WHY RICKSHAW?

The Rickshaw Travel Group ("Rickshaw Travels") was founded in May 1988. From our humble beginnings as a small travel agency, we have grown and expanded into several countries and today have 28 years of experience in the travel business, both corporate and leisure... read more .

COUNTRIES THAT WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO TRAVEL TO SOUTH AFRICA

With hours to go before the reopening of some borders following the easing of lockdown restrictions, South Africa has released a list of countries from which leisure travellers will not be allowed into the country

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SINGAPORE AIRLINES RESUMES SA FLIGHTS ON OCTOBER 14

Singapore Airlines will be restarting its passenger flights between Singapore and Johannesburg from October 14, 2020

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AIRLINK TO LAUNCH NEW AFRICA SERVICES

Independent airline, Airlink, will re-introduce its regional flight schedule from October 5

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ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES DEBUTS FIRST COVID-ERA, CONTACTLESS TERMINAL

Ethiopian Airlines several weeks ago officially completed a 86,000-square-meter terminal expansion at Addis Ababa’s Bole International Airport

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KENYA REOPENS SKIES TO TANZANIA

Kenya added Tanzania to a list of countries it now allows airlines to land in, The Star website reported Tuesday

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REQUIREMENTS TO TRAVEL TO AND FROM DUBAI

Dear Clients, As of 20th August, 2020, if you are traveling to/from Dubai kindly check the requirements below before your trip

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KLM, QATAR AND ETHIOPIAN AIRLINES TO ADD MORE FLIGHTS TO TANZANIA

Dar es Salaam — Three major international airlines (KLM, Qatar and Ethiopian airlines) are set to increase the number of flight frequency to Tanzania three months after the country opened its airspace to passenger flights

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ZIMBABWE OPENS FOR TOURISM OCTOBER 1

The following information has been updated as of 24th September 2020 Update from Zambia:  Contrary to rumours circulating online, tourist visas ARE available as per usual, welcoming everyone into Zambia

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ENTEBBE TO REOPEN FOR INTERNATIONAL FLIGHTS

Regional and international airlines – including Turkish Airlines, Qatar Airways, Emirates, Kenya Airways and Ethiopian Airlines – will resume services to Uganda’s Entebbe International Airport on October 1

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