Luanda - The Angolan Mass Media minister, João Melo, assured last Saturday night in Luanda that his sector will work in partnership with tourism in order to develop the sector in the framework of the growth of the economy of Angola.More about this news
Menongue - The Governor of the southern Cuando Cubango province, Pedro Mutindi, pointed out on Monday in Menongue, the tourism sector as one of the attractions of reaping financial revenues.
Luanda - The minister of Hotels and Tourism, Ângela Bragança, is since last Wednesday in Berlin, Germany, where she is representing the country in the International Tourism Trade Fair of Berlin (ITB), happening from 07 to 12 March.
Luanda - The commune of Mussulo Island, Talatona municipality, in Luanda, is one of the places chosen by many national and foreign tourists, for the New Year's Eve parties. A source from Mussulo's communal administration said the prevision indicates that is expected to receive around 6000 tourists by the time of year.
Calandula - The surrounding area of Calandula Falls one of the seven natural wonders of Angola based in northern Malanje Province will have in the short term, a hotel of reference, which will make it possible to encourage young people access to their first job and the growth in the region.
Cabinda - At least 1.396 tourists visited the northern Cabinda province in 2016, said Tuesday in this city, the head of department of hotel and tourism, of the provincial secretary of Commerce, António Baza.
Luanda - The Secretary of State for Tourism, Alfredo Kaputo, presented Tuesday the national tourism strategies during a round table on tourism held in Marrakesh, Morocco.
Luanda - The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism has announced it will invest in the promotion and development of the domestic tourism. This was announced in Luanda by the Tourism minister, Paulino Baptista, during the official ceremony of closing of the 5th edition of the International Tourism Fair “Bitur-Okavango”, that included a cycle of conferences and the presentation of the Tourism Operative Plan (POT).
Luanda - The Association of Travel Agencies and Tour Operators in Angola (AAVOTA) intends to work with more agencies to develop tourism in the country, said the president of the organisation, Catarina Oliveira.