And indeed Donald Trump Junior managed to hold talks with the Tanzanian Minister of Natural Resources and Tourism, Mohammed Mchengerwa when the two met around Lake Natron Area, at the foot on Oldonyo L’engai, which is East Africa’s only active Volcanic Mountain.
During their meeting, the Minister unveiled to Donald Trump Junior the various investment opportunities that the country’s currently thriving travel industry has to offer.
Donald Trump Junior happens to also be an American political activist, prominent businessman and author. This therefore means whatever Mr Mchengerwa was proposing to him could be of great interest.
On his part, Donald Trump Junior said he was impressed with Tanzania.
The son of the former U.S President stated that he intends to sample tourists’ attractions in the Northern Zone Circuit starting with Ngorongoro.
In fact the Lake Natron Area where he was meeting the Minister, is mapped within the country’s Ngorongoro District. But Trump wanted the real Crater.
Trump Junior together with his brother Eric Trump; co-own a private hunting range in a rural community in upstate New York.
Which caused some uproar in the social media when his trip to Tanzania was published in The Tanzania Times, as many people around the globe are opposed to wildlife hunting.
And he can handle money; apparently, Donald Trump Junior is a holder of bachelor’s degree in economics from the University of Pennsylvania’s Wharton School of Finance.
According to the ‘Insider,’ Trump Junior worked as a bartender for a year in Aspen, Colorado, after graduating from college.
Then alcohol got him. Trump Junior wrote that his drinking became a ‘recipe for disaster!’
On the brighter side, Trump Junior was at one time a Television Presenter.
It should also be noted that, his father, Donald Trump has cameo appearances in a number of blockbuster films including ‘Home Alone 2 – Lost in New York.’
His father, Donald Trump is the 45th President of the United States of America.
With more than 8 million followers in twitter, 7 million followers on Facebook and about 5 million followers in Instagram, Donald Trump Junior could also be the perfect ambassador to promote the country’s attractions.
Tanzania receives an average of 1.5 million tourists per year, with foreign visitors mostly coming from the United States, United Kingdom, Germany, Canada, Sweden, Kenya and South Africa, among other areas.
The country’s most popular destinations include Serengeti National Park, Mount Kilimanjaro and the Zanzibar Islands among others.