How Hotels, tours and travel companies can use Dusupay to grow there Tourism across Africa

Tourism in Africa is continuously on a rise and remains the biggest contributor to foreign influx in Africa, the beautiful scenery and diversity of wildlife are some of Africa’s marvels that visitors can be of witnesses to. This influx of tourists means more money coming into the continent. In 2014, Africa recorded US $43.6 billion in revenue and according to the UK’s World Travel and Tourism Council (WTTC), the international tourism sector now accounts for 8.1% of Africa’s total GDP.

The many stakeholders that contribute to this passionate sector are always finding ways to serve and entice tourists local and foreign to visit and return. Hotels, as well as, tours and travel agencies package offers that are borderline hard to turn down.

Hotels and Travel agencies hoping to expand

Travel agencies and hotels are looking to go beyond the realms of serving just the countries in which they are located. The urge to capture tourists across Africa and beyond the continent has led to innovations that enable tourists to make pre payments and bookings to places of tour and services for accommodation and travel.

The barrier to fruitful transactions and liaising between tourists across Africa and those from Europe with hotels and travel agencies is how best they can pay and receive payments respectively.

Payment modes differ across borders thus stalling money movement to the tourism stakeholders in Africa and most tourists aren’t comfortable moving with chunks of money to spend.

Dusupay facilitating the African tourism industry

Fortunately, business has never been in a better position, hotels and tour agencies can use Dusupay to receive payments from across Africa and beyond. Working with DUSUPAY enables businesses to receive payments from tourists using any kind of pay mode incorporated with their system therefore avoiding the troubles and costs of having to be part of all pay modes to suit clients.

Money movement simplified for tourists and stakeholders at large.

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