Kenya has gone on the offensive again, marketing safaris, the coast, sporting facilities, culture, history, food and so much more … This time at INDABA and right across the year when the Kenya Tourism Board and the private sector stakeholders will showcase the destination to the region, to Africa and to the world.
JOB WELL DONE: Kenyan delegation to 2016 INDABA exhibition at Durban South Africa all in smiles after winning a platinum award for the best exhibit stand. Kenya is showcasing her niche products such adventure and sports among others.
African continent is rooting for intra-Africa tourism to promote diverse tourism potential and tap on increasing interest for travel among Africans.
Ease of Visa regulations, air access and joint promotions are some of the quick wins that will support the intra-Africa tourism agenda, an African Tourism Ministers heard at the ongoing INDABA tourism fair in Durban South Africa.
South African Tourism Minister, Derek Hanekom said it was time for Africa to unite and help promote intra Africa tourism.
“We must all stand and work together to promote intra Africa tourism which has immense potential of turning around fortunes of the sector in the continent,” the Minister said.
He added, “Tourism can reshape…
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