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East Africa Tourism Platform Board Member Advocating for Policy Change Through Effective Dialogue Work with us Submit Policy Issue East Africa Tourism Platform Enhancing Tourism services export capabilities Work with us learn More East Africa Tourism Platform

conduct Capacity building on tour operators and Hoteliers on products through destination training, familiarization trips, Workshops and regional expo

Strengthening and building institutional resources and human capacity for members. Work with us learn More

Policies and regulations review

Championing policy and regulatoring reforms on wildlife consevation and natural resources utilization

Regional Travel Trade competition

Loging for the region price competitiveness.Tax,levies and charges review.


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A vibrant and diverse single tourism destination providing exceptional experiences

The East Africa Tourism Platform (EATP) is the private sector body for tourism in East Africa, working towards promoting the interest and participation of the private sector in the East African Community (EAC) integration process. The East Africa Tourism Platform was established in July 2011 and became operational on April 2, 2012 with the support of TradeMark East Africa

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EABC – EATP Sign MoU To Champion Growth Of The EAC Tourism Sector

EAC-EATP to Market East Africa as a Single Tourist Destination…

EATP Celebrates World Tourism Day

The 2021 edition of World Tourism Day, with the theme of “Tourism for Inclusive Growth”, celebrates tourism’s ability to drive…

East Africa Tourism Platform Launches ‘Tembea Nyumbani’ Campaign

. The East Africa Tourism Platform has launched a three-month campaign dubbed “Tembea Nyumbani”….

Advisory policy briefs on key regional issues

More Than 30 advisory publications have been circulated to over 600 eac tourism policy makers, stakeholders and beyond.
Topics covered include : open sky policy, Hotel classification, Low cost airlines, Promoting destinations east Africa, Tourism business opportunities in EAC, Hotel investment, tourism taxes and levies among others.

Advocacy agenda

Members Capacity Building

Regional Marketing approach

Africa continental free trade area

Tourism Business Network

Awareness on regional issues

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