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Blue safaris safely in Kenya, tips

The things tourists must demand and respect

31-01-2023 by Freddie del Curatolo

The tragedy that occurred last week in Watamu, with a marine excursion boat also carrying 13 Italian tourists capsizing and resulting in the death of four Kenyan nationals including two children, has brought to the surface an age-old and unsympathetic issue, that of the rules that are in place in Kenya but are neither respected nor controlled. In this report from the Italians in Kenya Youtube channel, we explain what are the basic aspects to be followed and what tourists should first demand before getting on a boat for "blue safaris."

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