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Sports Tourism: Golf, More Than Just a Game

Globally, the sports tourism market is a fast-growing sector of the travel industry and equates to Ksh. 60.7 trillion a year. Closer home, the tourism, travel and hospitality sector directly contributed Ksh. 294.6 billion to the Kenyan economy in 2017, … Read More

The True Spirit of Uganda

What makes you Ugandan? Is it the tribe and heritage you came from? Is it the passport and the nation IDs that you always flaunt in the faces of authority when out of the country? Is it your ability to … Read More

25 Useful Tips for Beginner Surfers

Is surfing something you’ve always wanted to try, but you weren’t too sure you’d be good at it? Or maybe you were afraid you would fail? Don’t worry, we’ve got your back, future surfer! BookSurfCamps.com has 25 tips for beginner … Read More

How to Golf Your Way Around Euro 2016

With Euro 2016 reaching its conclusion and the home nation still very much in the running for the title of European Champion, French interest in football is reaching a fever pitch. That’s all very well if you enjoy ‘the beautiful … Read More

Top East Africa’s Watersport Spots

The East African region is a gateway to several water bodies. Blessed with nature’s finest rivers, lakes and even an ocean. They are not just ‘water’ but favorite spots to engage in various activities. From windsurfing, to deep sea diving … Read More

Exploring Sports Tourism in Kenya

Kenya is a renowned sporting nation. Athletics is Kenya’s forte as numerous runners have earned the country medals at the grandest stages. Sports is now a significant part of the tourism industry in Kenya, with athletes visiting from countries in … Read More

Five Lessons Businesses Can Learn from The RWC 2015

Rugby World Cup is over, what did you learn? Let me know what you think. On the 31st of October 2015, New Zealand beat Australia to take the World Cup. Sports bars all over Kampala were packed, Ugandans were supporting … Read More

Rugby World Cup in Kampala

Since the kick off match between England and Fiji on the 18th of September, 972,821 people have attended the Rugby World Cup live. There has been 110 tries, 76 conversions, 16 yellow cards and the huge blow to Africa’s pride … Read More