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Not long ago, Nairobi was named Africa’s leading business travel destination, while KICC was awarded Africa’s leading meetings and conference destination at this year’s World Travel Awards held in Mauritius. Kenya also bagged Africa’s leading airline, business and economy class while Kenya Tourist Board walked away with Africa’s leading tourist board award for the 7th time.
“We are honored to have once again been recognized at the World Travel Awards prestigious awards both as a prime destination and marketing agency years running”. #EMBRACETHEMAGIC #MAGICALKENYA #TEMBEAKENYA
CEO KTB Dr. Betty Radier @aabradier pic.twitter.com/bBPGrRUnHs
— Kenya Tourism Board (@magicalkenya) June 2, 2019
This is a testament to the ever-growing industry that only aims to please and a stand out in the highly competitive tourism market. As we plan to host the next World Travel Awards at KICC, let us fully acquaint you with the true beauty that is Kenya and the reasons why it continues to be the leading African destination that you should visit and attest to it first hand.
♦ Easy access to the country, with a single entry visa for site seeing and short term business purposes.
♦ You will truly appreciate the welcoming people with diverse and rich culture to learn from.
♦ The good tropical climate is favourable for all business and vacation related activities.
♦ We embark on increasing such facilities such as KICC across cities for meetings, high-end business events, exhibitions, conventions and conferences with travel incentives.
♦ A great deal of business opportunities and tech innovativeness to be explored.
♦ The breathtaking coastline with picture-perfect turquoise blue waters of the Indian Ocean and white sandy beaches has an unlimited number of activities to explore such as snorkeling, scuba diving, dolphin watching etc.
♦ Visits to prehistoric sites and gorgeous landscape portraits scattered all along the Rift Valley, Coastal and Western Kenya for a feel of our national heritage, ancient artefacts and amazing architectural detail.
♦ An abundance of diverse wildlife experiences in National Parks and Reserves including a chance to witness the great wildebeest migration – one of the Wonders of the World.
♦ Variety of tasty international cuisines that cater to your palate in one of a kind luxury resorts and hotels or camping lodges. Be sure to taste the delicious local dishes too.