Office National de Promotion du Tourisme, De l’Artisanat et des Arts , Chad

Joining Africa Tourism Board is important for us by sharing experiences with other tourism organizations. Our Organization improves the overall quality of products and services within the tourism industry. Our main missions are: Promote the destination Chad on the international level; Identify, list and promote tourist sites; Promote tourism and craft activities; Establish and manage a database of tourism, arts and crafts sectors; Mobilize financial resources to support the Government’s cultural policy; Support the financing of the actions undertaken by […]

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Sudan Organization for Tourist and Guidance, Khartoum, Sudan

Our Organization has a great ambition and we want to achieve with you and the Sudan by the great human civilizations, which is Nubian civilization Kushite and consider it the dawn of African civilization and also other tourist resources such as wildlife, rivers, sea, deserts and diverse cultures. We want to join you for many reasons. First, we consider that Africa is our home and our great country, and we must pay attention to tourism, civilization and contemporary people. Secondly, […]

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Macolline, Antalaha, Madagascar

Macolline is a 25 acre native forest in a region of Northeastern Madagascar founded by Marie-Hélène Kam Hyo.DSCF5322 This area has experienced intensive degradation for over a century. Macolline has been committed to the protection and reforestation of native Malagasy species in accordance with UNESCO’s conservation priorities. The maintenance of Macolline provides jobs for many villagers therefore any money raised for Macolline, helps to support C.A.L.A. ~Comité d’Aide aux Lépreux d’Antalaha (Leprosy Relief Committee of Antalaha) Macolline is a combination […]

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Board of Airline Representatives of South Africa, Sandton, Gauteng, South Africa

BARSA represents the interests of its African and International Airline members to government, airport operators and other stakeholders in the airline industry with the aim of facilitating and further developing a safe, efficient and viable aviation industry in South Africa. BARSA provides the single concerted voice on policy and other matters in relation to government and other stakeholders in transport, business and tourism. Byu June Crawford, CEP info@barsa.co.za Website: www.barsa.co.za

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Honourable Edmund Bartlett, Minister of Tourism Jamaica

Recognized for his wide-ranging expertise and accomplishments in the political arena, Honourable Edmund Bartlett has given over thirty-five years of service to Jamaica, working in both chambers of Jamaica’s Parliament – the Senate and House of Representatives. Mr. Bartlett was first appointed Minister of Tourism in 2007, serving until December 2011. Prior to this appointment, he already had a solid track record of service as an outstanding legislator in central government in both Chambers of Parliament. He served as Minister […]

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Zimbabwe Tour Operators Association: Delina Alwanger, Zimbabwe

I  have a BA[Hons] English/French and I am currently studying Spanish. My training is in Public Relations and Marketing. My particular interest is in Marketing projects, Trade Shows, Roadshows, and Events. I continue to train with various international organizations on the MICE Marketing side.

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Ministry of Tourism Cape Verde and Ministry of the Sea

The islands of Cape Verde are a unique and unforgettable destination. Blessed by the sun throughout the year, they have in Music and Culture a ritual that is part of the daily life of the inhabitants while involving the visitor in the incomparable mystique of the Archipelago. Only 4 hours away from Europe, the country enjoys a privileged location, which combines with the Tranquility of the territory, making this a destination not to be missed. Let yourself be enveloped by […]

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Ministry for Tourism Zanzibar, Tanzania

Zanzibar, semi-autonomous archipelago, Tanzania, East Africa, in the Indian Ocean c. 20 mi (32 km) off the mainland, consisting of the island of Zanzibar or Unjuga (1994 est. pop. 800,000), 600 sq mi (1,554 sq km), Pemba, and neighboring smaller islands. The potential for tourism to be a major earner of foreign currency has been recognised and this is being developed. The Zanzibar commission for tourism was founded in 1987 to promote Zanzibar as a tourist destination, and in 1992 […]

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