Radisson Blu Mosi-oa-Tunya Livingstone Resort will operate with the greatest respect to one of the world’s largest waterfalls and habitat for several unique species of plants and animals
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Another 5 Mountain Bongos have been released into the Mawingu Mountain Bongo Sanctuary for rewilding at the Mount Kenya Wildlife Conservancy bringing thetotal number of the Mountain Bongos released into the sanctuary to 10.
An estimated 700 million tourists traveled internationally between January and September, more than double the number recorded for the same period in 2021.
John Chirchir has been appointed as Kenya Tourism Board’s chief executive officer in an acting capacity succeeding Dr. Betty Radier with immediate effect.
Proceeds from the race will go towards maintaining and securing the Forest, which is Nairobi’s biggest indigenous forest and the most visited running destination.
The flight board has lauded the peaceful elections and smooth transition of power in government as boosting confidence in the airline sector’s post-pandemic recovery, renowned airline Fly 748 has said today
With most countries accepting visa applications up to 90 days (3 months) before the date of travel, applicants need to apply for their visas way in advance, especially during this period when outbound travel demand is increasing.
This new partnership comes at a time when local and regional tourism is improving following campaigns by the government to focus more on domestic and regional visitors as well as the relaxation of travel restrictions by different countries in the world following the reduced number covid infections across the globe.
Kenya’s leading hotels, including Tribe Hotel, Ole Sereni and DusitD2, stopped operations days after travel restrictions and social distance rules were imposed, with the iconic Fairmont Norfolk shutting down indefinitely and firing its employees. The 51-year old Intercontinental Hotel (Nairobi) followed suit, closing down its Kenyan subsidiary and sending home all its staff early August. The Kenyan government has however set aside Ksh500million to recover the hospitality industry, while urging for domestic tourism to keep the industry afloat.