Tourism in Kenya is operating as usual despite recording its lowest rainfall in years, the tourist board has confirmed. Kenya’s Ministry of Tourism said that although some areas had been affected, most regions have seen adequate rainfall and accommodation businesses in the Massai Mara region have reported ‘impressive’ bookings. Holidays in the western, Rift Valley and coastal areas are also still seeing a usual flow of bookings. In addition, water is not an issue for hotels and lodges and there have been no reports of water running out at accommodation. The hardest hit areas are in the north and east of Kenya including Garissa, Wajir, Moyale, Isiolo, Marsabit and Mandera.