Blueberry increases footprints in Kenyan market, seeks to tap into football fanbase

Blueberry Travel has stepped up a campaign to increase its footprint after its two and half years of operations in the Kenyan market. 

This Global Travel Management company boasts attractive, executive packages to Maasai mara which ensures everyone can reach out to Blueberry from as low as twenty-five thousand with two nights’ accommodation, meals on full board, and 4×4 game drives.

The Travel Agency offers pocket-friendly and convenient travel packages to anywhere in the world, the ability to issue any airline’s ticket in the world is making Blueberry the choice of everyone.

Blueberry has been in existence for more than 10 years in the world market and has a presence in 22 countries of the world which is expected to be reached 25 countries by the end of the year.

Addressing journalists during the Hindu Cultural Day at the premier club Mr. Ravi Manghnani, the General Manager of Blueberry Travel said the company is “offering a football fanatics package of 4 days stay and 3 nights, return airport transfers, transfer to the stadium, half-day Doha city tour and a chance to watch a football match between Portugal vs Uruguay during the Qatar World Cup, which is aimed at ensuring football fans across the world can enjoy watching football live from Doha.

He called on Kenyans to reach out to Blueberry for all the travel needs. He further disclosed that Blueberry is giving discounted tickets to the participants who are going to join the 100th-century celebration of Shri Pramukh Swami Maharaj.

  

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