Kenya Coast Tourist Association as a backbone to tourism stakeholders since 1948.
Kenya Coast Tourist Association is a nonprofit organization established in 1948, under the umbrella of the East Africa Tourism Travel Association (EATTA), the first recorded tourism promotion organization in East Africa. Upon the demise of the EATTA in 1962, Mombasa & Coast Tourism Association (MCTA) took on the leading role of promoting and supporting tourism on behalf of tourism industry interests based at the coast. The Association changed its name to Kenya Coast Tourist Association (KCTA) to reflect its representation as the regional tourism association with a presence in the whole of the Coast region in 2014.
To prepare, print, publish and acquire any literature document, brochure maps,
postcards and any written audio or visual material as may be of interest to travelers and distribute by sale or otherwise.
To acquire, collate, distribute and advertise through the available means of
circulation, information in regards to the attraction, resources, statistics, facilities, cultural amenities and services.
To take all the necessary steps that are advisable and feasible for the improvement of the tourist attraction and conditions of travel purchases annexation, undertaking a license, by gift or otherwise within the mentioned periphery.
MANAGEMENT OF ASSOCIATION
Presently, the Association is managed by a strategic Secretariat headed by the Chief Executive Officer and five members of staff in ensuring the day to day operations of its affairs under the guidance of a 9 person’s Executive board under the leadership of a Chairperson. KCTA has a Board of Trustees composed of 5 members.
in 74 years.
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KCTA is the Coast region’s tourism umbrella body. Our focus is on developing a consolidated voice that will drive the improvement and development of the tourism industry and allied tourism services within the Coast region.
We bring together all tourism stakeholders for the purpose of advancing advocacy issues audibly and powerfully to the benefit of businesses and communities.
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COMMUNICATION AND INFORMATION DISSEMINATION
KCTA recognizes the dire need for effective communication and information dissemination to the tourism stakeholders to enable them to be part of the process and for full participation. This is done through:
- Website postings
- Monthly Newsletter and Social media updates
- Networking meetings
- Regular updates on sectoral matters
- Regular updates National, regional and County processes that affect the industry players
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