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National Standard Operating Procedures for the Management of Covid-19 in the Tourism Business Operations

In recognition of the importance of health, safety, and security of tourists and the general public. The government in collaboration with the tourism private sector through the guidance of the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDEC) and the World Health Organization (WHO) jointly developed Standard Operating Procedures for the management of

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Will Smith Visits Tanzania

Hollywood actor Will Smith was in Tanzania as he continued his tour in the continent of Africa. The actor was spotted by a few fans upon arrival at Kilimanjaro airport in Arusha, Tanzania where he posed for a few pictures with airport staff. Mr. Smith then went on to enjoy the African Safari experience at

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5 Reasons Why Zanzibar Might Just Be Better Than Hawaii

When it comes to a relaxing holiday, Hawaii and Zanzibar are both known as top beach destinations with amazing places to stay. Even though, both destinations are great vacation destinations, they are similar in many ways but are quite different in many other ways. We have complied 5 reasons why Zanzibar might just be better

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Best Places to Travel in 2016 – Tanzania

A safari trip through Tanzania’s more remote parks used to mean staying in low-key camps. That’s about to change, as this year Asilia will open the first truly luxurious lodge in Ruaha National Park, a seldom-visited area teeming with wildlife like elephants, leopards, and lions. Set on a hill overlooking a savanna with baobab trees,

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Best Places to Travel in 2016 – Zanzibar

Zanzibar’s allure is hardly a secret. For centuries, waves of Swahili, Portuguese, Omani, and Chinese traders have left their cultural marks on the archipelago off the coast of Tanzania. But it’s only recently that the gleaming beaches have received an influx of attention from big-name hotel brands, giving new reasons to visit the Spice Islands.

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H.E. Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President of the United Republic of Tanzania, announces new tourism brand campaign: Tanzania, the soul of Africa

H.E. Dr. Jakaya Mrisho Kikwete, President, The United Republic of Tanzania, announced the launch of Tanzania Tourism’s new brand campaign, Tanzania, The Soul of Africa. This 30-second TV campaign will be launched globally on CNN America as well as BBC International beginning this October and will run for six months. The announcement was made at

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Tanzanian Tourism Industry launches Travelers education portal to educate and provide information on the West Africa Ebola virus

Together, the Tanzanian Government and Tourism Private Sector associations, led by the Tourism Confederation of Tanzania (TCT) are leading and launching an innovative campaign to educate and provide clear information related to the ongoing public concern due to the West African Ebola virus. A website and social media campaign launched by Tanzania tourism stakeholders www.travel2tanzania.info

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Is Tanzania still safe to visit?

By Marc Harris, Managing Director of Tanzania Odyssey – a long established Tanzania specialist tour Operator There have been no cases of Ebola reported anywhere in East Africa and the epicentre of the current outbreak is 5,500 km away from Tanzania. Indeed Liberia, Sierra Leone and Guinea are closer to Madrid, Paris and London than

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