By Anwynn Louw, Digital Marketing Assistant “Responsible Tourism Tanzania is an association of voluntary members who believe in a sustainable approach to tourism in Tanzania”.
We are incredibly proud to be awarded the Resilient Tourism Business Award in Africa by The Global Travel and Tourism Resilience Council in 2019.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager BBC One‘s latest mini-series, Serengeti, aired its first episode earlier this month. Each episode follows the lives and intertwined stories of several animals that call these plains home while showcasing the intense drama and action that accompanies the area’s distinctive wildlife.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager The Highlands has officially made the Travel + Leisure’s World’s Best List! This is the first Asilia property to be recognised on the World’s Best List and debuting at number 29 in the world is something we are incredibly proud of. Thank you to everyone who took the time to vote for us.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager Disney’s latest remake of The Lion King premieres this month. The fresh take on Disney’s seventh highest-grossing film of all time has audiences around the world waiting in anticipation.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager We are delighted to have been acknowledged by Tanzania National Parks Authority (TANAPA) in their inaugural Tourism Awards which acknowledge the important contributions of tourism stakeholders in different areas.
By Clarissa Hughes The Ruaha landscape in southern Tanzania is recognized globally for its outstanding biodiversity and species endemism. The European Union formally identified it as a Key Landscape for Conservation. Home to 10% of the world’s remaining lions Ruaha is an important contributor to the big cats’ continued existence.
On the 5th of June, the Tanzanian Tour Guide Awards announced their yearly winners. We could not be prouder of Moinga Timan, who was awarded The Tanzanian Guide of the Year Award for 2019! An incredible accomplishment that is a testament to Moi’s passion for wildlife. It is absolutely a well-deserved award that acknowledges the dedication and hard work he has put in over the years.
By Britta Foulis – Content Marketing Manager On the 5th of June, it was announced that the Hadza communities of the Yaeda Valley in northern Tanzania had won a 2019 Equator Prize. The United Nations Development Programme’s Equator Initiative “brings together the United Nations, governments, civil society, businesses and grassroots organisations to recognise and advance local, sustainable development solutions for people, nature and resilient communities.”
“We’ve winnowed our choices and given the gold to getaways that will deliver the best memories ever.” – Brides Magazine