Tanzania Tourism

An insiders guide to the Tanzania Safari industry


Published by admin on January 8, 2017

Booking.com – should I or should I not!

Booing.com has revolutionised the way people book their hotel rooms throghout the world. Studies have show that over 50% of all bed nights in European hotels are booked through booking.com The main question now is will it and does it work for the Tanzania tourism and safari industry. Benefits of using Booking.com Why is Booking.com so…

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Published by admin on January 3, 2017

The Tanzania Effect

A great opportunity for viral marketing of the Tanzania brand which was never really followed through. Paul Allen, the one time partner of Bill Gates at Microsoft, visited Tanzania and for an undisclosed amount began the painting of a Tanzania mural in the North end of the CenturyLink Field. All Seattle teams playing at home at…

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Published by admin on January 25, 2016

12th UN World Tourism Organisation Awards

East Africa Tourism Platform (EATP) comprising the tourist boards of Tanzania, Kenya, Uganda, Rwanda and Burundi have been awarded 1st runner up in the award for Excellence and Innovation in Tourism. The EATP were praised at th ceremony in Madrid, SPain for its multi destination knowledge management tool that helps people package tourism products without…

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Published by admin on January 21, 2016

New Minister Of Tourism

Honorable Professor Jumanne Maghembe was appointed the new Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism of the United Republic of Tanzania by the newly elected Tanzania President, H.E. Dr. John Magufuli. Professor Maghembe was previously Minister of Tourism between 2006 and 2008 and has since worked at a variety of ministries; including most recently serving as…

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salt production tanzania

Published by admin on January 21, 2016

Cultural Tourism

Cultural tourism – focuses on the lfestyle of the people of an area as opposed to the wildlife and natural landscapes. Cultural tourism was little appreciated until the late 90’s and now the World Tourism Organisation predicts that 37% of worldwide tourism is cultural. Times are changing in Tanzania also cultural tourism initiatives are being promoted…

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Published by admin on January 8, 2016

TTB Making Changes

Currently the country attracts 1.1 million tourists per year and this is wanted to be increased to 3 million within two years. Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism Prof Jumanne Maghembe has promised to release more funds which will allow this to happen. With the funds his steps are: Finalise hotel classification levels Finalise re-branding…

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