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Italy Travel Agents, Tour Operators and planners offering holiday packages Holiday to Kenya Kenya is committed to market abroad, because they feel that the country is a safe holiday destination despite reports that the suspect Fazul Abdallah terrorist was hiding in Malindi Kenya. At a meeting, the main operators in Italy and Malindi Safari downplayed the threat of terrorism and pledged to support the government in Kenya marketing in Europe. Internationally recognized tour operator Franco Rosso, owner of a chain of hotels resorts in Mombasa and Malindi, Kenya said the marketing in Europe was a priority.
It was important during this time of reservations on the sidelines after post-election violence that rocked the country in January and February 2007 and the global crisis. Another man Quaciari hotel, which operates Mwembe Hotel Resort, Pink Beach Resort is putting up a Sh550 million beach resort hotel in Watamu said investors had confidence in the country and expects a tourism sector expanded.
"We have the support of the Government efforts to market Kenya and Malindi, in particular, managing director said African Safaris and adventure, a luxury beach, honeymoon and family holiday tour operator vacation. The recent visit by the Minister of Tourism Mr. Balala to Italy created the awareness of Italian travel agents. We will make the market power of Malindi, "he said. Italian travel agents on their way the media at the Pink Beach Resort, where the Italian Matteo Borghi singer performed some of his greatest successes.
However, Mr. Rosso, who was the first European to set a charter flight to Mombasa in 1972, urged the government to put up infrastructure to boost the sector on the north coast. "The Kenyan government should pay attention to the development agenda and to build an international airport in Malindi. The road between Mombasa and Malindi should also be transformed and maintained because it is a basic component of tourism development, "said Rosso. He said security problems should be prioritized and guests said they are safe when visit.