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Karibu Travel and Trade Fair

 

 

Every May, travel agents and tour operators converge below Mount Kilimanjaro and the crater of Mt. Meru for the East African travel event of the year. Originally it started to showcase East African tour operators and destinations, the Karibu Travel and Trade Fair has been so successful that its reputation has spread to the travel industry overseas, and each year attendance by exhibitors and visitors far exceeds the former.

The Karibu Travel and Trade Fair takes place in May, and is held in the town of Arusha, just hours away from main safari destinations in Tanzania. Mt. Kilimanjaro, Lake Manyara, Tarangire, Ngorongoro Crater, and the Serengeti are literally on your doorstep. In 2004, over 170 participants from East Africa — lodges, tour and camp operators — displayed their products and met with international visitors to encourage and promote tourism in East Africa.

During the fair, overseas agents and delegates meet with exclusive tour operators, lodge managers, safari guides, and the people who add that special touch to a Tanzanian safari that makes it such a memorable experience. Agents have the opportunity to visit the properties they promote firsthand, and get to know the companies their business supports. The Karibu Travel and Trade Fair allows visiting delegates the opportunity to experience the warm hospitality of East Africa while networking and expanding business contacts at the same time — an irresistible combination.

For more information, please visit Karibu Fair

The whole of East Africa in one place, at one time…

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