Africa.com presents the first ever in-depth insiders’ guide to business travel in Africa, featuring the continent’s major economic hubs.
New York, NY (PRWEB) February 25, 2013- Over the next 3 months, Africa.com will provide an insiders’ guide to business travel in Africa, featuring 10 cities including Accra (Ghana), Nairobi (Kenya), Dakar (Senegal), Lagos (Nigeria) and Addis Ababa (Ethiopia).
Snippet: Johannesburg, South Africa
“Business travel to South Africa is similar to traveling to Los Angeles in many regards. There are countless acceptable accommodations. The region is spread out and you really need a car to get around. You can drive yourself if you are comfortable driving on the left side of the road. A satellite navigation system works well to find your way, in addition to well-documented map books. Roads are maintained and well-marked.”
Full piece: http://www.africa.com/blog/insiders-guide-to-african-business-travel-johannesburg-south-africa/
Snippet: Abuja, Nigeria
“Abuja is the capital of Nigeria. The Garki district in particular is the city’s principal business district. Compared to Lagos, Abuja is a much less densely populated city, and an easier place for foreigners to get their arms around. We would suggest hiring a driver to stay with you throughout the day. The pricing for this type of service is not exorbitant.”
Full piece: http://www.africa.com/blog/business-travel-abuja-nigeria/
Launched in 2010, Africa.com is the fastest-growing Africa-related website. It receives over five million page views per month from visitors in over 200 countries. With offices in the United States, South Africa and Nigeria, Africa.com provides carefully curated news, business and finance, travel and lifestyle information on all 54 countries in Africa.