EXCITING YOUTH ATTACHMENT OPPORTUNITIES IN THE TOURISM INDUSTRY MAY 2018

Are you a student looking for an attachment opportunity within the tourism sphere?  If so, consider applying for the student attachment program at Ecotourism Kenya. The program is tailor made for current university students, to undertake…

Weekly Ecotourism News – 28/07/2020

WTM London Virtual PR Workshop 2020 We would like to extend an invite from the Kenya Tourism Federation (KTF) to attend WTM London Virtual PR workshop which will be held on the Thursday, 30th of July 2020 from 4pm – 5pm (EAT) Whether it's…

#3: TURTLE BAY BEACH CLUB – “Cash for Trash” project

Making a difference in the midst of COVID-19 Pandemic Name of Project: “Cash for Trash” project Founder: Watamu Marine Association (WMA) – Ken Ombok – Chairman Location of Project: Watamu area Turtle Bay Beach Resort is one of Kenya’s…

#2: GAMEWATCHERS SAFARIS & PORINI CAMPS-Making a difference in the midst of COVID-19 Pandemic

ECOTOURISM OPERATORS IN KENYA RISING ABOVE THE COVID-19 CHALLENGE This is a series of case studies that demonstrate how Kenyan responsible tourism operators are coping with the effects COVID-19  Tourism operators are grappling with the effects…

Webinar Alert! Conservation and Tourism Linkages

Kenya Tourism Federation Webinar Topic: Tourism now and looking ahead – Conservation and Tourism Linkages Date: Wednesday 10th June 2020 Time: Starting at 2:30 PM The COVID-19 pandemic has caused devastating effects in the tourism industry…

How Hotels in Kenya are geared up for the Single Use Plastic Ban Implementation

Today June 5th Kenya joins the rest of the world to mark the World Environment Day but uniquely so, the ban on single-use plastics (SUPs) in protected areas comes into effect! As responsible tourism operators, members of Ecotourism Kenya…

ECOTOURISM OPERATORS IN KENYA RISING ABOVE THE COVID-19 CHALLENGE

This is a series of case studies that demonstrate how Kenyan responsible tourism operators are coping with the effects COVID-19 Tourism operators are grappling with the effects of COVID-19 on travel, jobs, protection of wildlife and safeguarding…

Weekly Ecotourism Kenya News – 19/5/2020

Nairobi National Park Management Plan 2020 – 2030 The Nairobi National Park (NNP) management plan 2020-2030 is adopted and improved from the NNP management plan for 2005-2010; for ecological integrity, enhance visitor experience, enhance…

Weekly Ecotourism Kenya News – 12/5/2020

Invitation by Kenya Tourism Federation to the Travel and Tourism Webinar – Now and Looking ahead The CEO Kenya Tourism Federation, Ms Susan Ongalo will be hosting today’s online conversation on Tourism: Now and looking ahead. One of the…

WE ARE IN THIS TOGETHER: FOCUS ON THE POSITIVE

THE COVID-19 OUTBREAK COULD BE A BLESSING IN DISGUISE FOR YOUR TOURISM BUSINESS As a matter of fact, tourism industry is both the most vulnerable and in some way the least prepared to manage the risks of disease outbreaks. Guess what, after…

EXPERIENCE THE KAKAPEL CULTURAL CENTRE: “Gift from Our Ancestors”

A picture is worth a thousand words, but the rock art of Kakapel tell a story worth several thousand years. The rock art found in Kakapel in Teso land, Busia is believed to have been the work of the Abita/ Twa hunter gatherers during the historical…