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Ivory Coast launches Most Anticipated Abidjan International Tourism Fair (SITA)

The SITA, Abidjan International Tourism Fair, is one of the platforms that the Ivorian government wants to seize to raise the profile of Ivorian tourism in Africa and around the world. In its eighth edition this year, this show will take place from April 27 to May 1 was launched this Monday, January 08.

The Ivorian government well represented

The launch ceremony took place in the sumptuous hall of the Sofitel Hotel Ivoire in Abidjan on Monday 08 January. As one of the sectors of concern to the government of Côte d’Ivoire, several members of this government took part in this launch to show their interest in tourism in Côte d’Ivoire. Among others, Mr. Siandou Fofana, Minister of Tourism, Mrs. Kandia Camara, Minister of National Education and Vocational Training, Mr. Alain-Richard Donwahi, Minister of Water and Forests.


The International Tourism Fair of Abidjan (SITA) is defined as the show of reference for the African tourism industry. At its 8th edition, the SITA will take place from April 27 to May 1 in Abidjan under the theme: New technologies at the service of tourism.

This edition will be marked by commercial exchanges between African and international professionals.

45,000 m² of exhibition space …

The SITA 2018 promises to be colorful. A total of 45,000 visitors already registered, and 257 exhibitors including travel agencies, airlines, hotel artisans, training schools … will take part in this important exhibition. The exhibition space covers 45,000 m². 47 animations and activities will embellish this great-appointment of tourism.

Today, the International Tourism Fair of Abidjan has grown to become one of the largest in the subregion, bringing together several countries of the continent each year.


Written by How Africa

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