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Luiana Organization wants to invest in tourism in the Okavango region

The Luiana Organization, composed mostly by Angolan partners, will develop tourism projects in the Okavango region with the aim of boosting the region and making tourism grow.


The organization "intends to obtain a concession to explore and develop tourism projects in the Okavango region of Angola, which represents Angola's greatest tourism potential due to its natural, cultural and historical wealth," he said in a statement sent to VerAngola.

According to the document, the Luiana Organization wants to be part of the government's strategy to diversify the country's economy. To this end, the organization intends to take advantage of the tourism potential of the Okavango region.

To advance its plan, the organization has already presented its intention "to the National Agency for the Management of the Okavango Region (ANAGERO), the body responsible for promoting, attracting and facilitating private investment in the region.

In 2000, the organization had the right to exploit Luiana's coutada. At the time, "some demining activities, infrastructure rehabilitation and hiring of inspectors" were developed. However, in 2011, with the transformation of the coutada into the Luengue Luiana National Park, the organization lost its right to explore.

Now, the organisation wants to boost tourism in the region again by "developing its tourism projects".

"For ANAGERO, the interest that the Okavango region arouses in those who want to invest there is a good indicator. The area does need investment, essentially infrastructure", concludes the document.

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