7 February 2013

Angola: Tourism Ministry Promotes Seminar On Cruise Ship for Journalists

Luanda — The Ministry of Hotels and Tourism (Minhotur) is promoting on Thursday, in Luanda, a seminar for journalists on Cruise Ships, in order to train these professionals to gain knowledge on the history and work of these tourism ships.

According to a source with Minhotur, the training happens in regard to the arrival in the country, soon, of cruise ships, which will stop at the provinces of Luanda, Benguela and Namibe, having appealed to media professionals to make correct coverage of Minhotur's various initiatives.

The seminar will have the participation of national and foreign journalists and will include topics such as nautical or maritime tourism.

The advantages and security measures for the referred tourism will be also discussed.

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