Published on : Tuesday, September 5, 2017
On Monday, Mohamed Hersi, the KTF chairman declared all the tour operators along with travel agents located overseas that Kenya stayed friendly to all tourists. To quote Hersi, “all is well in Kenya, and we call on holidaymakers who were planning to visit the country to come and have fun. We expect the country to remain peaceful during a repeat of the presidential election to take place within 60 days.”
Mr Hersi mentioned that Nairobi continues with the normal life along with all the tourist attraction sites like the national parks, game reserves and the beach resorts at the Coast.
“We are still in peak season for the safari circuit as international visitors are still pouring in the Maasai Mara National Reserve for game drives and other parks across the country,” said Mr Hersi who is simultaneously the chief executive at Sun Africa Hotels.
He explained that he anticipates higher number of visitors to visit the Coast as Europe is all set to welcome the winter season. From July, lodges and tented camps in the Mara have experienced busy schedule, credit goes to the wildebeest migration spectacle.