Call for spa and wellness certification in Kenya


Balala argued that the industry needs standards that conform to global standards. Such standards would benefit a great deal from the introduction of a curriculum with training in the industry at the Kenya Utalii College.

Najib Balala says; "I believe there is potential in this kind of tourism and that is why I am urging both the Tourism Regulatory Authority and the Spa and Wellness Association of Africa to work together for the formulation of standards to help enhance the Kenyan offering to travellers and tourists.”



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