29-10-2016 by redazione
The white beaches of the Jacaranda Bay, between Watamu and Mayungu right in front of the sandy paradise, ocean and coral reef that for years now is known as "Sardegna 2", have made a fine display for three days in Nairobi.
The occasion was represented from the edition of 2016 Getaway Tourism Fair at the Sarit Centre in the capital. A tourism fair that showcases the excellence of Kenya for local tourism, Africa and beyond.
The Jacaranda Resort has represented Watamu and Malindi in an important context, because it falls two months before Christmas, just at a time when many are organizing the year-end holidays and as many agencies decide what to put on their counters and in the basket of their best deals.
"The promotion is an integral part of our work - says the Marketing Manager of Resort Jacaranda, Pietro Mastella, present in Nairobi Jacaranda stand - it is essential to present our product directly and obviously we are happy to be able to sell not only our business but everything what it represents, or the variety of possibilities, services and charms that make Watamu and unique surroundings of their kind in the entire eastern Africa. "
Jacaranda Bay won the best beach in Watamu, they say hundreds of fans of Africa, tourists and Italian residents who love the coast of Kenya.
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Everything is ready in Casuarina to asphalt the first kilometre of the road that will take you to the fishing village of Mayungu and from there, shortly afterwards, through the Malaika Beach resort, Jacaranda Bay and finally Watamu.
This time it looks like we are through.
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