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2nd Coast Tourism Conference for Uganda and Kenya

Introduction

Stakeholders in Uganda’s tourism sector together with Kenya Coast have today launched the second Uganda-Kenya Coast Tourism Conference. The event is scheduled to take on 13th-14th of November 2023 at 08:00am at Diani Beach, Kwale County, Kenya. The theme for the conference is “Consolidating Networks, Synergies & Diversity to maximize the tourism potential between Uganda and Kenya Coastal Region.” This collaboration among other objectives aims at developing joint coast tourism packages between Uganda and Kenya  as well as increasing tourist arrivals and investments in the tourism sectors in Uganda and Kenya’s coastal region. There are tourist attractions that are unique to Uganda such as the mountain gorillas and those that are unique to Kenya such as the coastal beaches.

 Why attend?

This collaboration will help the two tourism sectors develop complementary tour packages that tourists can take up for mutual benefit of two countries. Important to note is that Uganda is Kenya’s second biggest source market for tourists. In 2022, 150,900 Ugandans visited Kenya and out of these, 22,200 visited Kenya Coast, rising from 10,100 in 2021. Likewise, in 2022, 376,294 Kenyans visited Uganda, indicating an increase of over 40,000 tourists from 2021 where 326,387 Kenyan visitors were recorded in Uganda.

In a significant stride for the tourism industry, key stakeholders within Uganda’s thriving tourism sector have joined hands with their counterparts from the enchanting Kenya Coast region to launch the highly anticipated second Uganda-Kenya Coast Tourism Conference. This groundbreaking event is ingeniously themed “Consolidating Networks, Synergies & Diversity to Maximize the Tourism Potential Between Uganda and Kenya Coastal Region.”

Beyond a mere collaboration, this partnership boasts multifaceted objectives aimed at fostering a stronger bond between the tourism landscapes of Uganda and the captivating Kenyan Coast. A primary focus lies in the inception of collaborative tourism packages that seamlessly weave together the captivating offerings of both destinations.

This strategic initiative, when realized, is poised to usher in a fresh wave of tourist arrivals and an infusion of investments into the burgeoning tourism sectors of both Uganda and the coastal regions of Kenya.

Intriguingly distinct attractions paint the backdrop for this harmonious partnership. Uganda’s exquisite claim to fame, the majestic mountain gorillas, stands tall as one of the world’s most awe-inspiring wildlife encounters. On the other side of the spectrum, Kenya boasts its unparalleled coastal beaches, beckoning travelers with their allure.

The fusion of these unique offerings sets the stage for the development of a symbiotic relationship that will allow the two nations to craft meticulously designed tour packages to cater for  diverse tastes of global wanderers.

Highlighting the significance of this collaboration, it’s worth noting that Uganda emerges as Kenya’s second-largest source market for tourists. In the year 2022, a staggering 150,900 Ugandans embarked on a journey to Kenya’s  landscapes.

Of this number, a remarkable 22,200 chose to explore the Kenya Coast, reflecting a substantial increase from the 10,100 visitors recorded in 2021 and 2022 witnessed the arrival of 376,294 Kenyan tourists to Uganda, marking an impressive leap of over 40,000 from the preceding year.

This symbiotic relationship between Uganda and Kenya’s coastal regions is poised to not only elevate the tourist experience but also to amplify economic growth through increased tourist expenditure and investments.

By pooling their unique attributes and shared goals, these two nations are paving the way for a thriving tourism landscape that celebrates diversity .

The second Uganda-Kenya Coast Tourism Conference emerges as a beacon of hope, a catalyst for growth, and a testament to the power of collaboration. Get your ticket now

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coast tourism

2nd Coast Tourism Conference for Uganda and Kenya

Introduction

Stakeholders in Uganda’s tourism sector together with Kenya Coast have today launched the second Uganda-Kenya Coast Tourism Conference. The event is scheduled to take on 13th-14th of November 2023 at 08:00am at Diani Beach, Kwale County, Kenya. The theme for the conference is “Consolidating Networks, Synergies & Diversity to maximize the tourism potential between Uganda and Kenya Coastal Region.” This collaboration among other objectives aims at developing joint coast tourism packages between Uganda and Kenya  as well as increasing tourist arrivals and investments in the tourism sectors in Uganda and Kenya’s coastal region. There are tourist attractions that are unique to Uganda such as the mountain gorillas and those that are unique to Kenya such as the coastal beaches.

 Why attend?

This collaboration will help the two tourism sectors develop complementary tour packages that tourists can take up for mutual benefit of two countries. Important to note is that Uganda is Kenya’s second biggest source market for tourists. In 2022, 150,900 Ugandans visited Kenya and out of these, 22,200 visited Kenya Coast, rising from 10,100 in 2021. Likewise, in 2022, 376,294 Kenyans visited Uganda, indicating an increase of over 40,000 tourists from 2021 where 326,387 Kenyan visitors were recorded in Uganda.

In a significant stride for the tourism industry, key stakeholders within Uganda’s thriving tourism sector have joined hands with their counterparts from the enchanting Kenya Coast region to launch the highly anticipated second Uganda-Kenya Coast Tourism Conference. This groundbreaking event is ingeniously themed “Consolidating Networks, Synergies & Diversity to Maximize the Tourism Potential Between Uganda and Kenya Coastal Region.”

Beyond a mere collaboration, this partnership boasts multifaceted objectives aimed at fostering a stronger bond between the tourism landscapes of Uganda and the captivating Kenyan Coast. A primary focus lies in the inception of collaborative tourism packages that seamlessly weave together the captivating offerings of both destinations.

This strategic initiative, when realized, is poised to usher in a fresh wave of tourist arrivals and an infusion of investments into the burgeoning tourism sectors of both Uganda and the coastal regions of Kenya.

Intriguingly distinct attractions paint the backdrop for this harmonious partnership. Uganda’s exquisite claim to fame, the majestic mountain gorillas, stands tall as one of the world’s most awe-inspiring wildlife encounters. On the other side of the spectrum, Kenya boasts its unparalleled coastal beaches, beckoning travelers with their allure.

The fusion of these unique offerings sets the stage for the development of a symbiotic relationship that will allow the two nations to craft meticulously designed tour packages to cater for  diverse tastes of global wanderers.

Highlighting the significance of this collaboration, it’s worth noting that Uganda emerges as Kenya’s second-largest source market for tourists. In the year 2022, a staggering 150,900 Ugandans embarked on a journey to Kenya’s  landscapes.

Of this number, a remarkable 22,200 chose to explore the Kenya Coast, reflecting a substantial increase from the 10,100 visitors recorded in 2021 and 2022 witnessed the arrival of 376,294 Kenyan tourists to Uganda, marking an impressive leap of over 40,000 from the preceding year.

This symbiotic relationship between Uganda and Kenya’s coastal regions is poised to not only elevate the tourist experience but also to amplify economic growth through increased tourist expenditure and investments.

By pooling their unique attributes and shared goals, these two nations are paving the way for a thriving tourism landscape that celebrates diversity .

The second Uganda-Kenya Coast Tourism Conference emerges as a beacon of hope, a catalyst for growth, and a testament to the power of collaboration. Get your ticket now

One thought on “2nd Coast Tourism Conference for Uganda and Kenya”

  1. vorbelutr ioperbir January 19, 2024

    Some truly tremendous work on behalf of the owner of this internet site, dead great subject material.

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