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Uganda’s famous "Silverbacks," the dominant male gorillas in the forests of Bwindi and Mt. Mgahinga, no doubt inspired the creators of the upcoming "Silverchef Competition" when choosing the name for the event, which later this year will pit Southwestern Uganda’s most accomplished chefs against each other as they seek to claim the pinnacle of their careers.

The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism has launched Restaurant Week on the island of St. Croix from Wednesday, October 28 to Sunday, November 8, 2015. Dubbed "Dine VI," this culinary showcase is a 10-day celebration of the cuisine, culture and community of St. Croix, and will feature an array of events and dining experiences in addition to the traditional prix fixe menu offerings.

The welcome address by Island Governor Gerald Berkel at the official opening of Statia Sustainable Conference Thursday 24 September 2015 Mike van Putten Youth Centre St. Eustatius. - It is my honour to welcome you to the 4th Annual Statia Sustainable Conference hosted by the St. Eustatius Tourism Development Foundation. A special welcome is extended to our guests that have travelled to Statia to participate in this important conference with us. 

Award-winning safari specialist Real Africa has invited a number of sixth form students from the Norwich School to attend their 15th Anniversary event at the Royal Geographical Society in London next week. The students, who have all exhibited an interest in veterinary science, zoology, geography or wildlife and conservation attend a school within a stone's throw of Real Africa's offices in Norwich, Norfolk.

Ethiopia, which almost by stealth climbed to the top of the economic growth list in Africa, announced yesterday that is has added a new feather to its national hat when a brand new commuter rail network was launched in the capital of Addis Ababa. Nearly 50 towns in Ethiopia will be linked by rail, aimed to spur additional economic growth by supporting agriculture and mining, as well as tourism with safe transportation of goods and people.

Emirates, a global connector of people and places, celebrates its 10th year of operations to the Seychelles. During this time, the Dubai-based airline brought almost 1.5 million customers to the archipelago. Emirates started its operations to Seychelles with four weekly flights in 2005. Today, it operates a double-daily service.

The event which will feature a talk by well-known wildlife filmmaker, conservationist and star of BBC series 'This Wild Life', Saba Douglas-Hamilton is raising money for the conservation charity Save The Elephants. Real Africa will be promoting the work of the charity at a number of travel shows through the autumn and winter with additional donations made by the Real Africa Trust to Save The Elephants on behalf of their clients. 

To celebrate the relationship between the City of Westminster and Switzerland, the Lord Mayor of the City of Westminster, Councillor Christabel Flight visited Switzerland. Following an invitation by Switzerland Tourism the Lord Mayor with a delegation of seven travelled on the Grand Tour of Switzerland through various parts of the country. 

Guests flocked to Harlem hot spot Red Rooster for a coveted preview of the island’s tastiest festival – the sixth annual Barbados Food & Wine and Rum Festival taking place on-island November 19-22, 2015. The festival’s fresh new look and star-studded line-up of culinary masters was previewed during the epicurean driven take-over of Chef Marcus Samuelsson’s swanky Ginny’s Supper Club, complete with costumed Crop Over dancers, steelpan drums and New York’s elite.

Every year for the last 30 years, the Creole population of the world has descended on the Seychelles to celebrate “World Creole Day," and this year it will be no different, because Seychelles is again set to be joined by many who are proud of their Creolite. Minister Alain St.Ange of the Seychelles joined Benjamine Rose, the island's PS for Culture, to invite the world of Creoles to join Seychelles in Victoria, the “Creole Capital of the World” this coming October for the 2015 Festival Kreol.

The U.S. Virgin Islands Department of Tourism is reporting a successful week-long mission to New York City over the Labor Day holiday weekend, which included promotion of the Territory's tourism offerings within the media and directly to consumers throughout the city. While in New York, Governor Kenneth Mapp and Commissioner of Tourism Beverly Nicholson-Doty visited media representatives from travel, lifestyle and finance outlets and other stakeholders to promote the Territory and share news related to tourism and economic development. 

Known as Sri Lanka's premier hospitality brand, Jetwing was once again honoured with the prestigious PATA (Pacific Asia Travel Association) Grand Award in the Environment category for the entry titled 'The Success of Self-Reliance' – a thorough and comprehensive entry focusing on the sustainability initiatives undertaken at Jetwing Yala, and a PATA Gold Award in the Marketing category for 'The Front Desk'.