(Posted 04th May 2022)
By Kunda Mulenga-Mbewe
Zambia is exhibiting at Africa’s Travel Indaba in Durban, South Africa. The Travel INDABA returns after a two-year absence due to the Coronavirus which affected the globe. The INDABA runs from 3rd to 5th May and a delegation from the Ministry of Tourism and the Zambia Tourism Agency have a stand at the INDABA to showcase Zambia’s Tourism Products and Offerings.
Minister of Tourism. Honorable Rodney Sikumba, MP is heading the delegation and has had meetings with his counterpart from Uganda, Minister of State for Tourism, Wildlife and Antiquities, Honorable Bahinduka Martin Mugara. He also met with his South African Counterpart, Minister of Tourism, Lindiwe Sisulu.
Minister of Tourism. Honorable Rodney Sikumba, MP also had a meeting with Director for Africa at UNWTO, Elsia Grandcourt to discuss continued collaboration between the UNWTO and Zambia in the areas of capacity building, tourism and product development.
18 African Countries are participating at INDABA and provides a platform for benchmarking, networking and remarkable business deals. Various meetings have been arranged with Tour Operators, Travel Agents, Tourism Boards, Airlines and Destination Management Companies.