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Africa's Famous Doors of Hospitality: Inside Africa Travel Magazine launch January 2004! Jerry W. Bird

Africans are accommodating people, and one of our most pleasant tasks is recommending places to stay, shop and dine, as we tell the story of this fascinating continent and the islands that surround it.

Our “Hospitality Africa ” editions mark the return of a series we wrote years ago called "Famous Doors of Hospitality," featuring country inns, lodges, guests houses and resorts. To add more spice to the menu we now include unique places to dine. January's launch to North America's travel trade and consumers in New York and Chicago, followed by other venues in America, Europe and Africa, will set the stage for year round coverage of Africa's hospitality industry in its biggest markets.


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'Famous Doors of Hospitality' include properties great and small. As a combination of Internet and print ...our program combines the latest tools of technology with common sense reporting and evaluation by our own ATA members. Among this professional group are hoteliers, travel agents, tour operators and many African Tourism Ministers. We talk about our experience as guests of the Sheraton Addis Ababa and other hotels highly recommended by ATA, such as Caesars The Emperor in Gauteng, South Africa and accommodation in destination cities, such as Marrakech, Morocco. We will introduce readers to many delightful dining places, from Cape Town South Africa to a charming beach side retreat in Cote d'Ivoire.

For advertising rates and data on Africa Travel Magazine's event editons and the new Famous Doors of Hospitality supplement, E-Mail us at, phone 604 681 0718 or fax 604 681 6595.


Reach: Being a key part of our event editions (as an insert), Africa's Famous Doors of Hospitality is available to all conference delegates. Your ad will appear starting January 2004 at Adventures in Travel Expo, New York; February at IATOS, Chicago and Festival de Guinée in Conakry; April at FAATIS Investment Summit, Kampala, Uganda; May at the ATA 29th Congress in Douala, Cameroon, and October at ATA's 8th Ecotourism Symposium in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. Copies will also be available at Indaba 2004 in Durban, SA, World Travel Market, ASTA World Travel Congress and similar events.

Website Support: A program will be available at discount or combination rates with our three travel business websites.

Incentives: Contests and prizes featuring "name the hotel or name the country” from clues provided on this site.

Categories. Luxury, Super Upscale, B and B, Bargain Market, Student Accommodation, Safari lodges, Tented camps, Condominium exchanges and more.

We will also connect the reader to search a broader range of recommended si
tes on the Internet and in print media magazines, books and directories, as in the following examples. or


For "Hospitality North America" contact World Scene and Air Highways Magazine or visit or