In a move that will be a sigh of relief to tourism in Kenya, The British government decided to lift the travel ban that was imposed against Kenya. Specifically, the area that is now considered safe are the the coastal areas in Malindi near the Galana River.
In an updated travel advisory, the Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) on Thursday said the 15km width of coastal strip from Galana to Watamu in Kilifi County is no longer high-risk and British nationals are free to tour it.
“Based on our latest assessment, the UK has removed its advice against all but essential travel to within 15km of the coast from the Galana (Athi-Galana-Sabaki) River down to Watamu
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