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179 sites identified for investment

Deputy Conservation Commissioner in the Research and Training section of the Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Mr Iman Nkuwi, has outlined lucrative investment opportunities in the country's tourism industry.

"We have earmarked a total of 179 investment sites for accommodation facilities with the capacity to add an extra 7,744 beds," Mr Nkuwi announced.

Mr Nkuwi emphasised that Tanzania welcomes investors willing to contribute to the development of state-of-the-art recreation facilities. He mentioned the establishment of wildlife captive facilities, luxury lodges and camps, beekeeping ventures, forestry projects and the rapidly growing MICE facility as key areas of focus.

His statement underscored the significant potential for expansion in Tanzania's hospitality segment, which is seen as pivotal to cater to the increasing influx of tourists drawn to the nation's rich biodiversity and unique cultural heritage.

The strategic locations of these investment sites, coupled with the government's supportive policies, present a golden opportunity for global investors to tap into Tanzania's thriving tourism industry.


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