Arusha. The Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (Tato) is seeking to convince the government to ease new Covid-19 restrictions to enable thousands of Israeli tourists to visit the country. Leading Israeli travel agents, who plan to bring nearly 2,000 tourists to Tanzania’s northern safari circuit in two months from August 2021, have written to Tato, asking […]

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Tato chairman Willard Chambulo made the passionate call yesterday when he met the new Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB) chairman, Judge (rtd) Thomas Mihayo who paid a courtesy call at Tato headquarters in Arusha. The two engaged in a number of cross-cutting issues. Arusha. The Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (Tato) has implored the government to […]

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In his brief comments shortly after inaugurating the ultra-modern Arusha Tourism and Diplomacy Police Station worth Sh193.6 million, meant to deal with tourism and diplomacy cases built by Tato members, Dr. Magufuli said the spirit was worth emulating. Arusha. President John Magufuli has commended the members of Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (Tato) for leading […]

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01 Sep 2020 AS the country’s tourism industry begins to recover with foreign arrivals increasing since June when the government lifted a temporary ban imposed on international airlines, United Nations Development Programme is backing efforts.UNDP in the country backed Tanzania Association of Tour Operators financially to convert a Toyota Landcruiser donated by Tanganyika Wilderness Camps, […]

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31 AUGUST 2020 THE United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has joined hands with Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) to revive the key industry to spur other businesses, recover thousands of lost jobs and generate revenue to the economy. Wildlife tourism in Tanzania continues to grow, with nearly 1.5 million tourists visit the country annually, […]

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August 29, 2020 The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) is supporting the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) to revive the Tanzania tourism industry to spur other businesses, recover thousands of lost jobs, and generate revenue to the economy. Wildlife tourism in Tanzania continues to grow with nearly 1.5 million tourists visiting the country annually, […]

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FRIDAY August 28, 2020 The UN Development Programme (UNDP) has extended financial support to the Tanzania Association of Tour Operators (TATO) to mitigate ripple effects of the Coronavirus disease (COVID-19) pandemic on the recovering tourism industry in Tanzania. Tanzania has since it opened its borders for tourists three months ago been struggling to revive its […]

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Tour operators in Tanzania have unveiled a pioneer private, state-of-the-art, waiting lounge at Kilimanjaro International Airport (KIA) as they seek to offer holidaymakers a hassle-free welcome after a stint of COVID-19. Tanzanian authorities have reopened its skies for international passenger flights from June 1, 2020, becoming the first country in the East African community to welcome tourists to […]

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Dear TATO Members, Kindly be informed that the Tourism Sector is still enjoying the status quo on VAT, following the successful advocacy done by TATO which entailed several presentations of facts to the various Parliamentary Committees and to other influential decision makers. The general feeling was that most decision makers seemed not to be aware [...]
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ACHIEVEMENTS 1ST JANUARY - 31 ST DECEMBER, 2014 MEETING ORGANIZED/ATTENDED BY TATO FROM JUNE, 2013 TODATE APPLICATION FORM FOR REGISTRATION AND LICENSE TO OPERATE AS A TOURISM OPERATOR TATO ELEPHANT PHOTO COMPETITION TATO's POSITION ON OPERATION TOKOMEZA UJANGILI AN UPDATE ON 2014 TALA APPLICATION - Click to Download TRA ANNOUNCEMENT ON ELECTRONIC FISCAL DEVICES (EFD) [...]
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The Strategic Plan has considered the need for TATO as a member based organization to effectively provide quality services to meet the needs of its members. The Plan recognizes the need for TATO to fully address itself to the following three major objectives set out in its Constitution: To facilitate members to provide marketable tourist [...]
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TATO has been approached by the Government to understand what we as an Association of operators are able and willing to provide either in expertise or services to those that have gone up to Samunge Village to seek treatment from Ambilikile Masapila. Follow discussions by the Council we feel that the following action by the [...]
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We are glad to inform you that in the course of creating good Business Environment for its members,TATO Council triggered by VAT proposal on the 2013/4 Budget resolved to meet Members of Parliament and give seminars on Tourism sector specifically on peculiarity of the Tourism Sector. This was intended for Budgetary Committee and that of [...]
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