The Africa Travel Association (ATA) announced today that the Republic of Cameroon will host the 38th Annual ATA World Congress. The congress will bring together hundreds of tourism leaders and professionals from government, business and nonprofit sectors to promote tourism development to and across Africa from around the world.
“We are excited to partner with our longtime member Cameroon to bring tourism professionals looking to do business inAfrica to the country, where delegates will have the opportunity to build new connections, learn about the latest industry trends, and explore the country’s newest products,” said ATA Executive Director Edward Bergman.
ATA’s annual event in Africa offers a unique networking, learning and agenda-shaping platform for the most diverse group of buyers and sellers of Destination Africa of any travel industry event on the continent. Participants include African tourism ministers, industry professionals representing tourism boards, travel agencies and tour operators, conference and incentive operators, ground operators, airlines, and hotels, as well as the travel trade media. Participants from the corporate, non profit and academic sectors are also expected to attend along with leaders of the African Diaspora.
Delegates will have the opportunity to explore Destination Cameroon’s products, including an abundance of natural and cultural resources with strong cultural heritage and eco-tourism products ripe for growth, during Host Country tours and learn about the newest hotels, offerings and incentives. Pre and post congress trips are also available.
Africa Travel Association, africatravelassociation.org/events/ac.html