Tembea Kenya Selfie-Challenge

The Kenya Tourism Board (KTB), this week announced the launch of an online domestic consumer campaign running from 12th April to 1st May 2017 under the hashtag #TembeaKenyaSelfie.

#TembeaKenyaSelfie Challenge

The campaign is aimed at pushing Kenyans and residents to travel domestically within the country during this Easter holiday and to inspire travel throughout the year.

All you are required is to share photos of your unique travel experiences, indicating your location in your social media platforms and also tagging KTB’s social and digital platforms (@MagicalKenya) with the aim of highlighting attractions across the country, more so the lesser known regions.

The individual with the highest score in terms of number of likes of their posts on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook will be declared the winner. Draws will be done on Tuesdays and Thursdays with exciting holiday prizes up for grabs.

Use hashtags #TembeaKenya, #MagicalKenya, #TembeaKenyaSelfie

 

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