (Búzios)

Búzios got famous in the 60’s after a visit from Brigitte Bardot, and is one of the most well-known places to go when in Brazil. The waters are spectacular and super peaceful, and that is why it is a great location to do stand up paddle. Buziostour offers classes that will make you feel really comfortable and safe practicing the sport. The classes are 20mins of theoretical knowledge and warm up, and an hour of practical class. The only thing you need to do is go there, schedule a time to get your class done, and have tons of fun.

7. Hike to Pedra Furada (Jericoacoara)

Pedra Furada, translated as holed stone, is a rock formation that stars the postcards of Jericoacoara. Getting there is extremely easy, is a 30 minute hike from Jericoacoara beach. The best time to visit is in July, because the sun sets in the other side of the stone’s “hole”, providing a nature’s spectacle to those seeing it.

8. Backpacking at Serra do Divisor (Cruzeiro do Sul)

This destination is for those seeking adventure. At the border of Brazil and Peru, within the Amazon Forest, you can find a National Park known as Serra do Divisor, it has 843 thousand hectares and is the home of approximately 73 villages, several of them being of indigenous people. The main attractions of the park are the waterfalls of outstanding beauty. Every nature lover will be amazed by its greatness. Getting there is a little tricky, but is totally worth it. It will take you two days of a boat ride, and a lot of hiking once you are there.

9. Fun at the Resort (Maragogi)

Maragogi is a city situated north at the state of Alagoas, with over 20 km of great ocean landscape. The best way to enjoy the experience is to stay at Salinas Maragogi an all-inclusive resort that offers a great deal of fun activities and luxury spa features that will make you never want to leave.

10. Poço Encantado (Itaetê)

The caves with water wells are amazing to see. The best time to visit is during the fall and winter, at this times of year an unique phenomenon happens, sun rays penetrates the wells making the water even more clear and beautiful than already is. The depth of the wells can vary between 20 to 61 meters, and you can see clearly everything there is at the bottom. But be aware that this is a very busy location, so you can stay only up to 15 minutes at each cave.

11. Praia da Costa (Vila Velha)

The beach has a great infrastructure and is ready to welcome tourists all year long. Is a great option for those who feel like going to a beautiful beach during the day, and like to have fun at bars or clubs at night.

12. Dance Forró (Itaúnas)

Besides having amazing beaches, Itaúnas is known as a great destination for forró lovers. Forró is a typical dance style of the Brazilian northeast, and has in Itaúnas a great national festival on its behalf. National Festival of Forró happens during holiday seasons as Christmas and New Year’s Eve and starts every night at 23h, and goes on all night long.

13. Fervedouros da Ceiça (Mateiros)

Located 25km away from the city center, Fervedouro do Ceiça is the most famous attraction in Mateiros. It is a well of clear blue water, where a natural phenomenon called “ressurgencia” happens, making impossible for anyone to drown there, even if you try, the pressure pulls you up and makes you float. It is important to keep in mind that only six people at a time are allowed inside the Fervedouro, and only for 20 minutes per group.

14. Cachoeira Vale das Borboletas (São Thomé das Letras)

Only 3,1km away from São Thomé das Letras you can find this amazing waterfall. On the top corner of the waterfall there is a valley with many streams and falls, and in determined times of year many butterflies are seen in the location, making it even more beautiful to see.

15. Lençóis Maranhenses (Barreirinhas)

The scenery is dominated by sand, dunes and lagoons, and when you get there, it feels like you reached paradise. The best time of year to visit is July, after the rainy season ends, so you can see the national park at its best. Brazil Planet Turismo has a great 3 days and 2 nights tour, that can be customized to best fit your needs. It leaves São Luiz, the state capital, and takes you to Barreirinhas in a acclimatized vehicle with a driver.

16. Maracanã Tour (Rio de Janeiro)

Brazil is known as the country of soccer, and Maracanã is one of its greatest stadiums. The tour tickets can be bought at the stadium from 9h00 to 17h00 every day, and you can stay as long as you want there, but usually the length of the tour is about 1 hour. This is a tour every sports fanatic will love.

 

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Air Tanzania

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Air Tanzania Company Limited (ATCL) (Swahili: Kampuni ya Ndege Tanzania) is the flag carrier airline of Tanzania based in Dar es Salaam with its hub at Julius Nyerere International Airport. It was established as Air Tanzania Corporation (ATC) in 1977 after the dissolution of East African Airways and has been a member of the African Airlines Association since its inception.[1] The airline was wholly owned by the Tanzanian Government until 2002 when it was partially privatised as per the directive of the Bretton Woods Institutions to implement the country’s Structural Adjustment Program. The government therefore reduced its shareholding to 51 percent and entered into a partnership with South African Airways.

The partnership lasted for about four years and had accumulated losses of more than Tsh 24 billion (US$19 million). The government repurchased the shares in 2006 and it is once again a wholly owned government company. Over the years, it has served a variety of domestic, regional, and intercontinental destinations. Despite being the national airline, its market share has deteriorated over the years from 19.2 percent in 2009 to 0.4 percent in 2011.

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ASKY Airlines

[vc_row][vc_column][dfd_tta_tabs style=”empty_shadow” active_section=”1″ tutorials=””][vc_tta_section title=”About us” tab_id=”1508183744977-86257247-57ba” add_icon=”true” i_icon_dfd_icons=””][vc_column_text]ASKY Airlines is a passenger airline founded on the initiative of West African governments, and has its head office in LoméTogo. It operates across several West and Central African countries, operating out of its hub at Lomé-Tokoin Airport

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Tunisair

[vc_row][vc_column][dfd_tta_tabs style=”empty_shadow” active_section=”1″ tutorials=””][vc_tta_section title=”About Us” tab_id=”1508182971148-00680752-1aac” add_icon=”true” i_icon_dfd_icons=””][vc_column_text]Tunisair Express (French: Société des Lignes Intérieures et Internationales, Tunisian Arabic: الخطوط التونسية السريعة‎) is an airline based in Tunis, Tunisia that was founded on August 1, 1991. Formerly known as Tuninter (Tunisian Arabic: الخطوط الدولية‎) and SevenAir (Tunisian Arabic: طيران السابع‎), its parent company is the national carrier Tunisair. It operates to destinations within Tunisia as well as some services to Italy, France, and Malta.

From its founding in 1990 until 2000, Tunisair Express was known in French as Tuninter, and bore the Arabic name “Domestic Airline” (الخطوط الداخلية). Initially limited to domestic routes (it is still the only airline to fly internally within Tunisia), Tuninter, as it was then known, obtained permission to begin international operations in 2000. In honor of the date on which it opened its first international routes (7/7/2000), the airline was renamed “SevenAir” (Compagnie Aérienne Sevenair Tunisie, طيران السابع). SevenAir was owned by a relative of the wife of the former President Zine El-Abidine Ben Ali, and was renamed TunisAir Express following Ben Ali’s departure from Tunisia on January 14, 2011. Tunisair Express transported a total of six million passengers between 1992 and 2008, carrying 300,000 passengers in 2008 alone.

In December 2015, it has been announced that Tunisair Express will be merged into Tunisair in the foreseeable future to achieve a better profitability

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Uganda Air Cargo

[vc_row][vc_column][dfd_tta_tabs style=”empty_shadow” active_section=”1″ tutorials=””][vc_tta_section title=”About us” tab_id=”1508178588702-c81cab60-3d90″ add_icon=”true” i_icon_dfd_icons=””][vc_column_text item_animation=”transition.slideUpBigIn”]Uganda Air Cargo Corporation (UACC), (IATAn/aICAOUCC), is an airline based in KampalaUganda. It operates scheduled and charter services for both passengers and cargo.

The airline was established in the 1994 by Act of the Ugandan Parliament, to “provide and operate safe, efficient, adequate, economical and properly coordinated air transport services within and outside the country, for cargo, passenger, chartered passenger flights, air mail services and flight training”.

For most of its life, the company has owned one aircraft, a Lockheed C-130 Hercules, registration number 5X-UCF. In October 2009, the fleet was expanded by the addition of two Harbin Y-12 turboprop aircraft. Operations were expanded to include passenger charter services within Uganda and to countries in Eastern Africa, Central Africa and Southern Africa.

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