Speaking at the recently concluded State House summit on Tourism, Balala said tourism sector has significantly improved by 14 percent as compared to the same period in 2015.
He noted Kenya tourism sector is projecting to hit the Sh100 billion make by year-end.
Tourism CS cited the improved security in the country with arrivals at JKIA having grown by 13.3 percent and at Mombasa international airport by 13.8 percent during the period under review compared to the same period last year.
Balala also noted that Kenyans embracing domestic tourism saying it has increased by 56 percent as compared to last year.
He also highlighted conference tourism, innovation and tourism promotion as the key pillars aimed at accelerating the sector going forward.
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