Jovago has expanded its activity to Mozambique adding around 100 hotel units to those already included in its electronic booking platform (http://www.jovago.com/), the company said in a statement.
The chief executive of the company, Paul Midy, said expansion to Mozambique would be successful, given that “Mozambique has some of the continent’s most beautiful beaches and also has other quality attractions such as the Gorongosa National Park and the Cahora Bassa dam.”
In a statement, the management of Jovago said that expansion to Mozambique comes at a time when the country has experienced major expansion in the number of tourists and the amount of investment, with more than 1.28 million tourists in the 2013/14 season, an annual increase of 14.9 percent.
The statement also pointed out that the Mozambican capital, Maputo already has hotel facilities of international quality, including units of the chains Serena Hotels, Pestana and Radisson Blu, among others. (macauhub/MZ)