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Kenya’s tourism companies scoop WTA awards

Kenya’s tourism facilities over the weekend dominated the 22nd World Travel Awards (WTA) gala ceremony, held in Seychelles, scoping nine awards in various categories. Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) led the pack by retaining the Africa’s leading tourism board for the fourth time in a row. Maasai Mara Game Reserve was voted Africa’s leading National Park
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Kenya roots for pilgrimage tourism

Kenya is set for pilgrimage tourism with Italy following discussion of possible twining of Anfo Province, the home to the late Sr. Irene Stefani “Nyaatha” and Nyeri County where she was beatified in May this year. On 18/06/2015East African Affairs, Commerce and Tourism Cabinet Secretary Mrs. Phyllis Kandie, visited the Mayor of Anfo Mr. Mabellini
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UK lifts travel advisory to Kenya

The Kenya government and the tourism sector has welcomed has welcomed the decision by British Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) to lift the travel advisory against non-essential travel to Mombasa, Kilifi and Wutamu. Kenya’s Cabinet Secretary of East African Affairs Commerce and Tourism Cabinet Secretary, Mrs Phyllis Kandie says the move by is a  major boost to Kenya’s tourism
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KTB partners with A&K Global Health to boost medical tourism

Kenya Tourism Board has partnered with A&K Global Health to position Kenya as the choice destination for health tourism in the region. With growth in technology, high quality & specialised medical practitioners and top of the range facilities and accommodation in the country, many patients in in the East African region are now opting to
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British envoy gives Maasai Mara a clean bill of health

British envoy gives Maasai Mara a clean bill of health after visit The world famous Maasai Mara Game Reserve was Friday declared as place for tourists by British High Commissioner to Kenya Christian Turner. This comes ahead of a planned visit to Kenya by US President Barack Obama in July. This is also the time
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