Rwanda tourism showcased at next year’s WTTC Global Summit

Friday, 01 Dec, 2022 0

Rwanda tourism will be in the spotlight when Kigali hosts WTTC Global Summit in 2023

It marks the first time the event visits Africa.

The home of the International Gorilla Conservation Programme, Rwanda tourism will showcase its sustainable credentials to delegates.

WTTC this week concluded the largest ever Global Summit with more than 3,000 delegates in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

The Global Summit was attended by more than 85 countries and over 50 ministers.

WTTC and the Ministry of Tourism of Saudi Arabia launched the Environmental & Social Research (ESR).

This new data details the climate footprint of the global tourism sector, covering 185 countries.

WTTC also launched its Cities Economic Impact Report (EIR).

Julia Simpson, WTTC CEO said: “We are incredibly excited that Rwanda will host our next Global Summit in 2023.”

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