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Things are looking up for Coast as tourists flock back

Tourism at the Coast, which has been going through tough times, is having a welcome rebound.

The good times is signalled by the return of conference tourism with the holding of the United Nations World Tourism Organisation meeting in Mombasa, opened on Friday by Deputy President William Ruto.

Organisation s secretary-general Taleb Rifai urged international tourists to come to Kenya in droves to enjoy beach, safari and the diverse culture