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Tanzanian president admires Jamaican tourism

01/12/2009 12:39

jamaicaImpressed with Jamaican tourism, Tanzanian President Jakaya Kikwete said his country can learn a lot from the Caribbean Island of Jamaica.


The president toured the islands of Jamaica and Trinidad & Tobago last week and he agreed that Tanzania's tourism sector was under-performing compared to the natural heritage available in the East African country.


President Kikwete called for radical measures that would help to spearhead tourism development in a country that boasts of wildlife, culture, ocean beaches and historical sites, which are all the leading tourist attractions in the African continent.


Mr. Kikwete explored both natural and man-made tourist attractions at Jamaica's Ocho Rios tourist hub in St. Ann region, where he expressed that he is envious of the achievements registered by the Caribbean country.


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