TRI is created by Tourism Act No. 28 of 2011. The Act states that; TRI will undertake and co-ordinate tourism research and analysis in accordance with its provisions. This will ensure that the research and knowledge gaps that exist in the sector are adequately addressed in line with the mandate of the Institute. …Readmore
Tourism research institute is mandated to undertake and coordinate tourism research and analysis, Currently the projects ongoing are;- 1. Comparative study on Kenya’s tourism performance and trends vis a vis global tourism trends and 2. An in-depth assessment of the Kenyan coastal beach tourism product.
This section provide statistics on Inbound and Outbound statistics. Outbound record activities of Kenyans travelling to and staying in places outside their country of residence and outside their usual environment for not more than 12 consecutive months while Inbound record the activities of the visitor travelling to a place outside his usual environment for not more than one consecutive year and not less than 24 hours.