MARK ZUCKERBERG PUTS KENYA’S TOURISM ON THE MAP BY VISITING WILDLIFE CENTRE
It is clear facebook founder mark zuckerberg just can’t get enough of Kenya’s beauty and cuisine which he seemed to have enjoyed largely from the first time.
The young billionaire, who is a Harvard university graduate, did what every typical tourist does when they are in the country and that is visiting the wildlife sites.
Zuckerberg visited lake Naivasha and took exquisite photos of the wildlife down there and shared to his million facebook followers. This will no doubt in one way or the other boost the economy of the tourism sector in the country and the young philanthropist deserves all the credit for doing that.
In the company of his wife and his team mates the 32 year old posted the picturess with the caption
“For some good news, visiting Kenya means getting to see amazing natural beauty and wildlife. Here are some photos from around Lake Naivasha. Bonus: baby giraffes!”