DRC: Yves Bunkulu announces the holding of the 1st international tourism fair from December 7 to 8, 2020!

The Ministry of Tourism is organizing, from December 7 to 8, 2020, the first International Tourism Fair at Pullman Hôtel de Kinshasa.

These meetings will be spread over two days around the theme ” investment and promotion of tourism in the DRC “.

The Minister of Tourism, Yves Bunkulu Zola, announced it during a press briefing organized this Sunday, November 15, 2020, in the Show Buzz cinema hall.

The organization of this Fair has several objectives, namely to promote the destination of the DRC to many potential tourists; reflect on and discuss the promotion and accessibility of the tourist offer to identify the business opportunities that arise in the DRC.

DRC: Yves Bunkulu announces the holding of the 1st International Tourism Fair from December 7 to 8, 2020!  6

This Fair constitutes a framework for inviting investors and seeking funding for projects of tourist interest carried by private operators as well as by public entities or structures. It will highlight all segments of tourism including discovery tourism, business, leisure, adventure, sports, cultural and ecotourism. », Said Yves Bunkulu Zola.

Several activities are planned during this Fair, in particular presentations whose speakers will come from various backgrounds; the appointment of “DRC tourism ambassadors”; the “RDC tourisme Awards” trophy presentation; the ministerial meeting of tourism; entertainment and miscellaneous; the opportunities as well as the conferences which will be devoted to discovery and innovation.

DRC: Yves Bunkulu announces the holding of the 1st International Tourism Fair from December 7 to 8, 2020!  7

During the two days, key players from different economic sectors of the country will meet around four panels to share and discuss the development of tourism.

In panels, they will look at five themes: the development and promotion of domestic tourism, tourism standardization, investment tourism, risks and operational sector as well as accessibility in the territory, security and protection of tourists.

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