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World Tourism Day: Jumia Travel Green Summit 2017

To highlight the significance of sustainable tourism as a tool for development, Jumia Travel marked the World Tourism Day by bringing together experts and stakeholders in a workshop dubbed “Green Summit” held in collaboration with the Kenya Utalii College. The workshop, aimed at sensitizing the public on their pivotal roleRead More

Tourism Stakeholders React To Sector’s Performance Post Elections

With diminutive effect from the elections anxiety, Kenya’s tourism sector has withstood the pressures of uncertainties that resulted to some tourists having to hold their travel plans. As one of the most volatile sectors, tourism stakeholders remain obliged to Kenyans for choosing peace during a considerably fraught time. This, accordingRead More

Nairobi Leads in Africa with a 22% Rise in Domestic Air Travel Capacity

Nairobi is the only city in Africa whose airports are recording higher growth for domestic capacity than that of international capacity,with a 22% boost. This is according to a new report by ForwardKeys, which compares Nairobi’s trend to most of the other top 10 African Airports ranked by total scheduledRead More

2017 Africa Hospitality Report

Tourism and hospitality Industry patterns in Africa. Jumia Travel & Accor Hotels give insights into Africa’s Hospitality Industry, 2017. Tourism in Africa is essential for both international and intra-border trade; apart from serving as a major employer by contributing 1 /10 jobs (UNWTO) the sector also serves a unique roleRead More