Tanzanian Educational Travel and Tourism Training Company for Tour Management, Tourism Professionals, Tour Directors and Guides, Hospitality Management, Foreign Languages and Customized Group Travel Program for Colleges, Schools, Universities, Organizations and Families.
Tanzania allows you to get close to the soul of the African wilderness, to conquer the roof-top of Africa, to soak up the azure waters of the Indian Ocean, to experience the magic and the maze of valleys on the spice island, to marvel at breathtaking vistas and landscapes, and to coexist in perfect harmony with the natural environment and wildlife that inhabits it. Travel with Domestic Tourism Safaris to experience the rhythms and colors of Tanzania safari that echo through this enchanting land.
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If you are thinking of spending your next holiday viewing the prolific wildlife of Africa, scaling the continent’s highest mountain, or relaxing on the palm fringed shores of the Indian Ocean, then traveling around East Africa will be your quintessential safari destination.The natural resources in East Africa are plentiful. Domestic Tourism safaris promotion company (DTSPCO) realized that the country’s immense natural resources, if well managed, would soon make bigger growth of our economy.
Why the East Africans?
East Africa is one of the leading tourism hotspots in Africa, alongside North Africa and Southern region. Tourism is a vital sector for the entire East African trading block and, as a key foreign exchange earners, has contributed immensely to the development of the region. Besides foreign exchange, the industry also creates thousands of employment opportunities for East Africans. The East African community (EAC) is a regional inter – governmental organization comprising of five partner states – Burundi, Rwanda, Uganda, Kenya and Tanzania. The Community was re-established through the treaty establishing the EAC, which was signed in 1999 and came into force in 2000. The treaty for the establishment for the EAC which was signed on November 30, 1999 and entered into force on July 7, 2000 has four (4) integration pillars – the customs union, the common market, the monetary union and ultimately, the political federation. For that reason that is why Domestic Tourism safaris promotion Company (DTSPCO) is focusing much more on East Africans as the number one top priority in its marketing plan simply because of business opportunities that exist within the East African community (EAC).