How Kenya and the Gambia are reshaping tourism after lockdown

COVID-19 has crippled African tourism - here's how some countries are responding. Image: REUTERS/Siphiwe Sibeko

Adam Bah

Honorary Doctor of Responsible Tourism, Leeds Beckett University

Davina Stanford

Course Director, Responsible Tourism Management MSc, Leeds Beckett University


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A local by the beach in Tanji, the Gambia. Image: Rachel Whitelock
Elephants in Amboseli national park. Image: Jimmy Edmonds
Gambia’s most popular tourist beach at Kololi Beach is empty. Image: Adama Bah
The Ninki Nanka Trail Image: Design by Art Hotel; Illustration by Nigel Kirton

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