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Adventure Travel Blog ‘Live Fun Travel’ Encourages People to Travel to Africa

Africa needs tourism to boost its economy. Its tourism hotspots are open, but the pandemic is keeping tourists at bay.

Africa’s tourism industry plays a vital role in its economy. Because of the pandemic, African countries like Kenya and Uganda are experiencing an unprecedented crisis threatening the livelihood of many in the tourism industry. To help with this, couple Michael Mucci and Kati Weiss, founders of Live Fun Travel, are launching a campaign to encourage people to visit Africa and help revive its struggling tourism economy.

“The local economies that were dependent on tourism suffered during the COVID-19 pandemic, cutting off services and hurting business,” says Michael Mucci and Kati Weiss.

The couple’s recent travel to Kenya and Uganda showed that both countries are prepared to welcome travelers. Still, travel restrictions and pandemic scares have halted the number of tourists coming in. According to Michael Mucci and Kati Weiss, despite strictly following COVID-19 safety protocols to ensure safety, tourists and visitors have yet to return to Africa.

Traveling to Africa can prove to be a life-changing experience. Aside from its wonderfully scenic view and safari-related offerings, African countries boast a rich culture and uniquely diverse activities.

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About Live Fun Travel

Live Fun Travel is an adventure travel blog is dedicated to encouraging others to live less ordinary lives. It was founded by the adventurous couple, Michael Mucci and Kati Weiss. They aim to connect with people who share the same passion for traveling and photography as them.

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