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1. Tanzania Tourist Board and Ethiopian Airlines Sign MOU
The Tanzania Tourist Board and Ethiopian Airlines have signed a two-year Memorandum of Understanding. The MoU was signed with the intention of increasing the number of visitors to both Tanzania and Ethiopia, increase the presence of Tanzania tourism in key international markets, as well as enhance the business profile of Ethiopian Airlines.
2. More Americans Visiting Tanzania
More Americans are putting Tanzania on their Ďbucket listí as tourism from the United States continues to grow. Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) announced a 7% increase in visitors from the US (up from 65,110 in 2012 to 69,671 in 2013), making the USA Tanzaniaís second largest tourism source market worldwide.
3. Turkish Airlines to launch Flights to Tanzania
Turkish Airlines to launch Flights to Tanzania. Turkish Airlines is to launch scheduled service from Istanbul to Dar es Salaam, the commercial Capital of Tanzania on the Indian Ocean Coast. The flights to Dar es Salaam are expected to begin June 2010 in time for the peak tourism season in Tanzania.
4. CNN launches Tanzania: the Ultimate Safari Sweepstakes
CNN launches Tanzania: the Ultimate Safari Sweepstakes. CNN has launched the second annual Tanzania: the Ultimate Safari Sweepstakes sponsored by the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB). The winners will enjoy an experience of a lifetime in a country named one of the top safari destinations in Africa.
5. Dr. Aloyce K. Nzuki Appointed MD of Tanzania Tourist Board
Dr. Aloyce K. Nzuki Appointed MD of Tanzania Tourist Board. Dr. Aloyce K. Nzuki has been appointed as the new Managing Director of the Tanzania Tourist Board. Dr. Nzuki previously worked with Tanzaniaís Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism as an Assistant Director in Tourism Development and Tourism Research, Training and Statistics.
6. Tanzania Appoints Three U.S. Goodwill Ambassadors of Tourism
Tanzaniaís Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, Ambassador Khamis S. Kagasheki, MP, has confirmed the appointment of three Goodwill Ambassadors to promote tourism to Tanzania in the United States, Patrick Steenberge, President, Global Football; Macon Dunnagan, Kilimanjaro Expedition Director; and Dr. Philip Imler, Founder and President, Seven Natural Wonders.
7. American Visitors now #1 Market for Tanzania
American Visitors now #1 Market for Tanzania. For the first time ever, American visitors represent the largest single tourism market for Tanzania, attracting a record high of 58,379 in 2007. Taking over from the traditional place held by the UK market, the number is even greater when the US is combined with Canada, 83,930 in 2007. Supporting this growth of tourism from North Americ
8. Tanzania launches TV Tourism Campaign in America
Tanzania launches TV Tourism Campaign in America. Tanzania, the largest country in East Africa, is focused on wildlife conservation and sustainable tourism, with approximately 25% of the land protected by the government. It boasts 14 National Parks and 34 game reserves and is home of the tallest mountain in Africa, the legendary Mt. Kilimanjaro; the Serengeti, named in October, 200

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