Diani Reef partners with Silverstone Air in a bid to boost domestic tourism

Kwale, Diani 25th June, 2019:  Diani Reef Beach Resort and Spa has further strengthened its partnership with Silverstone Air to boost domestic tourism as the high season for tourism begins in July.

The new package that runs up to December this year, will allow the domestic traveler to save 30 percent off the normal flight and accommodation rate to enjoy 2 nights’ stay on half-board basis, return flights from Nairobi’s Wilson Airport to Ukunda’s Diani Airport, return airport transfers, complimentary gym and swimming pool use along with a 15 percent discount on beverages and spa treatments.

According to Bobby Kamani, Managing Director, Diani Reef Beach Resort and Spa, the new package has been introduced to encourage the domestic traveler to enjoy affordable rates as well as have the opportunity to visit Africa’s leading beach destination:

“This is a great partnership with one of the leading domestic airlines in the country. We believe it will be beneficial to local tourists since they are saving up to 25 percent from the usual rates. At the same time, Diani has a lot to offer being Africa’s leading beach destination. We urge Kenyans to take advantage and enjoy this special offer as the high season kicks off in July.”

At the same time, Patrick Oketch, Sales and Marketing Manager, Silverstone Air said: “We are most pleased to work with our preferred partners on the South Coast, the Diani Reef Beach Resort & Spa. Together, we have launched a discounted fly and stay package for the domestic market. This is a very special package which will enable Kenyans to take advantage of visiting the award – winning Diani Beach, which is well and truly Africa’s Leading Beach Destination. Our association with Diani Reef is a long – term and fruitful one. We look forward to working with such partners in all regions of operation within the country”.

Last year Diani Reef was feted by World Travel Awards as Africa’s Leading Beach Resort and was recently awarded the five star status by Kenya’s Tourism Regulatory Authority.