TravelTalkRADIO broadcasting from Tanzania

June 6, 2008 at 10:18 am Leave a comment

California-based tourism & travel broadcaster “TravelTalkRADIO” attended the 33rd African Travel Association’s (ATA) annual meeting last week in Arusha/Tanzania and produced a series of interviews with key people related to tourism in Africa. We have picked the interviews which deal with Tanzania for you.

  • Tanzania is one of the view countries to have a permanent secretary to Tanzania’s Ministry of Natural Resources and Tourism, Mrs. Blandina Nyoni. Listen to what she says about her role: Interview with Blandina Nyoni.
  • Mr. Gerald Bigurube, Director General of Tanzania National Parks (TANAPA) gives an insight into the concept of the Tanzanian National Park and its future development: Interview with Gerald Bigurube.
  • Prof. Pius Yanda from Dar-es-Salaam University won a Nobel Prize about climate change together with Al Gore. He explains about the relevance of the topic for Tanzania and Africa: Interview with Prof. Pius Yanda.
  • The Ngorongoro Crater is one of Africa’s top attractions and one of the biggest natural wonders of the world. Asantael Melita, principal officer of the Ngorongoro Conservation area talks about challenges to the conservation area such as the rising number of tourists and cultivation of local people taking place within the protecte area: Interview with Asantael Melita.

You can listen to all of TravelTalkRADIO’s recent reports about Africa here. Also don’t miss their weekly travel life stream, every Sunday 9 – 11am US Pacific Time. 

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