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Tanzania Tour Guides Association

NOTHING CAN BEAT THE LOCAL KNOWLEDGE

With the Voice of the Association, We make our Nation a better place for Tourist,  Our Roles are to facilitate the betterment of the guides and their Working Environment..

Welcome to the Tanzania Tour Guides Association

Tanzania Tour Guides Association (TTGA) promotes, encourages and protects the interests of Tanzania tour guides in Tourism industry. It ensures and promotes the highest standards, ethics and professional among tour guides while promoting and enhancing the tourism industry in Tanzania

The TTGA acts as a pressure group, as a consultative body on matters concerning guiding and provides constant professional updating to its members supplied through a program of talks, workshops, training and site inspections. It represents a significant number of registered tourist guides with diverse backgrounds, interests, geographic locations and languages in Tanzania.

Nothing Beats the local knowledge..

The TTGA provides a link between Tourists and their experiences in a specific place. The professionalism, quality of service, knowledge and authenticity given by a legally registered Tourist Guide, adds value to all Tourists visiting Tanzania.
 
The Association is membership based and is open to any legally accredited and registered Tourist Guide. Membership forms are available on this website or directly from our office at info@ttgatz.org.
Tanzania Tour Guides Association

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These are individuals and institutions inside and outside Tanzania who support TTGA aims and objectives with interest to the development of the profession, tourism and conservation.

The course is very essential to the guides which should be done every after two years to enable them performing in high standard when they deliver the service to clients. 

we tour guides of Tanzania saw necessity of joining hands together in helping the Government, TTB, Conservators (Eg TANAPA + NCAA) and Tour Operators

Whereas the known pillars of the tourism industry in Tanzania are companies hereinafter referred to as Tour Operators, the real custodians of the industry