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The capital city of Ethiopia, Addis Ababa, has recently hosted the 59th Meeting of the UNWTO Commission for Africa. Held between 18-21 April, the Commission included a High-level Meeting on Chinese Outbound Tourism to Africa, where regional representatives debated the potential that the sector brings to the continent.
The tourism industry in Ethiopia although it has transformed tremendously with massive infrastructure development and new investments for the past few weeks, it still at its infant stage with so much to improve and develop to host its long awaited 2.5 million foreign visitors.
Fumba Town’s first-of-its-kind sustainable real estate development, offers modern and affordable living as well as commercial space with unique investment opportunity available in the growing real estate market. Developed by CPS live Ltd., a Zanzibar-based German company, Fumba Town Development houses are state-of-the-art composition of multi-layered, fast growing plantation wood, fibre reinforced composite and fibre insulation. All materials are chosen according to German quality standards, complying with the requirements of the local ecosystem and treated for complete safety against parasites; thus coexisting harmoniously with environment and respecting the beauty and abundance of nature.
DoubleTree by Hilton, Stone Town Zanzibar, Tanzania. Interview with Josour Magazine Monthly & Online
These are exciting times for DoubleTree by Hilton in Tanzania and of course Zanzibar, share with us some of your experience in this emerging destination.
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Kenya has recorded steady growth in the Meetings, Conference, and Incentives industry, per a recent report by the Kenya Tourism Board (KTB). In 2016 alone, the MICE industry accounted for 13% of total international tourism arrivals; mostly consisting of business travellers. In 2015, the sector welcomed 117,630 tourists, recording a remarkable 14% increase on 2014 and marking a total contribution of 15.6%, of the total international arrivals for the year.
Ethiopia has made a history, shifting the gear of its economy to industry and tourism; the two sectors are untapped. The country’s huge potential for tourism comes from its ancient historical remains, culture, and stunning natural sights which continue to attract big investments from the world’s acclaimed brands. Ethiopia had the milestone on the tourism sector, signing a major deal with AccorHotels group to open over 500 rooms in Addis Ababa; the biggest diplomatic base of the continent.