Tanzania Association of Tour Operators
for Public
28 April 2014

Welcome to Karibu Travel Market Tanzania 2015

KARIBU Travel Market Tanzania 2015 has a superb, secure, new and more convenient venue in a natural setting with ideally designed layout and new exhibition tents.

This year, KARIBU Travel Market Tanzania will be held at the Magereza grounds opposite the International school of moshi Arusha campus.

Exhibitors include regional in-bound tour operators, tourist boards, camping and safari companies, wildlife lodges and hotels, local and regional airlines as well as equipment manufactures & services, supporting the travel and tourism trade. It represents a major business platforms and contracting opportunity for long established businesses in Tanzania and across East Africa - reflecting ongoing growth in the industry on the global and domestic scene.

Last Updated on 24 April 2015
02 April 2012




Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) was established in 1983 to represent the licensed tour operators and carrying out Advocacy for and on behalf of its members, to coordinate Public and Private sector Partnership, to undertake and publish research in matters connected to tourism activities and operations, to disseminate information to its members and relevant institutions. The Association also provides Training and Education to its members and employees.


To become a strong and respected association that fully meets the needs of its members.


To unite, promote and give tools to local and international individual Tour operators to put Tanzania in the world Map, as most unique place for tourist destination globally.



(i) To promote and facilitate members to provide marketable tourist services into local and International market.

(ii) To act as a link between the members, government and its institutions in promotion of tourism in Tanzania.

(iii) To coordinate the members and help them in all technical matters pertaining Tourism both at national and International Level.

(iv) To promote tour operators ability to interact with community at large and to protect interest of individual tourists.

(v) To undertake feasibility study, research, appraisal, managing and executing programs and projects for the economic and community development in areas where tourism activities are carried out or in remote areas in Tanzania

Last Updated on 03 March 2015