Marriott International announced the opening of its second Four Points by Sheraton hotel in Tanzania, Four Points by Sheraton Dar es Salaam, New Africa Hotel.
Kananga Special Tented Camp, Seronera, in the Serengeti National Park, Tanzania, has announced that the seasonal camp will now be open all year.
Tanzania’s government, through the Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) has established a special unit, the National Convention Bureau, which will be responsible for the organisation and promotion of conference tourism to the country.
Tanzania is set to become one of Ireland’s holiday destinations of choice, according to UK-based tour firm, Travel Counsellors.
Tanzania’s government announced a new initiative, Tanzania Unforgettable, which aims to grow tourism in the country.
The government of Tanzania revealed it hopes to use golf as a marketing tool for unexplored tourism attractions.
The government of Tanzania plans to develop beach tourism as a drawcard.
Tanzania reported the US as its biggest source market for tourism, according to data compiled by the country’s natural resources and tourism ministry.
Ruaha Balloon Safaris officially launched in Tanzania in June, operated by Serengeti Balloon Safaris, with flights taking off near Msembe on the Ruaha River.
The government of Tanzania has pledged to undertake an environmental impact assessment for its proposed hydroelectric plant in the Selous Game Reserve. This follows international opposition to the proposal of the Stiegler’s Gorge power plant.