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Kenya Wildlife Service Reduced Conservation Fees

Following the assented Finance ACT 2016, entry fees to the national parks and reserves is VAT exempt. As a result, Kenya Wildlife Service has reviewed park entry fees downwards, effective 1st November 2016. As per the new rates, premium parks entry fees is Kshs 860 for citizens, Kshs1,030 for residents and USD60 for non residents; whilst wilderness parks rates is Kshs430 for citizens, Kshs1,030…Read More

United States Launches Partnership with Northern Rangelands Trust in Coastal Kenya

U.S. Ambassador to Kenya Robert Godec has launched a new U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) program in support of seven community conservancies across Coastal Kenya. The program is part of a new 5-year, Sh2 billion (US $20 million) partnership with the Northern Rangelands Trust (NRT) to help expand…Read More

Kenya’s Tourism Sector on The Rebound

Tourist arrivals grew by 17.8 per cent in the first nine months of the year, underlining a rebound for a sector that has been losing cash over the past six years. The number of international visitors rose to 655,058 in the year…Read More