To promote Mount Kenya, the government introduces photo exhibition

 Friday, August 5, 2022 

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A month-long photo exhibition has been introduced by Kenya with the aim to promote Mount Kenya as a major tourism destination when it comes to adventure.


The cabinet secretary of the Ministry of Tourism, Mr. Najib Balala, explained in a speech which was interpreted on his behalf by the director for Partnership and Enterprise at Kenya Wildlife Service, Edwin Wanyonyi that the exhibition looking for an awakening in the interest level of the domestic as well as international tourists to explore the iconic landmark.


Wanyonyi said that there is huge possibility for more visitors to explore the famous Mount Kenya, therefore the necessity to carry on harnessing resources to make better visitor experience and request to more adventure seekers and mountain climbers. In Africa, Mount Kenya is the second highest peak. It stands 5,199 meters tall, and on the continent, it’s one of the key adventure tourism destinations.


Wanyonyi mentioned that KWS is all set to alter the heritage site into a famous rendezvous for the ones who are looking for pure fun.


He disclosed that they are planning to improve the experience in their adventure parks by upgrading the visitor facilities.


Also, the KWS official unveiled that Mount Kenya provides visitors with the chance to indulge in camping, sport fishing, cave exploration, cultural and hiking experiences.


Betty Radier, chief executive officer of the Kenya Tourism Board, stated that Mount Kenya is one of the major draws emphasized by the lastest tourism strategy of the country.

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