Golf is undoubtedly one of the world’s best travelling sports. The sport offers the chance to relax and unwind in a natural environment while participating in a highly competitive and skilled game.
Kenya will be showcasing her golf product at IGTM, a premier event for the golf travel industry that takes place in Algarve, Portugal from 12th to 15th November 2012 at Tivoli Marina Vilamoura, Beach Resort, Golf, Conference and Angsana Spa.
The event will bring together over 1,400 golf tourism professionals from more than 65 countries including 350 golf tour operators, collectively responsible for 80% of the world’s outbound market.
This year’s theme will capture the Kenyan; bush, beach & golf elements with a Safari “flavour” to complete the look & feel Kenya’s product offer visually.
Come see what Kenya has to offer at Stand No. 211
and find out why the International Golf Travel Writers Association (IGTWA), sister association of IAGTO, the global trade organization of the golf tourism industry, awarded Kenya as “The Best Undiscovered Golf Destination of 2008”.
Kenya as a golf destination
Kenya’s weather is ideal for golf all year round making it one of the world’s top golfing destinations.
For the traveller seeking a diverse range of golf courses, combined with world class standards and service, Kenya is the perfect choice.
Kenya’s courses offer international golfing standards and some of the world’s finest design and landscaping.
Kenya’s golf and country clubs have the best facilities in the region and high quality service built on Kenya’s reputation for welcoming warmth.
Kenya’s world famous wildlife is never far away. A round of golf in Kenya can often be a nature walk in itself, with a remarkable profusion of bird life and wildlife surrounding the greens.
You don’t have to move far from the green in Kenya to discover a world of travel opportunities. Kenya offers endless choice of activities suited for adventure or relaxation.
No matter how you want to spend your time off the course, you’ll find plenty of options. Next time you are on a Kenya Safari, remember to pack your golf clubs.