About Tourism Fund

Tourism Fund (TF) is a State Corporation established under the Tourism Act, 2011 which came into operation on 1st September, 2012 vide special issue Kenya Gazette Supplement No. 93 of 24th August, 2012 whose mandate is to Mobilize resources to finance the development of tourism industry in Kenya.


2 Percent Tourism Levy

Tourism is hugely important to the Kenyan economy, and quality infrastructure and facilities help to ensure Kenyans can continue to enjoy their own spaces — whether they are at home or visiting other parts of the country. The 2% Toursm Levy supports tourism growth. The fund aims to protect and enhance Kenyan Tourism both domestically and internationally.



Welcome to the Tender section of the Tourism Fund website. The section provides easy-to-use access to all publicly available bidding opportunities within Tourism Fund, this enables the Tenderers to download the Tender documents.


eLevy Portal

As 2% tourism Levy collection agency on behalf of the Kenyan government, our role is to effectively manage and shape the levy systems that support and fund tourism services for all Kenyans…

2% Levy portal

Levy Knowledge Base

This section that provides answers to a number of common 2% Tourism Levy Questions. It also provides answers for general questions, such as determining your filing status..e.t.c


Tourism Fund Mandates

Kenya Tourism Board

Kenya Tourism Board (KTB) is mandated to develop, implement and co-ordinate a National Tourism marketing strategy as well as market Kenya at Local, National, Regional and international levels as a premier tourist destination among others…

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Kenya Utalii College

Kenya Utalii College (KUC) is Africa’s leading Hospitality and Tourism training institution. Established under the Hotels and Restaurants Act, (Cap. 494, Laws of Kenya) which has since been replaced by the Tourism Act, 2011

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Ronald Ngala Utalii College

Tourism Fund is constructing a complex in Kilifi called the Ronald Ngala Utalii College. This is the second training centre for the hospitality industry.



Fraud Alert

Beware of certain persons, purpoting to be staff of Tourism Fund, falsely stating that they can coerce, influence, decide or affect outcomes of Procurement processes, Jobs, Penalty waivers ETC. These scams, which may seek to obtain money and / or in many cases personal details from the recipients of such correspondence, are fraudulent.
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