Discover Famous Beaches In Coast Kenya

Kenyan tourism is �booming� since it receives more than six hundred thousand tourists each and every year. Thousands of these tourists are attracted by the famous beaches along the coastline of Kenya in areas such as Lamu and Malindi. Kenyan tourism industry has international recognition for welcoming majority of international tour arrivals in the whole of Eastern, Western and Southern Africa. The Kenya tourism marine service recently received international fishing athletes from all corners of the world, who held their international fishers competition in November last year. The Kenyan coast was selected for the competition since it has a variety of fishable kinds of species, which cannot be, found elsewhere in the world. Kenyan tourism sector supports the government with 40% revenue from foreign tourist who visit almost every month. There are very famous beaches along the Kenyan coast like Kenyatta beach public and private beaches among others. Kenya tourism industry has established posh hotels and lounging with a touch high class accommodating all tourists from all walks of life.
The staffs in those hotels are highly trained since they have been introduced to international training to equip them with intercontinental knowledge of handling international tourist’s arrivals. Majority of them have good knowledge on foreign languages such as German,French Spanish among others. Kenya tourism appears in the international tourism business with its headquarters in USA. The International tourism markets acknowledge Kenya tourism since it has always demonstrated its expertise in attracting the majority of the international tourist around the globe. Kenyan tourism has created job opportunities for the majority of Kenyans and other regional countries. Young college graduates are securing jobs in the tourism industry through the support of Kenya tourism education trust board. Thousands of Kenya tourism students receive government funds, which helps them to pursue their careers.Some of the students in Kenya tourism training institutions have acquired scholarship awards and have flown overseas for further education. Kenya tourism is famous for its staunch fight against poachers who destroy wildlife mercilessly. The fight began in the 90’s when over 50,000 rhinos and elephants were poached, which lead to an enormous decline of this precious wildlife.
However, Kenya tourism under the command of the President destroyed (burning on fire) all the tusks recovered from poachers. This initiative lead to an incredible decline of wild life poaching and the Kenya tourism service regained public confidence for its courageous move towards curbing poaching activities.Kenya tourism industry has promoted local and international tourism through subsiding tour charges for indigenous people. Many local tourists enjoy travelling to tourist destination at affordable prices. This has enabled the tourism industry to earn revenues from both local and foreign tourists. Kenyan’s travel to the coastal beaches especially during the holidays and enjoy Kenyan tourism service at reduced prices. Majority of the tourist who has ever toured Kenya have always visited the coastal beaches because of amazing climate in the coastal region.Majority of the foreign tourist visit Kenya, when they are on vacation and when the climate back home is in the winter spell. When they visit Kenya tourism in that season the find the Kenyan climate conducive for their holiday tours. Through their frequent visits, Kenya has gained many foreign currencies in the tourism industry. These funds have been used to develop the tourism industry, as well as, other government sectors. Travel to Kenya and discover world class and peculiar tour sites.

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