It’s low season at the South Coast

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It’s low season at the South Coast

Deserted beaches, hotels operated with quarter its capacity and deserted sandy beaches is what welcomed us at the South Coast. At this time of the year, there are no tourists to grace the magnificent hotels in Diani, Kwale County. This is the right time for domestic tourists to visit and enjoy Kenya’s heritage. The economics is not adding up at this time of the year for the investors in the hospitality industry.

Deserted beaches at the south coast in Ukunda, Kwale County.
Photo: Deserted beaches at the south coast in Ukunda, Kwale County.

If you are getting into the hospitality industry take note that there are peaks and off-peaks. It is a cycle.

 

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