The Pacific Asia Travel Association and the Africa Travel Association have officially renewed their partnership by signing a memorandum of understanding. The deal will strengthen cooperation in developing the visitor economies of the two fastest growing regions in the world.
The World Food Travel Association (WFTA), the world’s leading authority on food tourism, and the Africa Travel Association (ATA), the world’s leading travel industry trade association promoting tourism to Africa, announced today the signing of a memorandum of understanding that supports both organisations’ endeavors to market and promote awareness of African food and drink to the world’s travelers.
Delegates from around the globe, including more than twenty African countries, attended the Africa Travel Association’s sixth annual U.S.-Africa Tourism Seminar (USATS), which was the most successful ATA industry event staged in the U.S. to date.
Africa Travel Association (ATA) announced that Zambia and Zimbabwe will co-sponsor the seventh annual ATA Presidential Forum on Tourism, joining the Tanzania Tourist Board and Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA), as well as South African Airways (SAA).
The President of Benin, HE Dr. Boni Yayi; Vice President of Uganda, HE Edward Kiwanuka Ssekandi; and tourism leaders from Tanzania and the Gambia will attend a high-level event on Thursday, September 27, along with African heads of state, vice presidents, and ministers, as well as tourism leaders to participate in the seventh annual Africa Travel Association Presidential Forum on Tourism at New York University.
The Africa Travel Association (ATA) announced today that the Republic of Cameroon will host the 38th Annual ATA World Congress, ATA’s largest international tourism industry meeting, in 2013. The congress will bring together hundreds of tourism leaders and professionals from government, business and nonprofit sectors to promote tourism development to and across Africa from around the world.
The Africa Travel Association (ATA) announced today that registration is now open for the 37th Annual World Congress, to be held from May 18-22, in Victoria Falls, Zimbabwe, one of the world’s top natural wonders and adventure capitals.
New York – African and global tourism leaders gathered at New York University last Tuesday, September 20, 2011, to discuss the need to raise the profile of travel and tourism on Africa’s political and economic agendas and to establish networks of collaboration to raise Africa’s tourism profile on the global tourism stage.