Capitalizing on the health-conscious traveler

By Josephine Wawira The year is ending on a high note, with most people checking off their lists for the achieved and not so well-done objectives set in January. On top of a majority’s list is in aspects of lifestyle, from eating healthy to staying fit. This is where the health and wellness tourism come... Continue Reading →


Jumia Travel Opens Physical Agencies in Nairobi

By Lillian Gaitho Offline sales are still important. 45% of tour and attraction transactions are happening directly offline. This makes in-person exchanges a top channel for activity sales - Phocuswright, 2017 Growth of local travel market a key contributing factor - Kenya Tourism Board, 2016 report Need to create a seamless process for the customer... Continue Reading →

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