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About Us

Who We are

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.

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.

Mission

To successfully train guides, campaign towards environment conservation.

Vision

To have maintainable tourism, responsible and professional guides skilled of conserving our environment and wellbeing (interest).

Our Goals

To promote tourism practices that will conserve Tanzania’s natural environment and improve livelihood of associated members.

The professionalism, quality of service, knowledge and authenticity given by a legally registered Tourist Guide, adds value to all Tourists visiting Tanzania.

Tanzania is endowed with an abundance of attractions ranging from beautiful mountains breath taking craters, wide range of wildlife to water bodies like lake Victoria, lake Tanganyika etc.

Whereas the known pillars of the tourism industry in Tanzania are companies hereinafter referred to as Tour Operators, the real custodians of the industry in this country are the less conspicuous tour Guides