Undoubtedly one of Africa’s flagship Tourism exhibitions, The Magical Kenya Travel Expo (MKTE) is set for a physical return after a two-year hiatus due to the Covid pandemic.
The region’s most sought-after tourism show has been announced to take place on October 5-7 at the Kenyatta International Convention Centre in Nairobi. As it were with other major global travel events during Covid times, the Kenya Tourism Board opted for a hybrid show to keep the travel trade abreast with Kenya’s diverse tourism offerings.
As East Africa’s travel exhibition reference point. Last year the organiser’s had to postpone the eagerly awaited 10th anniversary celebration of the show since its inception. In a brief statement on the official portal of the event, it says ‘’Kenya Tourism Board invites you for the Leading Tourism Exhibition- The Magical Kenya Travel Expo 2022 themed”Rediscover The Magic”.
This follows a hugely successful virtual edition in 2021. We are excited to bring the travel trade together once again for face-to-face engagements in Nairobi. ’’As always, we welcome our partners from around the world to come and rediscover travel, meet with the passionate hosted buyers from key source markets and share our passion for driving tourism to Africa.’’ It continued
MKTE is a renowned flagship gathering of East Africa’s tourism leaders, products, global buyers, and media.
On show Solutions, the appointed organiser for the exhibition has outlined modalities for registration of trade, media and visitors through an email circular to partners and the tourism industry stakeholders. Register here
The Magical Kenya Travel Expo has over the years brought together different international buyers from top prioritized countries into Kenya who have seized and created opportunities in the country’s thriving tourism which is one of the backbones for the country’s economy. MKTE attracts hundreds of participants from across the globe each year.
The travel show has played a significant role in boosting the country’s tourism and by extension, East Africa’s.