Migration Venture Africa, Tanzania

Migration Venture Africa Ltd. is an adventure Tour and Safari Operator based in Kilimanjaro – Tanzania We specialize in Tailor Made Safaris & Mt Mountain climbing to the top destinations in Tanzania, Kenya, Rwanda and RC Congo. We have 11 Years’ experience in our family owned and managed company, thereby guaranteeing the personal touch to all our Guest. With our experience and the knowledge of our Guides, we can offer versatile itineraries for Families, Corporate teams, and Individual Groups. Vision

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Government Tourism Office Zanzibar, Tanzania in Berlin

Marketing and Promotion government organisation for Zanzibar located with an office in Berlin and Zanzibar as well. Director Gerd Winkel speaking German, English and Italian. Connection to tour companies and tour operators and flight companies and investors for Zanzibar. INTERESTED: Connection to tour companies and tour operators and flight companies and investors for Zanzibar.

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Chumbe Island Coral Park Ltd, Zansibar, Tanzania

Chumbe Island Coral Park Ltd. (CHICOP), us a not-for-profit private marine park and forest reserve. A Visitors’ Centre and eco-lodge built with state-of the-art eco-technology provide income for professional park management and Environmental Education programs for local schools. This has created the world’s first private marine park and is since 2000 fully sustained with income from ecotourism. CHICOP has received most available renowned international awards and was explicitly mentioned as a showcase of Payment for Ecosystem Services (PES) for sustainable

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Serena Hotels Safari Lodges and Resorts

Serena Hotels is the premier hotel group in East Africa, with city hotels, resorts, safari lodges, a golf resort and luxury tented camps in key locations in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Rwanda and Mozambique. The company also has properties  in Afghanistan, Pakistan and Tajikistan. Karin Sieberhagen Sales and Marketing Manager, South Africa. I am interested on travel trends in other countries, exchanging if ideas. www.serenahotels.com Serena Hotels – For Quality and Unique Holiday and Conference Solutions in Asia and Africa Serena has

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Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism Tanzania

Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism of United Republic of Tanzania, is the Ministry responsible for management of Natural, Cultural and Tourism resources. Tanzania has a great potential for natural resources, cultural and tourism attractions. In terms of wildlife, the present network of wildlife Protected Areas (PAs) in Tanzania is comprised of 14 National Parks, Ngorongoro Conservation Area, 38 Game Reserves and 43 Game Controlled Areas. The wildlife protected area network covers 233,300 Sq. Km (28%) of the total Tanzania’s

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Tanzania National Parks

THE ARUSHA MANIFESTO Over fifty years ago     the  first President of the United     Republic of Tanzania, the     late Mwalimu Julius K. Nyerere,     recognized the integral part wildlife plays     in this  country. In September 1961 at a symposium on the Conservation of Nature and     Natural Resources, he  gave a speech that laid the     foundation for conservation  in post-independent     Tanzania. The extract of  that speech has become known     as the Arusha Manifesto. “The

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Salama Heritage Ecovillage (SHE), Tanzania

Salama Heritage Ecovillage (SHE) Tanzania is a Tanzanian based NGO that promotes sustainable livelihoods, sustainable development and resilient community building in Tanzania and beyond. We work with women, children, youths, persons with disability (PWD) and other Most Vulnerable Groups (MVGs). My name is Ms Rosemary Olive Mbone Enie. I am a Cameroonian Geologist, Environmentalist and Gender Ambassador for the Gender and Water Alliance (GWA) the Netherlands. I have been resident in Tanzania since 2011 and currently serve as the Executive

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Zanzibar Commission for Tourism

Welcome means KARIBU in the Swahili vernacular. We welcome you to Zanzibar,the majestic spice island of the Indian Ocean.These are two main islands of Unguja and Pemba. Over centuries different cultures have influenced Zanzibar to become what it is today. Sumerians, Assyrians, Egyptians, Phonecians, Indians, Chinese, Persians, Portuguese, Omani Arabs, Dutch and British have settled here at one time or another and influenced the local culture into the present fusion The mission of Zanzibar regarding tourism development isTo be the

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