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The official Twitter handle for Kenya Tourism Board, a State Corporation whose mission is to drive & support the effective Marketing of Kenya’s tourism products
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Kenya Tourism Board 3h
If you are a hiker looking for stunning scenery and jaw-dropping viewpoints, then this one is for you! 📸:@shilssp
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 18
What a sunset! 😍 If you're into chasing sunsets, then spend your evening watching the wonderful colors of the sunset of Lamu 📸:@explorewithdhruti
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 17
An Aerial view of the racing stripes dashing across a shallow pan in the heart of Magical Kenya. Credits:
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 17
Mt.Ololokwe is a distinctive mountain overlooking the Samburu plains in Northern Kenya,her beauty calls you from the highway and if you have been on this road you must have made a mental note that you will be back to experience her. 📸:
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 15
The battle continues and what a feeling it is to conquer the winds
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 14
There is a wide variety of bird life in . The soda lakes of the Rift Valley, Kakamega forest and the eastern highlands of Mount Kenya are some of the popular places that bird watchers go to. 📸:
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 13
Enjoy wonderful views of the city of Nairobi and the great Rift Valley while hiking the Ngong Hills. It’s a popular walking and picnicking venue.The hike takes about 4 to 5 hours to complete depending on fitness levels 📸:@tembea_na_mo
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 12
Replying to @bkaparo @bobbyneptune
Yes Indeed this is the Nabuyatom Crater, a geological marvel found in L. Turkana.
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 12
An old volcanic cone in Northern Kenya on the south shore of Lake Turkana. Credit:
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MKTE Jun 11
This video is about how the local communities in Northern Kenya are helping to preserve . Among other things, there has been a 53% decrease in illegal elephant killings as a result of their work. It's up to us to protect our wildlife.
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 11
Nairobi’s meetings, incentives, conferencing and exhibitions (MICE) tourism has grown over the past few years to become a key revenue contributor in the tourism industry.
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KWS Jun 10
Did you know that the Ishaqbini Hirola Sanctuary, located in Ijara sub-county, Garissa county, is home to both the critically endangered Hirola Antelope & the only white giraffe in the world? Having birthed a male calf in Feb 2017, mama giraffe is again expectant 😍
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Ministry of Tourism & Wildlife-Kenya Jun 6
Thread Alert: 1/6 Kenya has announced ban on single-use plastics in all our protected areas, including national parks, beaches, forests and conservation areas effective June 5, 2020.
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Coastal Travels 🇰🇪 Jun 9
For years, the identity of the Mijikenda has been expressed through oral traditions & performing arts related to the sacred forests, which are also sources of valuable medicinal plants. practices constitute their codes of ethics and governance systems. 1/2 Images: Courtesy
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wildlifedirect Jun 10
This issue of 'Why I Love Kenya' is shining the spotlight on how Kenya is responding to the demands of existing & evolving niche markets which you can find out here 👉. Please RT!
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 7
Female lions spend their days hunting while male lions guard the pride. A lion's roar can be heard from more than 5 miles away! Thus, you're more likely to hear them before you see them! 📸:Jeffrey Wu
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 4
wishes our Muslim brothers and sisters a happy idd-ul-fitr .
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Jambo Magazine Jun 1
Kisumu, the beautiful Lakeside city. The county and region at large have a lot to offer in the tourism and hospitality sector. The city is also becoming the region's economic hub and is expected to host over 8,500 delegates for Africities summit.
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Spirit of Kisumu Jun 4
Corporates engagement program on domestic travel is ongoing at the Jambo Impala Ecolodge, Kisumu . The program is spearheaded by & it's bringing together stakeholders in the tourism sector with an aim of boosting domestic tourism in the region.
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Kenya Tourism Board Jun 3
L.Magadi is an amazing unique and serene destination for nature and bird lovers.Flamingos are particularly common on this lake as a result of the high temperatures which keeps the predators away during the nesting period. 📸
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