Digital solutions for enhanced traffic management in the Serengeti National Park. Please download the document here.
TANZANIA’s tourism sector has recorded remarkable success in 2021 in terms of the number of visitors and revenue that went up by 76 per cent amid Covid – 19 pandemic. Read more here
“The data speaks volumes on the positive impact of UNDP’s backed TATO and the Government initiatives have had in the tourism industry,” said TATO CEO, Mr. Sirili Akko, adding: “I believe this is just the beginning of our journey in building back better a tourism industry that is inclusive, resilient, and prosperous”. Read more here
The chairman of the 300 plus members flamboyant Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO), Mr. Wilbard Chambulo, says the cable cars project seems to be a fantasy, as it is impossible for a business to make a windfall profit in the first year. Read more here
United Nations Development Programmes (UNDP) Tanzania through its Green Growth and Innovation Disruptions project is in collaboration with the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) and UNWTO supporting the preparation for the integrated tourism and LED strategy. To read more please click here
United Nations Development Program (UNDP) Tanzania through its Green Growth and Innovation Disruptions project is in collaboration with the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) and UNWTO supporting the preparation for the integrated tourism and LED strategy. To read more please click here
Tanzania New Travel Advisory As of 17th March 2022, a negative PCR test is no longer required for vaccinated travelers to enter Tanzania.Please read the extract from the official Government notice link. ❓ Question:My vaccination card does not have a QR code, what should I do? 💡 Answer:In three easy steps, you can get your […]
On 28th March 2022, continuing collaboration between TATO and UNDP brought to Arusha some of the key tourism stakeholders to a round table discussion on a Roadmap to linking Tourism Industry & Local Economic Development (LED) in the Four Tourism Circuits in Tanzania. UNDP Resident Representative Mrs. Christine Musisi graced the occasion, with UNWTO Deputy […]
TANAPA – Tanzania National Parks announced new fees, valid from 1st July 2022 till 30th June 2023. Please download the document here.
Following last week’s Tanzania Travel Advisory No.10, fully vaccinated travelers are also no longer requested to present a negative Covid-19 test to enter Zanzibar. Please download Zanzibar Travel Advisory No.10 here.
A negative PCR test is no longer required for vaccinated travelers to enter Tanzania. Please read the extract from the official Government notice. The Government of the United Republic of Tanzania (URT) through Ministry responsible for Health (mainland) continues to enhance prevailing preventive measures against the spread of COVID-19 including those related to international travel. […]
Stakeholders of the tourism industry gathered in Moshi, Kilimanjaro region on 8th March 2022, to implement the directive of Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, Dr. Damas Ndumbaro, to deliberate and vote for or against the proposed Cable Car on Mount Kilimanjaro. There were eleven Member-based Organizations whose members attended and voted against the proposed project, […]
Overwhelming attendance of stakeholders in Moshi on 8th March 2022. Visit TATO Photo Gallery for images from NO CABLE CARS ON MOUNTAIN KILIMANJARO