THE TANZANIA TOUR GUIDE AWARDS SECOND SEASON - OCTOBER 13TH 2017 AT JNICC.
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The Tanzania Tour Guide Awards second season - October 13th 2017 at JNICC.
After the pungent excitement of the Tanzania Tour Guide Awards 2016 held at Sun Down Carnival Hall in Arusha, generously supported by Tanzania National Park (TANAPA), Ngorongoro Conservation Area Authority (NCAA), Tanzania Tourist Board (TTB), Tanzanite Experience, Adventure & Leisure Magazine, Karibu Auto Works, Macho Halisi, Cocacola, and Precission air, we are pleased to announce the Tanzania Tour Guide Awards second season ceremony scheduled to take place at Swahili International Expo in Dar es Salaam
Best Safari Guide Award went to Miss Nsiande Gabriel of Asilia and the Best Mountain Guide of the year went to Boniface Nkunda of African Environment.
“I wanted to take someone by the arm and say, listen, there is an opportunity for a female to take the lead in bush life, and this is how we do it, and this is what female guides’ lives are like, and without doubt female tour guides are trending and highly needed and the opportunity exists,” said Nsiande.”
Not only did awards go to the two above names but also awarded was the Best Porter as well as the Best Chef. You can find out who the other award winners are at https://www.facebook.com/tourguideawards/
The success of the tourism industry most of the times relies on the performance of tour guides in various destinations because tour guides provide the required information to visitors.
Tour guides, cooks and porters are also known to have the powers to make a trip enjoyable or boring. It is further argued that when tour guides are able to produce quality service to guests or visitors, the image and reputation of the destination improves.
It is hard to utilize solely a single description for tour guiding due to a diversity of functions undertaken by them (tour guides).
It is our sincere hope that the Awards ceremony will be a catalyst to many other tourism stakeholders to get involved into supporting the great roles partaking by these ambassadors.
“Nothing Beats Local Knowledge”