Tanzania is safe and ready to receive tourists from all over the world after being endorsed by the World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC) to use a Safe Travel Stamp. This was Announced TTB MANAGING DIRECTOR, DEVOTA MDACHI, on 24th July 2020  Friday, as the World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC) endorsed Tanzania’s the use of ‘Safe Travels Stamp’.

The specially WTTC designed ‘Safe Travels Stamp’ will allow travelers and other Travel & Tourism stakeholders to recognize destination authorities and companies around the world that have implemented health and hygiene protocols that are aligned with WTTC’s Global Safe Travels Protocols.

The WTTC represents the global private sector of Travel & Tourism, with a mission to ensure the sector is seamless, secure, safe, inclusive and sustainable. WTTC raise awareness of Travel & Tourism’s value, not just as one of the world’s largest economic sectors, but also to the many communities and travelers enriched through their experiences.

Also, The Minister of Natural Resource and Tourism DR. HAMIS KIGWANGALLA  and different officials and Tanzania Artists on 11th  August 2020, Cerebrated together for the official launching of the Safe Travel Stamp, as potrayed under the picture below.

Dr. Hamis Kigwangalla and Most known Bongo Fleva Artists Diamond Plattinum and Hermonize on the picture above holding Safe Travels Stamp.

Most important information to inform the World is, Corona Virus is no more in Tanzania and We SHENGENA ADVENTURE COMPANY LIMITED is exited to Congratulate Tanzania for receiving the Safe Travel Stamp from World Travel & Tourism Council (WTTC). We welcome guests from all over the World to travel in Tanzania and also to travel with us for unforgettable safaris. We take all recommended precautions to insure safety to all our Customers by sanitizing our Vehicles before and throughout the safaris while our guides wear masks and observe social distance. This doesn’t mean that we fear of COVID-19, rather to sure you the security. COME AND SEE WHAT GOD HAS DONE TO US TANZANIANS.

Learn more about WTTC by clicking https://wttc.org/COVID-19/SafeTravels-Stamp-and-Assets