Five months before the biggest and most opinion building Tourism fair in East Africa, KARIBU-KILIFAIR kicks off, organisers have announced the sales of over 250+ stands to the most well-known and innovative tourism stakeholders. With a total exhibition area of 35,000 sqm KARIBU-KILIFAIR has underlined its position of being East Africa’s largest Tourism event. According to the organisers, plans are underway to bring 470+ exhibitors and more than 600 buyers from all over the world, with newly created networking events and the most amazing stage shows that will make the 6th edition of KARIBU-KILIFAIR #KKF2020 the most spectacular one ever.

In a related development, the organisers also announce sponsorship deals with some companies. DPO Online Payment services, with headquarter in Nairobi, Kenya and branch offices in over 16 African countries, featuring the biggest network of its kind, has once again signed up as the “Platinum Sponsor” of KARIBU-KILIFAIR 2020. DPO’s highly secure payment platform makes your stand payment and all other payments simple by allowing businesses to accept credit cards, mobile payments, and cross-border payments.

Also, Moshi based Helicopter company “KSAR” has recently joined the elite group of KARIBU-KILIFAIR Gold Sponsors. The company operates helicopter rescue services at Mt. Kilimanjaro and beyond, as well as unforgettable scenic flight in Tanzania Mainland and Zanzibar. During KARIBU-KILIFAIR 2020 two KSAR Helicopters will provide free scenic flights (upon availability) and demonstrate live evacuation services.

The 6th edition of KARIBU-KILIFAIR will be held from June 5-7, 2020 at TGT, Arusha.

Niyi David

‘Niyi David is a travel writer/photographer and Editor-in-Chief at More Cream Than Coffee. Previously, he worked at Afro Tourism West Africa Ltd as a travel writer, and was Head of Media and C.O.O. before leaving in May 2018. Prior to that he had worked as scriptwriter on some major media projects in Nigeria, such as 'Peak Talent Show' and the Ford Foundation sponsored 'Stop Impunity in Nigeria' campaign.