Mon, 28 Sep 2020 10:16 - Updated Mon, 28 Sep 2020 14:28
Private sector urged to make tourism sector profitable
Cambundi-catembro - The government of the northern Malanje province has invited Business class to participate in creation of support services for tourist areas, aimed at boosting and making the activity profitable.
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The challenge was launched by deputy governor for political, economic and social sphere of Malanje province, Domingos Eduardo on Sunday.
Speaking on the sidelines of a tourist excursion to the Bem-casados Falls, in Cambundi-catembo municipality, Domingos Eduardo recalled that the region boasts more than 100 tourist attraction points.
He said that most of which lack support services, calling for private operators to invest in the creation of restaurant, accommodation and other services, in order to attract more tourists and make the activity more profitable.
The official who predicted greater demand for tourist services in the post-covid-19 period, said it was crucial the businessperson to plan for the creation of such services.
In turn, the director of the Provincial Office for Culture, Tourism, Youth and Sports, Fernandes Cristóvão, said that the ministry and the local government are finalising the map and tourist itinerary for Malanje, which, in a first phase, will integrate attractions of the municipalities of Cambundi-catembo, Calandula, Mucari, Cacuso, Cangandala and Malanje.
The tourism excursion was sponsored by the Provincial Office for Culture, Tourism, Youth and Sports, to mark the World Tourism Day on Sunday.
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