Kenya Tourism Board

Marsabit – Lake Turkana Cultural Festival 2019

The 11th edition of Lake Turkana Cultural Festival is scheduled to take place on 5th to 7th December, 2019, in Loiyangalani. Marsabit County CEC for Tourism through a facebook post early June had postponed the event due to the then … Read More

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Cs Balala Leads Kenya’s Delegation to ITB Berlin

Over 40 Kenyan travel trade delegates will be re-affirming country’s resilience and readiness for continued business as it showcases tourism products at this year’s International Tourism Bourse (ITB) in Germany from 6th to 10th March, 2019. The sector is upbeat … Read More

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Skal Congress to Boost Kenya’s Coast as a Conference Tourism Destination

Pride Inn Paradise Beach Resort Convention Centre & Spa in Mombasa will from today 17th October 2018 host the 79th Skal International World Congress. Dubbed “Congress on the Beach,” the 4-day conference has attracted over 500 participants from Skal clubs … Read More

KTB Engages Counties in the Lake Region

KTB is working with counties in the Lake region to reposition the region’s diverse tourism product as top and world class experiences. KTB Chief Executive Officer, Dr. Betty Radier has said work is already ongoing to identify tourism products in … Read More

Kenya Tourism Board Exhibiting at Bride and Groom Expo 2018 Uganda

Kenya is participating in the Bride and Groom Expo 2018 in Uganda which begins today, Friday 22nd to Sunday 24th June 2018 at the UMA Exhibition Hall. Kenya is seeking to achieve top of mind awareness of her tourism offering … Read More

62 million: No. of international arrivals in Africa in 2017

Africa reached a record 62 million international arrivals in 2017, translating to a growth of 8%. Arrivals in Sub-Saharan Africa increased by 5% while North Africa enjoyed a strong recovery with a 13% growth in arrivals. The continental growth supersedes … Read More

Kenya’s major tourism highlights in 2017

The year 2017 in Kenya’s tourism was marked by major milestones that had both positive and negative implications on the industry. Jumia Travel looks at some of them and gives a glimpse of what 2018 will look like. Jack Ma … Read More

China Made 10 Percent of Tourists Visiting Africa in 2016

The massive influx of Chinese tourists to Africa has in the recent years made a buzz, and it is for all possible reasons. After seven consecutive years of annual double-digit growth in spending, China continues to lead global outbound travel, … Read More