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16. Major airlines for direct flights to Dar
  Monday, September 8, 2014  by Admin
  THE desire for growth in cultural tourism has received deserving notice as the government gears up to sign agreements with international airlines to allow direct flights for increased number of tourist arrivals.
17. Superior accommodation earns Tanzania global tribute
  Monday, September 8, 2014  by Admin
  HIGH standard of accommodation and laudable hospitality accorded to tourists has won Tanzania international accolade as Ngorongoro Sopa Lodge near Ngorongoro crater wins the most prestigious global quality award 2014.
18. Tourism investors in Mafia want marine park user fees reviewed
  Friday, July 24, 2009  by Admin
  Tourism stakeholders in Mafia Island have urged the government to involve them in reviewing Marine Parks and Reserves user fee regulation which came into effect early this month
19. Dar now directs tourism promo to more EU countries
  Friday, April 4, 2008  by Admin
  A ten-day major road show campaigns for promoting Tanzania's tourist attractions in Europe is under way since Tuesday. The promoters are Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB), Ngorongoro Conservational Area Authority (NCAA), while TARUK International, a PR Communications company is providing professional and logistical support.
20. Website to promote Tanzania's tourism launched
  Tuesday, April 1, 2008  by Admin
  The government has said that achievements in the tourism sector have created many jobs in the country's service industry. Natural Resources and Tourism minister Shamsa Mwangunga made the remarks in Dar es Salaam at the launch of a tourism website designed by the Tanzania Private Sector Foundation (TPSF), which is geared to selling Tanzania both abroad and within the country.
21. Kenya crisis bashes Tanzania's tourism
  Monday, January 14, 2008  by Admin
  Tanzania's tourism industry has sustained serious injuries following the post-election stand-off in Kenya and the violence accompanying it, impeccable sources say. According to the TATO chairman of tour and hotel operators, the number of visitors coming to Tanzania has fallen considerably because most would normally cross over from Kenya.
22. Can Tourism Promote Private And Community Interests Concurrently?
  Tuesday, November 27, 2007  by Admin
  To understand the rapid growth of tourism industry, it is imperative to go beyond simple economic or environmental considerations. Tourism is a commodity, therefore, an expression of social relations. It exists outside of a daily social space, and like all other commodities, it has value as a social sign in the mind of those who produce it. This manifests itself in the way the commodity is represented as a way to convince the consumers. These representations gives a certain image as a "sign of belonging to a group and thus a social status".
23. Tanzania Hosts WTU
  Tuesday, November 13, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania has been chosen to host the World Trade University that will train students in a Masters degree in Tourism studies.The university, to be built in Dar es Salaam is expected to start classes in 2009/10. This was announced during the World Tourism marketing Summit in Beijing.

24. Indaba 2008
  Thursday, November 1, 2007  by Admin
  INDABA brings together a showcase of Southern African tourism products and services for the international travel trade. Exhibitors in the DEC (Durban Exhibition Centre) include provincial authorities and provincial products. In the ICC (International Convention Centre), exhibitor categories include accommodation, tour operators, game lodges, transport, online travel, media publications and industry associations. Outdoor exhibitors include transport, camping and safari companies.
25. Tourism Marketing Study to Provide Sound Strategies
  Tuesday, July 3, 2007  by Admin
  Acorn Consulting Partnership Limited, an independent UK consultancy firm, has won the bid to conduct Tanzania's maiden Tourism Marketing Research, a study which is expected to kick off next week. It is set to be an extensive study, aimed at coming up with special strategies, all aimed at marketing the Tanzania's tourism potential globally. The initiative is also aimed at dealing with previously ignored industry weaknesses.
26. Tourism could reduce poverty with climate change addressed
  Thursday, May 31, 2007  by Admin
  The tourism industry could positively contribute to poverty reduction initiatives only if issues related to climate change were properly addressed, former chairman of the Tanzania Tourist Corporation Andy Chande has said. He noted that in the process of enhancing tourism's contribution to poverty reduction, the need to tackle effects of climate change and degradation caused by nature and human-induced activities should be addressed.
27. Kilimanjaro is just a flight away
  Monday, May 21, 2007  by Admin
  Do you want to see the peak of Africa's highest mountain without going through the hassle of having to climb thousands of feet? Then book on a flight that gets to Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) after daybreak and before 10a.m. And make sure you secure a window seat on the left side of the aircraft.
28. UN supported tourism website to be launched soon
  Tuesday, May 15, 2007  by Admin
  A website on promotion of tourism in Tanzania, under the support of United Nations World Tourism Organisation, will be launched soon. This is in an effort to raise promotion of tourism in African countries.
29. Government should create awareness on domestic tourism
  Thursday, April 19, 2007  by Admin
  The hard fact is that at the moment tourism is not in the hands of the local people. The important question is to ask as to how teh government can build the capacity of our local people so that they too can enjoy their natural wealth by way of uplifting the standard of living through tourism.

30. New branding for countrys tourism menu
  Thursday, March 22, 2007  by Admin
  Tanzania is shifting from its traditional tourism marketing campaigns and publicity by focusing on the hitherto modest known cultural heritages, history and striking natural attractions. The new branding effort would also seek promotion of less developed tourist attractions including southern and western Tanzania wildlife parks, scenic mountains in southern highlands, cultural tourism in villages, sports, arts, shopping and special interest tours in the country.

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