October 12, 2018
October 14, 2018
Julius Nyerere International Convention Centre,
Shaaban Robert St, Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
The 4th edition of S!TE - Swahili International Tourism Expo is Tanzania’s leading International indoor Tourism Expo, innovated & hosted by Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB).
The Expo was held from October 12th - 14th, 2018 at Julius Nyerere International Conference Center. The S!TE 2018 dates were well chosen to be between MKTE (03. to 05.10.18) and the ZTS-Zanzibar Tourism Show (October 17 to 20.10.18). It gave all international buyers/travel agents an excellent opportunity to visit three East African tourism fairs during one business trip only, and to enjoy Fam Trips in between the fairs.
Dar is a vibrant fast growing African city & the business capital of United Republic of Tanzania. The city provided excellent business and leisure opportunities & is known as the traffic hub for all Indian Ocean and East African countries.
S!TE 2018 hosted 150+ exhibitors from more than 13 different African countries, including Tanzania Mainland, Zanzibar, Kenya, and other East and Southern African countries. The Expo focused on inbound and outbound travel business to and within Africa. Hundreds of Travel & Tourism professionals from all over the world are attended the three day expo. A well-managed Hosted Buyer program showcased the travel possibilities in Tanzania – within & beyond the well-known attractions in 16 National Parks, around Mount Kilimanjaro and on the beautiful beach Island of Zanzibar, conservation & sustainable tourism, as well as tropical tourism and traveling within East Africa, were additional subjects of promotion at S!TE 2018.
S!TE provides a new & effective trade fair concept to connect the B2B travel industry, surrounded by seminars, workshops & conferences. TTB appointed KILIFAIR Promotion Company Ltd as their partner to organize
S!TE 2018 in the most professional way. KILIFAIR has years of experience in tourism trade fairs and is well-known for its excellent Tourism networking events in East Africa.