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Kenya’s TrippyGO Tours & Travel appoints TRAC as India Rep for Marketing & Sales

Kenya-based TrippyGO Tours & Travel has appointed TRAC Representations (India) Pvt. Ltd. as Marketing & Sales Representative in India. In the initial phase, TRAC will be launching packages promoting Indian outbound to Kenya. Moving forward, under this business association, packages will be introduced to more destinations in Africa.

TrippyGO Tours & Travel is one of the leading tour operators in Kenya, with over a decade of experience in handling inbound and outbound incentive tours and conferences. TrippyGO Tours & Travel provide customised services and their team of experienced professionals is fully equipped to cater to all travel requirements. They have escorted most of the groups and conducted entire tours under their personal supervision. This has brought essential destination knowledge and operational expertise.

Dennis Omondi, Director, TrippyGO Tours & Travel, said, “We are extremely grateful to partner with TRAC Representations (I) Pvt. Ltd. to offer negotiated rates and packages to India market that showcases the rich cultural diversity of Kenyan tourism and East Africa in general. Thank you in anticipation of your patronage and we assure you of the best services at all times.”

Rajeev Nangia, COO, TRAC Representations (I) Pvt. Ltd. stated, “We are delighted to associate with TrippyGO Tours & Travel, to launch exclusive offers promoting a variety of travel packages to Africa. This tie-up reflects our commitment to provide the highest quality of products and services by TrippyGO, initially promoting Kenya, followed by other African destinations as we move ahead. There is a huge potential to grow the Indian outbound to Africa, which is already very popular with FIT’s and families, adventure travellers, nature & wildlife lovers, and the honeymoon clientele.”


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