Rwanda makes attempts to tap in the Chinese market – Rwanda safari news
The destination Rwanda which is one of the popular destinations in the region with counts of world travelers planning their safaris to Rwanda, it has to go ahead to expand the scope of its market pool.
Rwanda which is worldly re-known for the mountain gorilla population something that has formed a strong ground for gorilla trekking safaris in Rwanda has set out to participate in the Chinese International Expo in Guilin in a bid to explore into the gigantic tourism market of China.
The expo that lasted three (3) consecutive days in the Guilin International Conference and Exhibition Center in the Chinese region of Guangxi. The considerable delegation from Rwanda is noted to have been in attendance showcasing the Rwanda safari products.
The Rwanda Development Board (RDB) noes that the main interest is to bring on board the tour and travel agencies in China along with the Association of South East Asian Nations which together form like two (2) billion people populations with the counts of international exhibitors and buyers. The nature of this expo gives it a strategic platform that would be used by the head players in the industry to tap into the gigantic market of China and Asia in general. This would definitely work towards increasing the numbers of travelers that undertake Rwanda safaris and tours.
The Rwandan cultural and traditional dances along with their traditional instruments like the harp were performed and played respectively attracting the attention of the exhibition participants.
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