11-03-2017 by redazione
The Britain's intelligence services are considered the most reliable in the world, especially in Africa, the continent which they know very well the dynamics and implications. After years of warnings and fears, from this month finally the coast of Kenya, Lamu archipelago included, it is considered safe and palatable to its tourists from London.
The news was greeted with joy by the hotels in Lamu and the neighboring islands, which have long suffered from the flight of most of its tourists because of vetoes or warnings not to attend it, especially for its proximity to Somalia.
From time Britain had removed the negative indications about other places on the coast, such as Mombasa and Malindi, obviously leaving the Garissa and Mandera areas, bordering Somalia, in almost desert areas where a foreign traveler is now unlikely adventure decades.
The good news was commented positively by Tourism Minister Najib Balala which highlighted the good work done by all the forces in the field to ensure safety especially in places frequented by tourists.
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