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Mozambique participates in tourism fair in Durban, South Africa

Mozambique is one of 26 African countries taking part in the African Tourism Fair in Durban, South Africa. Lasting four days (May 13-16), the event brings together 1,030 exhibitors, with the aim of promoting the tourism potential of the African continent.

According to Rádio Moçambique, more than 300 products will be on display, with the aim of attracting global investment and involving marketing companies, airlines and international travel agencies.

Mozambique’s ambassador to South Africa, Maria Manuela Lucas, will represent the country at the event and will take part in a high-level debate on tourism in Africa.

“The debate session will be attended by African tourism ministers, policy makers and sector experts, who will share ideas and discuss relevant issues,” added RM.

The director of Promotion Services at the National Tourism Institute, Hiuane Abacar, stressed that the event will be an opportunity to show the world that Mozambique is a tourist destination of excellence. The 20 Mozambican exhibitors’ mission is to attract more investors to the country.

“National tourism is recovering. We had some difficulties during the covid-19 period, but we are rebuilding the sector,” he concluded.

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