The latest statistics from Kenya on Ecotourist Stayers

Kenyan Government officials have released statistics that reveal that the country has a record number of ecotoursists per capita, and the number is increasing every year.

The official statistics show that the number of visitors to Kenya is now higher than the total number of people who visit the country.

Last year, the country saw an increase of 5,400 visitors to the country, which is a 6.2% increase over last year.

“The increase in the number and the frequency of visitors is expected to continue in the future,” the statistics department wrote in a release.

The latest figures from Kenya show that this year, Kenya has welcomed an increase in visitors of 1,800 compared to last year’s number of 1 and 3 million, respectively.

More than 1,600 people are said to have visited Kenya in 2016, which means that more people are coming every day.

The Kenyan government has put a lot of effort into making ecotouring a big deal in the country and there is a great demand for these activities.

According to the official statistics, the average number of days spent on ecotoring per capita is just over three weeks.

This year, tourists spent over three times the amount of time on the trails compared to the same time last year, according to the report.

There are about 2,600 trips made each day across Kenya and the national park is also home to a number of parks, including the Mt.

Kenya National Park, which has been the location of many of the most popular tourist spots.

A study released last month by the Kenya Tourism Association found that the Kenya tourism industry in 2016 generated more than $300 million in tourism revenue, with more than 3,000 foreign companies involved in Kenya’s tourism sector.

This year, more than half of the national parks that have been designated as national parks have seen a rise in visitors compared to 2015.

This has led to increased demand for the tourism sector in Kenya and also to increased tourism activity, according the report released by the Tourism Association.

In Kenya, there are several other national parks, such as the national forest and national park, that are home to some of the highest numbers of visitors.

At the moment, the number one attraction for tourists is the Kudu-Yunguru national park in the North-West of the country with a population of more than 40,000.

Another highlight for tourists in Kenya is the Great Barrier Reef National Park which is home to more than 1.2 million visitors a year.

This is the largest national park on the continent and has been designated a UNESCO World Heritage site.

For many tourists, it is their first visit to Kenya and it is a highlight of the trip.

This also means that Kenya has a very busy tourist season.

The tourism season runs from October to April and is traditionally the busiest time of the year for tourists.

Many of the main tourist attractions in Kenya have been chosen to be at the top of the tourism lists and the tourism season is always going to be busy.

Although the national tourism season does not start until November, there is still a huge amount of tourism activity going on during the peak of the season, which starts on January 7.

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