Kenya’s tourism sector has received a major boost after EatOut, an online platform that links consumers to local restaurants, announced the official entrance of Nomad, a free East Africa travel magazine aimed at a new breed of traveller seeking inspiration on places to go and things to do.
“Every month, the Nomad team will bring local and international tourists diverse and exciting content on destinations, road trips, interviews with well-known figures, weekend escapes and more from around the region,” EatOut said in a statement.
The inaugural edition features Kenya’s northern Rift Valley lakes, Baringo and Bogoria, and takes readers on a road trip across northern Kenya, while exploring weekend gems closer to home.
The KTB and East African Tourism Platform have been extremely helpful, guiding us with insights and connecting us to the various stakeholders in the region.
The launch Nomad would inspire readers to explore more of East Africa.
Nomad will be distributed for free in Kenya with an initial print run of 8,000 copies. EatOut said readership will extend far beyond that, with readers engaged through social media promotions on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.
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