Ubuntu Experiences is planning to attend a series of travel trade events from November 2015 onwards. Please keep an eye on this page for dates and locations.
Tunisian tourism businesses Siroko Travel and Destination Dahar will be attending ITB for a study tour.
Tunisia Tourism Top from 16 through 19 April 2019
It is the aim of the Head Office and the Tunisian National Tourist Office in The Hague to achieve a further acceleration in the substantial growth of tourism last year.
During the program, it is our aim to discuss the opportunities to further develop tourism from The Netherlands to Tunisia. We will also take a closer look into sustainability and group travelling.
The program will most certainly include meetings with the new H.E. Minister of Tourism Mr RenéTrabelsi and the new ONTT Director General Mme Amel Hachani and will be hosted & moderated by Mr Frank Oostdam, director of ANVR.
Tunisian companies taking part on the IPD tourism market access program will get the opportunity to do speed networking with the Dutch tour operators.
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Are you visiting the Independent Hotel Show on 8 or 9 May in the RAI Amsterdam?
The Independent Hotel Show is coming to the Netherlands. Innovation and sustainability are very important features during this trade show and there are several interesting seminars. We’d love to see you at stand F80!
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Mon11Nov2019Thu14Nov20196:00 pmCopenhagen, Antwerp and Utrecht
Dear Africa travel and Fair Trade Tourism supporter,
You may have heard of Fair Trade Tourism and the many wonderful certified tourism experiences that are part of the FTT Familiy in Africa. The good news is they are coming to Europe later this year for an evening of speed marketing. This will be the first time FTT organises a roadshow but since the FTT Family is going from strength to strength and responsible tourism is becoming more important by the week the time was right for this initiative. In times of 'flygskam and overtourism' there are still some great travel choices we can all make.
So if you are looking for African responsible tourism experiences that make a real difference to people and places we love to visit then this is your chance to interact with these amazing business owners face-to-face.
Please save-the-date in your diary while we work on putting the FTT roadshow together and do let me know if you would be interested in attending. I will add you to our list of tour operators to keep informed of developments. The FTT companies are looking forward to meeting you!
Best wishes, Emilie