Interior CS Fred Matiang’i on Wednesday said the country is now safe for travel resumption.
“Kenya is ready for travel. Kenyans should know that”, he said.
“It’s now a really that the virus could become endemic and we must all be prepared to live with it and resume normalcy under prevailing circumstances as global efforts to find a vaccine continues”,he said.
‘We have officially launched the Tourism and Travel Health and Safety Protocols we’re launching today, are aligned with the World Health Organisation and the World Tourism Organisation reopening guidelines. I urge all countries to have one global integrated Travel Health and Safety Protocol, to ease #safetravels to all vistors’ CS Balala Said
The Tourism Sector is trying to take advantage of the peak season that starts every July and ends in October.
Many of Kenya’s Main safari destinations, camps, lodges and hotels have met the Health Standard and are reopening to resume operations to generate revenue this peak season.
Kenya Reserves a travel Safe Stamp From the World & Travel Tourism Council
A message from World & Travel Tourism Council on Kenya receiving a safe travel stamp.
I am delighted to announce that Kenya has been listed among the 80 global destinations certified and authorised to use the world Travel and Tourism Council Safe Travel Stamp ,together with our Magical Kenya Logo.This stamp will allow travelers to recognise Kenya as a safe destination once we reopen and implement the health and safety protocalsNajib Balala
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