Affiliations

Dinknesh Ethiopia Tour is a Proud member in good standing of the following associations:-

ETOAEthiopian Tour Operators Association (ETOA) is a professional Association representing the legally registered Tour Operators in the tourism industry of Ethiopia. Currently ETOA is composed of more than 185 individual tour and travel agency companies. The ETOA was established in 2003 by the initiation of individual tour operators who are concerned with the development of tourism in the country and still actively working to attain its objectives. The Association is legally registered and licensed association in accordance with the law of the Country. The association is administered by Board members who are elected every 2 years on the presence of the general assembly. The board will have the president.  Though all of the board members are there in their part times, the association has a permanent General Manager with assisting staffs and also permanent working office.
http://www.ethiopiantourassociation.com/

 

ATTAAfrican Travel & Tourism Association (Atta) is a trade association that promotes tourism to Africa from all corners of the world. Recognised as the Voice of African Tourism, Atta serves and supports business leaders in Africa representing the elite buyers and suppliers of tourism product across 22 African countries. With over 550 members, Atta acts as Pan-Africa’s largest network of tourism product covering not only accommodation, transport and travel specialists in Africa, but a formidable selection of tour operators, representation and PR companies in Europe, USA and worldwide promoting tourism to Africa.
http://www.atta.travel/contact/about

 

APTA2Association for the Promotion of Tourism to Africa (APTA)
As the travel industry moves steadily towards specialization in destination, lifestyle, niche markets and other segments, Africa is emerging as a strong favourite with agents looking for a lucrative and rewarding destination to focus on or add to their offering. The continent answers particularly well to the growing demands for experiential travel, volunteerism, sustainable tourism, family/multi-generational travel, exotic honeymoons and of course, the bucket-list of places people want to see before they die. Deciding to sell Africa may not be difficult, but reaching the right people in the business to deal with, and finding the best companies to build relationships with, can be a daunting undertaking. Enter APTA, the Association for Promotion of Tourism to Africa. APTA is a non-profit, volunteer, B-2-B association of travel professionals on a mission to promote Africa and her islands as tourist destinations to the retail travel agents and tour operators in the United States.
http://apta.biz/

 

JATAJapan’s Association of Travel Agents (JATA) An association sanctioned by the Minister of Land, Infrastructure, Transport and Tourism based on the Travel Agency Law, the Japan Association of Travel Agents (JATA) seeks to improve the quality of services provided to travelers to and from Japan. It contributes to the development of the travel and tourism industry through a variety of activities including disseminating information, encouraging cooperation among members, and promoting the development of businesses and legislation that will benefit the membership and the industry at large.
http://www.jata-net.or.jp/english/

 

ATAAfrica Travel Association (ATA) is the leading global trade association promoting travel and tourism to Africa and strengthening intra-Africa partnerships. Established in 1975, ATA serves both the public and private sectors of the international travel and tourism industry. ATA membership comprises African governments, their tourism ministers, tourism bureaus and boards, airlines, cruise lines, hotels, resorts, front-line travel sellers and providers, tour operators and travel agents, and affiliate industries. ATA partners with the African Union Commission (AU) to promote the sustainable development of tourism to and across Africa. ATA’s annual events in Africa and the United States bring together industry leaders to shape Africa’s tourism agenda.
http://www.africatravelassociation.org/

 

ASTAASTA (American Society of Travel Agents) is the world\'s largest association of travel professionals. Our members include travel agents and the companies whose products they sell such as tours, cruises, hotels, car rentals, etc. We are the leading advocate for travel agents, the travel industry and the traveling public. ASTA offers many benefits to its members and the traveling public. The majority of ASTA\'s members are travel agencies. However, travel suppliers, such as airlines, hotels, car rental firms, cruise lines, and tour operators join ASTA. We also have membership categories for students, travel schools, retail travel sellers, and others. ASTA is the organization for anyone related to the travel industry!
http://www.asta.org/

 

asaASA (Association of Southern & Eastern Africa) is a recognized association of about 150 experts and tour operators association representing 12 destinations.  Members include leading tour operators, tourist offices, airlines, incoming agencies, hotel chains and Lodges. The spectrum includes South Africa, Namibia, Botswana, Zambia and Zimbabwe to Kenya and Tanzania and also countries such as Malawi, Ethiopia, Lesotho and Madagascar, we present to you.

http://www.asa-africa.com/

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  • ASA