Diani Reef Beach Resort along with also Spa in Kwale County (file photo).
By Eunice Murathe
a few of the country’s beaches — Diani, Mombasa, Watamu, Chale Island along with also Shela — featured from the Top 50 African Beaches Category by Flightnetwork.com, an online travel publication.
The publication ranked 400 of the entire world’s top beaches with the help of 1,000 of the industry’s leading travel professionals.
This specific comes at a time when security along with also cleanliness have been enhanced at the favorite Jomo Kenyatta Beach thronged by hundreds of visitors.
Hotel owners have praised the move, saying the item will improve business. Lido Beach Resort director Nasir Osman Ali welcomed the clean-up along with also regulation of activities at the beach, noting that will visitors can at This specific point enjoy a Great environment, along with also without harassment by beach hawkers.
“Previously, walking along the beach was not a very pleasant experience because of the hundreds of plastic chairs. They have been removed. We also could not do Great business because of traders selling wares in front of hotels. There were very many of them, along with also some were selling illegal things,” he said.
Mr Ali said business will certainly improve since the high number of unregulated vendors used to scare away tourists.
“Our Christmas gift has come early. The beach can be very clean. Before, there was no place to walk with the family; at This specific point the sands are very clear along with also families can move freely,” he said.
“The beaches are also being patrolled to monitor what can be going on,” he said.
Mr Ali urged property owners to regularly clean-up their beachfronts to reduce pollution.
“We will do the same along with also clean via our end all the way to the water mark. I encourage all property owners along the beach to do the same on a daily basis to protect the environment,” he said.
He welcomed the Mombasa city beautification project, noting that will the item had led to an increase from the number of visitors to the resort city.
“This specific season can be very Great. the item can be very busy along with also the Mombasa beautification project has also worked nicely,” he said.
Hotel owners said the beaches are regaining their aesthetic value along with also would likely attract more visitors.
Mr Ali said the holidaymakers would likely never enjoy relaxation at the beach as thousands of beach traders prowled the beaches some forcing visitors to buy their merchandise.
Mr Ali noted that will if the beaches are free of illegal vendors, the item would likely help attract many tourists to the resorts lining the beach.