Luanda - The Tourism Promotion Institute (Infotur) and TAAG presented today a “Stopover” tourism project, which allows tourists in transit, on the same trip, to know other regions of Angola, before their final national or international destination.
Luanda - A World Bank (WB) office will be open in Luanda this year, in September, with the aim of financing private investments in the tourism sector, the institution’s representative in Angola, Olivier Jacques Lambert, has said.
Luanda - Angolan Foreign minister Manuel Augusto has considered priority the promotion of tourism options and many unexplored natural resources in Angola by diplomatic missions and consulates in the context of diplomatic and foreign policy.
Luanda - The former president of France, François Hollande, said last Thursday in Luanda that the development of tourism depends on the existence of infrastructures and a strong tourism policy, which enables the attraction of national and foreign tourists.
Luanda -The capital of Angola, Luanda, holds 60 percent of the country?s tourist facilities, while the remaining 40 percent are scattered over the nation?s other 17 provinces, the Hotels and Tourism minister, Angela Bragança, said on Thursday.
Luanda - The former Mayor of London, Ken Livingston, last Thursday in Luanda said that Angola is a country still to be known and with a promising future in terms of tourism.
Luanda - Angolan head of State João Lourenço Thursday in Luanda invited the leaders of the main world hotel chains to invest in Angola, mainly in the tourism sector.
Luanda - Angolan President João Lourenço said Thursday in Luanda that the Government willingly welcomed the Presidential Golf Day and the World Tourism Forum, international events that help promote the image of Angola.