Hitting the roads for an early morning tour of the Arusha National Park in Tanzania, a breakfast time was announced by the tour guide, Joshua where tourists from different African countries on the KILIMANJARO/MKOMAZI FT list that attended East African Regional Tourism Expo 2021, in Arusha were taken to a naturally beautiful space called TENGERU Tourism Centre and all natural foods were served to their delight. Among them were the African Tourism Board Chairman Mr. Cuthbert Ncube and other ATB Ambassadors who were all issued “Certificates of Guarantee” indicating that the centre will plant trees that will be named after them, a gesture which was well accepted and appreciated by all the tourists after enjoying their organic breakfast in such a serene setting .
“The beautiful thing about this place is that the food we serve here are direct from the farm and are processed naturally”, said one of the centre’s managers.
The Centre also invited them to a tree planting festival in May 2021, where the trees will be planted and named after them if they can’t make it to the event.
Tengeru Tourism Centre centre is being managed under Duluti Green foundation and the “Certificate of Guarantee” emerged through Tengeru Cultural Tourism Programme Duluti-Arusha/Tanzania.
The certificate guarantees “that we will plant your tree on your behalf at ABIA MOUNTAIN in a time during the next coming ‘Rainy Season’ which will be during next April and May”. Says an extract of the certificate.
Tengeru Tourism Centre has a natural DNA that has been pronouced in its physical lookout with a naturally beaufied space in Arusha.
Appreciating the beautiful gesture, Mr. Cuthbert Ncube, Chairman, African Tourism Board who led the tourists under the guidance of Tanzanian Tourism Board Team expressed his satisfaction at the natural foods served and also commended madam Gladness for the certificate initiative, promising to continue working with and supporting her ideas.
The centre is owned and managed by Gladness O. Pallangyo, a strong member of African Tourism Board.