Kenya tourism sector to fully recover in 2025 – Fitch

Kenya tourism sector to fully recover in 2025 – Fitch

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Kenya's tourism sector is expected to fully recover in 2025 following damage caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, Fitch Ratings.

The East African country is expected to receive 2.2 million international tourists in 2025.

Kenya’s tourism sector, said the rating agency, is projected to record a 47.3% growth in global travel next year, building on the recovery registered this year.

The sector’s recovery is buoyed by the resumption of flights by global airlines including Kenya Airways (KQ) on routes that had been suspended as a result of the pandemic.

Kenya's tourism sector eased 71.3% in 2020.

The country’s top market sources include the US, UK, Uganda, Tanzania, China, India, Germany, Rwanda, France and South Africa.

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