11-03-2021 di redazione
At a time when the tourism crisis linked to the pandemic has led to drops in attendance of up to 75%, coastal hoteliers are trying to revitalise the sector with events and improved services.
In Watamu, after the successful debut of Temple Point last month, the Seven Island Resort, with its fabulous Paparemo beach, organised a Festival from 12 to 14 March with numerous DJs and continuous entertainment, especially for those booking the whole weekend, at very competitive prices.
"Watamu has the potential to be the "queen" of the Kenyan coast: the beauty of its beaches and Nature conquers, the presence of high level hotels and activities favours a quality hospitality, it's time to offer entertainment and fun also in this period of limitations, hoping soon to do even better".
The event starts tomorrow 12th March in the beautiful setting of Paparemo, continues on Saturday with the exclusive beach island party and ends on Sunday with a spectacular pool party at the Seven Islands Resort, all with numerous DJs, good music for dancing and having fun and a great desire to be together always respecting the anti covid-19 regulations.
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