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Covid-19 Vaccine Gives Hope to Businesses

Kenyan businesses are hopeful for a positive recovery following the approval of the Corona virus vaccine. The Market Perception Survey conducted by the Central Bank of Kenya in January shows that most businesses are confident of a return to normalcy for most economic activities including tourism. Read More

It is a cashless society, invest on Technology

You may have to continue investing on Technology as it is proving to be the new business transaction model in the foreseeable future. Consumers now prefer contactless services as a pre-cautionary measure against the Corona virus disease as reported by the 2020 Digital Consumer Survey conducted by Euro monitor Read More

Magical Kenya Signature Experiences to spice up tourism

Travellers have more reason to be excited as twenty-nine more experiences have been added to the Magical Kenya Signature Experiences Collection. The program is geared towards meeting the expectation of the current discerning traveller who is keener on immersive travel experiences than ever before. Read More

INDIAN TRAVEL AGENTS

INDIAN TRAVEL AGENTS ENDORSE KENYA’s PREPAREDNESS FOR VISITORS   The Indian travel trade has endorsed Kenya’s preparedness to handle visitors in the midst of the covid-19 pandemic, a shot in the arm for the tourism sector that is slowly picking up from the impact of coronavirus. Last month, five representatives of top travel agents from
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Europe

The Romanian market is ready for travel and Kenya is a preferred destination given the beach and wildlife product that resonates well with the consumers. This is the market you may wish to tap into. The first chartered flight operated by Gulliv Air and organized by Kenyan tour company Private Safaris East Africa landed at
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Domestic and Regional Tourism will continue to keep the sector afloat

Oxford Economics and global Travel report (2020-2021) indicates that domestic and regional travel will dominate the tourism industry in 2021 compared to international tourism. Many destinations are expected to maintain their international travel restrictions for a large part of the year. Affordability and safety concerns are also expected to encourage closer-to-home travel. Find out more

KENYA’S LONDON MARATHON PODIUM FINISHERS TREATED WITH DESTINATION TOUR

Nairobi, Monday, December 7, 2020: The Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) is working on long term collaboration with athletes to position Kenya on top of mind among visitors and investors into the country. KTB Chief Executive Officer Dr. Betty Radier said athletes have continued to positively profile the country with their sterling performances in international competitions.
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