28-05-2017 di redazione
It's boom for requests to Watamu, the resort is queen of the Kenyan coast for clicks and reservations.
There are already many attestations of interest for December 2017 and January 2018, as well as real reservations for the month of August.
There are also many airline fare requests from Europe on Mombasa.
Satisfaction by Watamu hotels about the next season, with optimism on the peaceful outlook of the election.
It is also noteworthy for the tourist increase in the first months of the year, which for Watamu reached 50 percent compared to the previous year, exceeding the national average of Kenya, which according to the Ministry of Tourism figures stands at around 40 percent percent.
In other words, for Watamu, a total revival season is expected to finally consecrate it as a true "queen" of the Kenyan coast, surpassing Diani and confirming it to a higher level than Diani, Lamu, Malindi and Nyali.
In contrast to many resorts and resorts that have closed down, especially due to the lack of charter and continuous flights, but also for renovation and seasonal maintenance, the 7 Islands Resort in Watamu will remain open during the low...
Watamu's "7 Island Festival", now in its third edition, is deliberately transformed into a "Boutique Event Initiative" which, with the indispensable key of fun and the fantastic location of Paparemo Beach, will involve participants from today to 15 August...
The sale of Watamu for next season and in general as a holiday home, second home and also possible paradise where to start a new life, moves to Italy. In the Old Continent, negotiations for the purchase of houses, villas...
Kenya has been voted among the top 20 destinations in the world where tourists would like to go when the pandemic is no longer a global emergency.
The global travel industry, leading travel and package holiday booking sites based on...
di Tania Taffy
I'm afraid I'm not a fanatic of the sea and the hot holiday.
I do not even go for the resorts and the organized holidays.
The thing that brought me to Africa, Kenya, was the need for relaxation.