Exhibitors are established Tanzanian businesses and organisations, who provide products and services to the domestic tourism sector.
Contact details are provided.
Association of Women in Tourism Tanzania
Photo: Teresia B Msanga & Khalid R Msangi man the AWOTTA & EXPO registration desk
AWOTTA is at the forefront of lobbying and advocacy for women’s development and equality in the tourism sector. Its mission also includes the establishment of tourism as a career path for school children, and a commitment to driving forward the nations tourism agenda, particularly the domestic tourism sector.
At the EXPO AWOTTA issued 19 new membership application forms and enrolled 6 new members for WITIA. Membership is open all year round for women involved in tourism.
Tanzania Women Chamber of Commerce was established in 2005 by groups of women with the aim of creating a platform to raise their voices in the business world.
Members join as entrepreneurial individuals or are from companies, the business community and women associations across Tanzania. They are an influential group who meet regularly to advocate, lobby and network for the well being of their businesses and the prosperity of women entrepreneurs across Tanzania. Membership is open all year round for women to join.
TanTrade work towards enhancing Tanzania’s economic performance through development and promotion of goods and services to both domestic and foreign markets.
Advisors to the government, Tantrade are centrally positioned to support national economic growth through trade development. Offering a focal point for business, they provide information, guidance and SME development programs. They are supporters of UWANDAE EXPO19 and businesses in the emerging domestic tourism sector.
Photo: Alistidia Karaze, William Sagware Halule & Husna Jumanne
Tourism makes a substantial contribution to the social and economic development of Tanzania, both domestically and Internationally.
Whether promoting its seven UNESCO World Heritage Sites or small community museums, TTB’s innovative and dynamic awareness campaigns have contributed significantly to the growth in tourist visitor numbers year on year.
With the backing of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, TTB will be working with AWOTTA on UWANDAE EXPO2020!
Pesapal Sabi is an all-in-one mobile point of sale solution that simplifies how you manage your business, as well as accept payments in your store or on the go!
All you need is a smartphone, a Pesapal Sabi App and card reader to take immediate debit or credit card payments from customers, It offers a quick and simple solution to all sized businesses, and to customers who are away from home and want to buy a service/product hassle free!
Kairuki Hospital is one of the leading private hospitals and nursing schools in Tanzania. Located in Dar es Salaam, it opened its doors to the public in 1987 and today offers a wide variety of inpatient services and facilities, plus has a growing reputation in paediatrics, surgical, diagnostics and women’s health services
It client and patients come from across Tanzania, with interest gaining pace from further afield with the worldwide growth in health tourism.
CAPS offers a selection of high quality, portable and waterless toilet systems within Tanzania.
With over 17 years experience, CAPS are experts in their business, and are firm advocates of the eco-friendly ‘compost toilet’ - which is a waterless toilet system that utilises the sun and wind to transform human waste into safe, pathogen free material. Clients include tourist and heritage sites, recreational and sports facilities and event organisers.
Tanzania Forest Services Agency (TFS) manages 506 forest reserves, which cover 55% of the country’s total land area.
They are mandated to sustainably undertake conservation, development and utilisation of Tanzania’s national forest and bee resources to contribute to the social, economic, ecological and cultural needs of present and future generations.
TFS was the lead sponsor of UWANDAE EXPO2019, recognising their crucial role in the development of domestic tourism across the nation.
TAWA is an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, and is responsible for 79% of protected areas in the country.
Its mission is to conserve and sustainably utilise wildlife resources in protected areas outside National Parks and the Ngorongoro Conservation Area. For this, TAWA collaborates with local communities and other national and international stakeholders for the benefit of both Tanzanians and the global community.
TANAPA is an autonomous organisation under the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. Based in Arusha, they are responsible for the nation’s 17 National Parks, with a mission to sustainably conserve and manage Tanzania’s park resources for future generations.
Tanzania’s national parks are consistently listed as the best in the world for wildlife viewing. TANAPA are proud of this achievement, and remain committed to providing high class tourism services to meet the needs of both the Tanzanian people and visitors from overseas.
The National College of Tourism has been in existence for 30 years and has over 700 students enrolled in campuses in Dar es Salaam (Bustani and Temeke) and Arusha.
NCT are committed to offering high quality education and training to all those wishing to take up lucrative and career enhancing positions in the hospitality and tourism industry - one of the fastest growing sectors of the Tanzanian economy.
Photo: Nehemia Mihayo, Emmual Zadock & Alexander Kalumbete
TAA operates, manages and develops all government owned airports and airstrips (total 58) in Tanzania mainland. The new state of the art terminal at Julius Nyerere Int. Airport in Dar es Salaam opens in 2019.
TAA are committed to providing high quality, cost effective airport services and facilities across Tanzania.The foundation of all their operations are based on safety and security as tourist numbers grow.
The Division of Antiquities operates within the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism. It is responsible for the conservation, preservation, protection and management of the cultural heritage resources of Tanzania.
Committed to sharing Tanzania’s cultural wealth with its people, they support regional initiatives that develop sites which encourage the Tanzanian people to visit and connect with their heritage.
Photo: Epifania Albert (Dimpo Crafty), Mariam H Chizenga & Happiness C Mboya
Dar es Salaam is the largest city and economic capital of Tanzania. It is one of the fastest growing cities in the world offering many trade opportunities for business and fascinating sites for visitors to enjoy.
The City Council is responsible for preservation of its buildings and its development as a tourism destination, including its local supply chain.
At the EXPO the stand had representatives from the Tourism Office, DARCH, Dimpo Crafty and Mariam Fashions.
Dar es Salaam Zoo is a wildlife and nature sanctuary on the Nguva River, dedicated to conserving and preserving plant and animal species.
The zoo is best known for having many animals endemic to Tanzania, including zebras, crocodiles, tortoises, gazelles, monkeys, hyenas, lions, leopards. It gives an opportunity for local residents and school children to learn about, respect and get close to Tanzania’s most spectacular wild animals.
The zoo offers a range of facilities including an exciting kids zone to enjoy!
MFP Moriah Banana Flour offices are based in Dar es Salaam.
Moriah banana flour is made from 100% dried unripe banana which is milled into a powder for cooking. It is a tasty, nutritious gluten-free healthy alternative to regular flour and as such is a popular ingredient in hotel kitchens for the increasing number of international and local guests who have wheat intolerance or allergies.
BE FORWARD is the no.1 used car importer within Tanzania. With offices in Dar es Salaam, Arusha and Zanzibar BE FORWARD provides residents across the country with a wide variety of imported Japanese vehicles and parts.
The reliability, durability and fuel efficiency of Japanese cars make them a perfect choice for those who travel regularly across and within Tanzania.
Kiroyera Tours have offices in Bukoba and Dar es Salaam. They provide a range of tourism services to domestic and international travellers, corporate groups and visiting friends and relatives.
Pioneers in bringing tourists to the Kagera region back in 2002, their consultancy arm work with businesses, organisations and government bodies in establishing and developing new travel and tourism services.
Photo: Vedastina M Peter, Lorita Katikiro & Alfredina Muranila
The Bukoba Kolping Hotel, owned by The Kolping Society of Tanzania, offers high quality services to tourists, travellers, conference organisers, wedding parties and entertainment seekers.
Located on the beautiful shores of Lake Victoria, the hotel offers comfortable accommodation set within beautiful gardens. Its welcoming environment, and delicious food and drinks, makes guests feel they are at home - which is why they are known as “a home away from home!”
Photo: Lugano Mwamunyange, Paul Maliyawatu & Rhoda Mwamunyange
Ngonga Beach Resort is a unique, luxurious hotel located at the heart of Ngonga Village in Kyela, Mbeya, Southern highlands Tanzania.
Ngonga Beach Resort opened in 2016 and has already built a reputation for excellence amongst domestic travellers and international tourists alike.
They have more than one acre of sandy beach along side Lake Nyasa and offer a host of activities for guests to enjoy from water sports to traditional village culture.
Photo: Anna Anthony, Martha Tsaxra & Angela Msangi
Tupendane Groups aim is to reduce new HIV infections in our community, to improve the lives of those affected, and to join together in confronting the stigma of HIV and AIDS.
They operate an integrated Tailoring and Life Skills project (INTALIFE) in Manzese, Dar Es Salaam giving employment opportunities to participants. The materials, clothes and accessories they craft are eye catching and beautifully made.
Photo: Lulu David
Safari Treasures is one of Dar es Salaam’s most unique stores.
Located in Mwenge Hand Craft Market, Lulu David offers an extensive range of ebony wood carvings, jewellery, paintings, clothing and hand made speciality gifts to both residents and tourists.
Journalists Friends Of Wildlife & Natural Heritage
JFW-NH was established by journalists, whose mission is to make Tanzania a haven of wildlife, environment and natural heritage.
Working with local communities, they advocate for wildlife conservation and protection in the national parks, game reserves and wildlife management areas; raise awareness of wildlife poaching; and educate people on the importance of planting trees and bee-keeping for the benefit of society.