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4 Business Ideas for Kenyan Coast Residents

1. Fishing

Fish is one of the favorite dishes for coastal residents. 9 out of 10 families incorporate fish in their meals at least once per day, making it a popular business. This said, fishing is a good business idea since there is a ready market. You will need to have deep-sea fishing skills and know the best time of the day to go fishing. Invest in a strong boat and start making money.

2. Tour Guide Business

The Kenyan coast is a popular tourist destination. This means that tourists from different countries will want to walk along the sandy beaches, visit old buildings like the Fort Jesus in Mombasa, Gedi Ruins in Malindi, and Old Town Mombasa.

The coast also has a fascinating nightlife that tourists love to be part of. If these attraction centres are in your area, seek to know every corner so you can have an easy time guiding tourists whenever they come to visit.

3. Food Business

The Kenyan coast is known for its delicious dishes starting from its mahamri, bhajia, biryani, pilau, fish curries, etc. Most of these meals take time to prepare and many people are usually discouraged from preparing them

It is a perfect business opportunity to residents who love cooking. For a start, you can prepare these meals from your kitchen and do deliveries. As your business grows, you can think of setting up a restaurant.

4. Real Estate

Real Estate is booming along the coast. Both local and foreign tourists flock the coast during holidays, and during this time, they stay in holiday homes. You can invest in building cottages along the beach to rent out to holidaymakers.There is something special with beach properties along the coast.

Their demand increases each year, making them highly lucrative to those who invest in property along the coast. However, investing in property is capital intensive. Alternatively, you can choose to rent out your house during holidays at fair prices.

Content created and supplied by: Jepkoech (via Opera News )

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