Indian travelers have increased their uptake of Kenya’s tourism products in recent years.
This increase is partly attributable to the Kenya Tourism Board’s concerted efforts to woo Indian travelers.
In 2019 alone, the East African country, the home of the African safari, witnessed 122,600 Indian tourists.
Although the number may have fallen to just over 25,000 in 2020 owing to the COVID-19 pandemic, Indian tourists continue to express interest in Kenyan safaris.
The Kenya- India partnership and cordial ties have resulted in a tourism boom that is hopefully here to stay.
Most visitors have been keen to see the global wildlife capital, the famed Masai Mara.