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Cranbrook Tours introduces horticulture tourism in Kenya

3 monthes ago   |   By Travel and Tourworld

The flower enthusiasts from all the leading export markets are being flown away by a Kenyan tour operator to flower growing zones in the country is what is christened ‘horticultural tourism'.
This new form of tourism by Cranbrook Tours' in joint venture with locals and Associates Company Limited adds to an ever-increasing global trend in agro-tourism, shifting the sector from traditional animal scenes and culture tourism.
The firm which is domiciled in Nairobi and provides round the clock tour services comprising air booking and ticketing, airport transfers, visa application and hotel...
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