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Planned charter flights to boost tourist arrival numbers

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News that a European company will launch chartered flights to the Kenyan coast has excited players in the tourism industry.

Planned charter flights to boost tourist arrival numbers

By Philip Mwakio | 5 years ago

Kenya's hoteliers decry shortage of cooks and barmen in the country

Kenya's hoteliers decry shortage of cooks and barmen in the country

Kenya Association of Hotelkeepers and Caterers (Kahc) National Vice chairman Wasike Wasike said opportunities outside Kenya, which come with better remuneration, have lured Kenyan cookery professionals to work outside the country.

Philip Mwakio | 5 years ago

Revamp Tourist Police Unit, stakeholders say

Tourism stakeholders at the Coast want an overhaul of the Tourist Police Unit (TPU) that will include rebranding and capacity building for personnel and firepower.

Philip Mwakio | 5 years ago

Kenyan hoteliers look to local tourists to stay afloat

Hoteliers in Coast region are now having to rely on domestic and regional tourists to stay afloat. The hotels have also been forced to cut their rates to attract clients.

Philip Mwakio | 6 years ago

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