TRA Highlights

Who we are
Tourism Regulatory Authority (TRA) is a corporate body established under section 4 of the Tourism Act No.28 of 2011 and is mandated to regulate the tourism sector in Kenya. This entails developing regulations, standards and guidelines that are necessary to ensure an all-round quality service delivery in the tourism sector.
TRA Legislation
The tourism industry operates within a developed legal and regulatory framework which the players in this industry need to adhere to in the course of offering their services. The Authority strives to deepen and broaden tourism by developing and implementing a regulatory framework that ensures fairness, orderliness and high quality…
Standardization and Classification
TRA will periodically be undertaking national classification of all regulated tourism activities and services with the aim of ensuring high standards and quality of services. The classification exercises will be overseen by a Standardization and Classification Committee comprising members from both the public and private sectors. This will be based…
Tourism Licensing
Tourism licensing is premised on ensuring customer satisfaction and competitiveness of the country as a tourist destination. Thus, all activities and services as outlined in the 9th Schedule of Tourism Act, 2011 need to manage customer expectations by maintaining minimum standards. In particular, regulation has a number of benefits which…

Quick Contacts

Tourism Regulatory Authority,
Utalii House,5th Floor,
Utalii Lane, off Uhuru Highway.
P.O. Box 25357-00100, Nairobi, KENYA
Telephone:+254 0701-444777