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It is astonishing to note that many European TO/TA's claim to know Africa much better than the natives themselves!!In regard to this they tend to exorbitantly charge visitors and at times ripping them off yet we have African TO/TA's on the ground to provide same(even better) services ON VALUE FOR LESS.
I bet this forum is for Tourism related issues but i would like to understand why cant overseas TO/TA's let Africans sell what they know best??Someone please let me understand the logic...

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