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Happy World Tourism Day 2018!

United Nations World Tourism Day is celebrated every 27 September around the world. It gives us the opportunity to raise awareness of Tanzania’s tourism contribution to sustainable development, and to thank all of our past, current and future clients for letting us show them the wonderful wildlife, people, landscape and heritage our country has to […]


Happy World Tourism Day 2017!

Everyone at Kiroyera Tours would like to wish our clients (current and past, local and international), a very Happy World Tourism Day! This years theme is ‘sustainability’ and recognizes the importance of international tourism: “in fostering better understanding among peoples everywhere, in leading to a greater awareness of the rich heritage of various civilizations and […]


Kiroyera Tours supports International Womens Day on 8th March 2016!

International Women’s Day is a global day (8th March) which celebrates the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. We are proud to support this important day through our unique tour,  ‘Tanzania through the eyes of voice of its Women’ which will be highlighted throughout March and operates all year long. This tour can be tailored […]


UN World Tourism Day successful celebrations in Bukoba!

Thank you to everyone who joined us in celebrating United Nations World Tourism Day last month! A day of productive round table talks on tourism development, community prize givings, local craft stalls and traditional song and dance groups all made this important day in world tourism so very special. The guest of honor at the […]


Emin Pasha memorial stone unveiled in Bukoka on World Tourism Day 2015

  Bukoba traces its roots back to 1890, when Emin Pasha (Eduard Schnitzer), a German doctor, naturalist and administrator, arrived on the western shores of Lake Victoria to help establish a German foothold in the African Great Lakes region. The area became known as German East Africa and included what are now Burundi, Rwanda, and […]