Mozambique exhibits its tourism potential at Indaba fair in South Africa

11 May 2012

Maputo, Mozambique, 11 May – Mozambique is due to take part from 12 to 15 May in the Indaba 2012 tourism fair in neighbouring South Africa, a senior staff member of the marketing sector of the National Tourism Institute, Jeremias Manussa told Macauhub.

Manussa also said that Mozambique would be represented at the fair by 25 tourism operators including travel agencies and hotels, and that flagship airline Linhas Aéreas de Moçambique (LAM) would also be at the fair held in the coastal city of Durban and that, as the biggest tourism fair in Africa, was expected to attract 13,000 professional from across the world.

Manussa told Macauhub that the first two days would be set aside for professionals and that on the last two days visitors could find detailed information about Mozambique as a tourist destination.

Mozambique has been taking part in the Indaba fair since 1994, when it was represented by just two tourism operators.

Manussa also told Macauhub that this year Mozambique would take part in the London and Italian tourism fairs and was also likely to be in Malaysia, after taking part in tourism fairs in Portugal, Germany, and Spain earlier in the year.

One of the biggest tourist attractions in Mozambique is the Gorongosa National Park in Sofala province, along with its beaches and cuisine. (macauhub)