Published on : Thursday, March 16, 2017
Boosting trade links between Tanzania and Mauritius, the two countries have signed a one-year renewable Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) on joint venture promotional initiatives of the two countries’ tourism destinations particularly in USA, Australia, China, India and other tourists source market in Europe.
The agreement was inked by TANZANIA Tourist Board (TTB) on behalf of Tanzania and Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority (MTPA) on behalf of Mauritus. The main expected outcome of the MoU is to attract more visitors to both countries.
The Managing Director of Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB), Devota Mdachi and her counterpart of Mauritius Tourism Promotion Authority, Kevin Ramkaloan, signed the deal in the Mauritius pavilion at Messe Berlin in the ongoing ITB event.
Speaking during the signing ceremony of the agreement, Mdachi said that the two organisations have categorically agreed to join efforts in promoting their countries as the twin destination for the mutual benefits of their both respective countries by creating a conducive environment for tourists visiting Mauritius for beach holiday to also visit Tanzania for wildlife and adventure safaris.
Commenting on the same, Ramkaloan pointed out that the Authority was very much pleased to partner with TTB, since it has been their longtime outstanding intention to forge such a relationship due to the fact that the tourists visiting Mauritius wish to visit other exciting sites for their life history.
She said they as a result believed Tanzania was the right destination for tourists to definitely experience maximum enjoyment.