Religious tourism is developing between Kenya and Greece

Members of the Anglican Church of Kenya, Nairobi Diocese, in front of the Anglican Cathedral in Athens (2015).

The possibilities for religious tourism to be developed between Kenya and Greece become more and more obvious. Most Kenyans visit Greece to follow the steps of Saint Paul, their presence in the country being like a pilgrimage. Their itinerary often includes a visit to Cyprus and a cruise to Aegean islands like Patmos and Kriti.

Another one of these pilgrimages is going to take place during September making more than clear that religious tourism is being well established between Kenya and Greece.