13-12-2017 by redazione
Kenya make it again!
Once again this year, after winning last year's coveted prize, in addition to 2013 and 2015, Kenya won the Golden Palm as the world's best safari destination and best African beach destination at the World Travel Awards, the most prestigious international tourism awards.
During the ceremony, which took place this year in Vietnam, Kenya lined up in the order of South Africa, Botswana, Botswana, Tanzania, Namibia, Zimbabwe and Uganda, making it the world's best safari destination, while overtaking Tanzania, South Africa, Mozambique, Egypt and Morocco for the continent's best beaches.
The special ranking list for safaris takes into account accessibility to parks, the quantity of different ecosystems and animals, and above all the quality of services and offers, a field in which Kenya is taking giant steps forward.
While for beaches, the award as "Top African destination" concerns the beauty of coastline and sea, the quality and quantity of hotels and services, catering, the beauty of nature, marine parks and excursions.
Diani and Watamu have contributed to win this title at Kenya, while in the category of absolute places the first place went to the island of Thanda, in Tanzania and for safaris to a lodge of the Serengeti.
Good news for safari lovers in Kenya and especially for those who organize them, agencies and tour operators.
The Kenya Wildlife Service from November 1 reduced entry ticket in Kenya's national parks and reserves.
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