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Tanzanian Minister for Natural Resources and Tourism, Dr Hamisi Kigwangalla, has launched a domestic tourism promotion initiative in Dar es Salaam, which focuses on key stakeholders in the tourism sector.
The Domestic Tourism Promotion Initiative was developed to raise awareness about the country’s various tourist attractions to Tanzanians and foreigners living in the country.
"Our efforts are specifically designed to complement the government's efforts to promote domestic tourism and also mitigate the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, which has hit the tourism sector hard," said Steering Committee Chairman of the initiative, Mkumbwa Ally.
Ally said some of the key features of the campaign would be conducted in phases. Basic skills training on the tour guide profession and porter services will be conducted, as well as customer service training in the hospitality industry such as hotels and restaurants.
"This training, set to to benefit over 100 000 people, will focus on the unemployed youth who have a passion for the tourism sector but lack knowledge on how to move forward,” explained Ally.
“We will start rolling out this campaign in the Lake Zone and then move to other zones across the country. There will also be an array of cultural and sporting events that will form part of the campaign."
Ally added that the events would be a forum to bring people together so that their businesses could reopen at full capacity and support the national economy, adding that all health precautions would be observed at all the events.

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Selling Tanzania brochure
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Coffee production in Tanzania is a significant aspect of its economy as it is Tanzania's largest export crop. Tanzanian coffee production averages between 30-40,000 metric tons annually of which approximately 70% is Arabica and 30% is Robusta. The nine main growing regions of Arabica are in: North Kilimanjaro. Mbeya, Matengo Highlands, Mbinga
Usambara Mountains, Iringa,Morogoro, Kigoma, Ngara

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Selling Tanzania brochure
Selling Tanzania brochure
The Great Wildebeest Migration - the annual migration of giant herds of grazers across Northern Tanzania and Kenya is a truly spectacular event. Over two million wildebeest, zebras and gazelles move through the Serengeti and Masai Mara ecosystems in search of green pasture, in a regular pattern.

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Selling Tanzania brochure
Selling Tanzania brochure
This last 3 months has been the longest time that our pilots have not flown hot air balloons since they qualified as pilots, and some of them qualified a very long time ago!
So, in the name of safety, they are now in Serengeti, conducting what we call ‘base checks’. These are a re-examination of their flying skills and a test of their preparedness for all eventualities that may occur during a balloon flight, normally conducted every 6 months. All this under the beady eye of Captain Abeid Soka, our Director of Flight Operations and Chief Pilot. The maintenance team is also thoroughly inspecting each envelope, basket, burner and fuel system this week too, it’s an exciting prospect, to be able to start flying again soon.

And let’s not forget the rest of the team, polishing, painting and cleaning, in a Seronera that’s full of wildebeest!

So, when will we start? We do need to have sufficient guests to keep us busy enough and the enquiries are starting to come in, so we will be open for bookings from 15th July but we could easily open earlier if we have enough enquiries to make it viable.

We have also implemented some biosafety protocols, to keep our guests and staff as safe as possible, these include:

1. Staff temperature check at the start of each day.
2. Hand Sanitisers available in each vehicle.
3. All staff, including pilots, to wear facemasks.
4. Guests to be issued with disposable facemasks if they don’t have their own.
5. Vehicles to be disinfected after each day.
6. Baskets to be disinfected before passengers board.
7. Guest temperature check when met for transfer.
8. All guests to have window seats in vehicles, no
middle seat.
9. More space per person at breakfast.
10. Waiters to wash hands every 15 minutes during breakfast and Champagne toast.
11. Hand washing stations available at Breakfast and Toast.

For flights that take place before September 2020, we will reduce the number of guests per basket compartment, unless they are all from the same party, in order to provide some social distancing but it must be understood that, like all aviation, 1.5-2m social distancing will not be possible.
We will keep you updated.
Selling Tanzania brochure
Selling Tanzania brochure
Relaunch of Scheduled Flying - By *Dixita Patel, Coastal Aviation - Source ATTA News

There are signs that the COVID-19 pandemic is moving towards a new stage as many countries are starting to ease their lockdowns, and even in our own Tanzania, airspace is being opened up.
We are sworn Aviation professionals, Safety is our #1 Priority. But now, even more so! We have rolled out our Safety & Operational Policy for dealing with this crisis, both to protect ourselves and our customers.
We will communicate more on this via our usual channels. Essentially, this new modus operandi will require us to take more heed of our hygiene standards, whilst getting comfortable with the new norms of wearing masks and maintaining social distancing of 2 meters or more, of sanitizing our aircraft, of screening our passengers, of continuing to wash and sanitize our hands, etc. I am sure these rules will evolve and we too will continue to adapt as new information emerges.
We appreciate your patience and trust during these unprecedented times. Since the world closed down, Coastal has been monitoring the impact on the travel industry caused by COVID-19. We've strived to keep you posted on all matters of our flight operations and we've decided to relaunch some scheduled operations, starting from 15th June 2020.
We've put in place many safeguards as described above. Your patience and adherence will be very much appreciated, as we do our utmost to ensure the safety and security of yourself and your fellow passengers.
For any bookings queries, our staff will be attending to you through the below channels:

Email: reservations@coastal.co.tz
Phone: +255 699 999 999 extension 200

To all our Partners; Tour Operators, Travel Agents, and the entire customer fraternity, kindly reach out to the Sales and Marketing Manager, Beatrice Muia (beatrice.muia@coastal.co.tz) for contract rates & Marketing collaboration.

Rest assured, we will offer optimum flexibility, to accommodate our customers to the best of our ability.

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Auric Air resumes flights to IRINGA and SONGEA from 14 June 2020

Dar es salaam to IRINGA, 2 X Weekly
Wednesday and Sunday

Dar es salaam to SONGEA, 2 X Weekly
Wednesday and Sunday

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