Special announcement (07/JUN/2014):
“On Direct Pay Online’s blog, we inadvertently published a post stating that 3G Direct Pay is the official online payments partner of Karibu Travel Market 2014,
We confirm that this is not the case and we are in no way partnering with the event.
We sincerely apologize for any inconvenience and/or embarrassment caused by this blog post”
On June 6, 7 and 8 of this year, Tanzania will play host to Africa’s second-largest travel and tourism convention – Karibu Travel Market. The 2014 event has received a huge remodeling in terms of brand and direction and promises to bring a premier-level even to a very competitive region.
In previous years, Karibu Travel Market was more of an informal relationship-building event that drew somewhat of a “laisser-faire” atmosphere centered more on loose ties among travel and tourism stakeholders. This year’s event, however, brings an intensification with greater opportunities for marketing and networking. It will be a defining event for every audience group, including exhibitors, VIP attendees and other visitors.
The main goal of Karibu Travel Market Tanzania is to bring together the East African tourism industry to one location that gives regional and global tourism businesses the chance to meet and forge new relationships and create new tourism products that can entice even more people to choose East Africa as their travel destination of choice.
An East Africa Tourism Event With Global Reach and Regional Impact
Karibu Travel Market Tanzania 2014 is an ideal event for many regional and global tourism operators for many reasons, including:
– The ability for global tour and travel business owners to create relationships and partnerships quickly and efficiently
– The event gives international tour agents an operators a chance to see national parks and locations and understand why much of the world considers Tanzania and the rest of East Africa to be a world-class tourism destination.
– Generating increased business for regional and local hotels, dinging establishments and transportation companies.
– Establishing new jobs for local and regional companies through increased awareness of East Africa as a quality tourism destination.