18/10/2018

FZS, TATO, TANAPA PARTNERSHIP CURBS SUBSISTENCE POACHING IN SERENGETI

Public-private partnerships (PPPs) often seen as appropriate form for financing big infrastructure projects are also suitable in wildlife conservation project s, a recent example in Serengeti national park has proved.

In 2017, a handful of tour operators, Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS) Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) and Serengeti National Park (SENAPA) joined forces to fight against silent but yet deadly form of poaching in the Serengeti.

17/10/2018

TANZANIA TOUR OPERATORS CONTRIBUTE $211,000 TO SAVE WILDLIFE

Tanzania tour operators have so far poured more than $211,000 into a Serengeti de-snaring program meant to combat a new form of poaching.

In 2017, a handful of tour operators, the Frankfurt Zoological Society (FZS), Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA), and Serengeti National Park (SENAPA) joined forces to fight against this silent and deadly form of poaching in the Serengeti.

The De-snaring Program, the first of its kind, has the objective of removing the widespread snares set by local bush meat mongers to catch massive wildlife within the Serengeti National Park and beyond.

17/09/2018

TOUR OPERATORS STANDING WITH VICTIMS OF DEADLY TANZANIA ROAD ACCIDENT.

In Tanzania, six people, including four foreign tourists s from Italy and Spain as well as two locals, were killed on September 1st 2018 when the vehicle they were in collided with a lorry at Nanja Village in Monduli district, about 65 km from Arusha city.

Tour operators have contributed Tsh 6 million to the families of two Tanzanians killed in the recent road accident that cut short lives of four foreign tourists.

16/09/2018

TOUR OPERATORS OFFER SH6 MILLION IN CONDOLENCES TO BEREAVED FAMILIES IN CRASH THAT KILLED TOURISTS.

Tour operators have contributed Sh 6 million to the families of two Tanzanians killed in a recent road accident that cut short lives of four foreign tourists.

Six folks, comprising of four tourists from Italy and Spain and two locals. Were killed on September 1st 2018 when the vehicle they were in collided with a lorry at Nanja Village in Monduli district, about 65 km from Arusha city.

06/09/2018

TOUR OPERATORS GET SET FOR ARRIVAL OF MOUNTAINEERS.

Arusha Tanzania tour operators are rolling out the red carpet, eyeing the arrival of thousands mountaineers to ascend the seven summits later this year.

The seven Summits, a well-known mountaineering objectives, are the highest peaks on each of the seven continents.

25/08/2018

TANZANIA TOURISM ROLLS OUT A WELCOME MAT FOR 100 MOUNTAINEERS.

Tanzania tour operators are rolling out the red carpet, eyeing a slice of thousands of mountaineers expected to ascend the Seven Summits later this year.

The Seven Summits, a well-known mountaineering objective, are the highest peaks on each of the seven continents.

24/07/2018

TANZANIAN POLICE TO REDUCE ROADBLOCKS ON TOURIST ROUTES.

Tanzania’s Police Force would reduce the number of roadblocks along the routes to the tourism attraction sites to offer the holiday-makers a hassle-free journey, a cabinet minister has announced.

The move is following complaints from Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) over thick presence of traffic police on the roads leading to tourists attractions, each competing to stop tourists’ vehicles for unnecessary checkup.