On the sidelines of Africa's Travel Indaba, your photographer visited The Tshaka Marine World where marine tourism is alive and active. Here, a traveller swims with fish at the ocean world section of the world. Photo by Edgar R. BATTE.
The Africa's Travel Indaba attracted international media houses from 20 countries, including Uganda (Daily Monitor) to cover the premium, top continental travel and trade expo that took place in Durban, South Africa. Photo by EDGAR R. BATTE.
The Amazulu dance group entertains guests at the ICC Durban, the venue for Africa's Travel Indaba, Africa's coveted travel expo that brought together 80 countries, represented by hosted buyers and international media, to do business and network as ways through which tourism is promoted. Photo by Edgar R. BATTE.
The Uganda team, led by Uganda Tourism Board (UTB), pose for a photograph in front of the Ugandan stand at Africa's Travel Indaba, in Durban, South Africa. Uganda won the gold award for having an outstanding stand at the top trade and travel expo. Photo by Edgar R. BATTE.
The Ugandan team clad in traditional wear prepare to serve guests at the African Travel and Tourism Association party that was sponsored by Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) in Durban, South Africa. Uganda Waragi and the 'rolex' were some of the items served which excited guests. Photo by Edgar R. BATTE.
Tourism Minister, Professor Ephraim Kamuntu shares a light moment with guests who are part of the Africa Travel and Tourism Association (ATTA) as he serves them Ugandan coffee berries, a unique blend of beverage. Uganda Tourism Board (UTB) organized the get-together of Ugandan tour operators and ATTA to network, exchange ideas and do business. Photo by Edgar R. BATTE.
A woman dressed in colorful South Africa attire and ornaments, poses for our cameras on the sidelines of Africa's Travel Indaba at ICC Durban, in SA. Photo by EDGAR R. BATTE.