Biodiversity conservation and tourism have a correlation. With the coronavirus crisis, so many challenges are visible now more than ever. Here we will see the way forward for tourism and biodiversity conservation
Coronavirus crisis has come with so many challenges but at the same time has given rise to multiple opportunities.In this article we will comprehensively look at each of these aspects
This is a guide on how the tourism players in Kenya can best recover post-COVID-19 crisis through targeting its domestic market
This is a tweet chat summary organised by STTA Young Change Makers on 2nd May 2020 on “What possible changes in cities, awaits tourism after COVID-19?”
This piece will help you learn how to build a crisis communication plan that will uphold your values and encourage people to have shared responses
Risks are not simply bigger events; they have a significant impact upon people and infrastructure and thus upon tourism facilities, operations, local communities and visitors. let’s look at what uncertainties they present on tourism destinations
The Post COVID-19 Leap Forward webinar hosted by the Ministry of Tourism and Wildlife in Kenya will be a conducted on Monday, April 27, 2020. All tourism and Hospitality professionals are invited to attend.
Africa’s tourism industry has adversely been affected by the 2020 global Crisis, Coronavirus. For Africa to thrive post-COVID-19, the following measures have to be taken
COVID-19 pandemic has hit all economies worldwide. Different sectors and countries have held deliberations on how to fight this crisis since making a united front is vital in this case. The global community, including the tourism sector, should work more closely together and show that solidarity can go beyond national borders Najib BalalaChair of UNWTOExecutiveContinue reading “COVID-19 and Tourism in Kenya: Kenya Tourism Board joins the Campaign by UNWTO #StayHome #TravelTomorrow”
The Kenyan tourism industry is taking necessary measures to address the COVID-19 pandemic.A recession period has been created because of the lock down. However, the tourism sector is resilient and we shall overcome!