14-08-2019 by redazione
The road from Malindi to the Tsavo Est National Park, better known as the Tsavo Road, is almost completely paved.
The work begun in September three years ago has therefore practically been completed, for a total of 120 kilometres of route that winds through the hinterland of Malindi, through the towns of Ganda, Kakuyuni, Jilore, Kakoneni, Langobaya and Shakaola.
Even though the eyes of lovers of Africa have been lacking a bit of poetry, the road has significantly reduced travel times for safaris and tense camps, giving tourism the opportunity to intensify the relationship between sea and savannah for which Malindi and Watamu are one of the few possible destinations in all of Africa. But the tarmac road is a panacea especially for local trade and the movements of the population of the Malindi hinterland, which can now reach Malindi in a short time, even for health emergencies, as well as law enforcement agencies can ensure safety and intervention in less time.
In the coming weeks the asphalt will reach the Sala Gate, the main entrance gate to the park from the coast.
Then President Uhuru Kenyatta or his Deputy William Ruto will be waiting for the inauguration of the infrastructure work completed in just under 3 years.
(Photo Credits: Peter Mkristo)
Progress for the tarmac of the road that leads to the entrance hall from Malindi Gate of Tsavo East National Park.
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Despite the political crisis and the wait for elections. bis, the government does not stop and continues its plans to upgrade the roads along the coast.
Last Monday, the Deputy Minister of Transport and Infrastructure John Mosonik attended